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Full of strong emotion; impassioned.
Fervent
Meatloaf vents her anger in ferious yowls when another cat invades our yard.
Fitting and appropriate; relevant; pertinent
Germane
The Mark Twain quotes I like best aren't germane to my talk, so I can't use them.
Happening by chance; accdiental
Fortuitous
Demanding and exhausting; punishing , tiring
Grueling
Generous to a fault; lenient, not critial
Indulgent
Open to physical or mental damage or hurt
Vulnerable
In great abundance; bountiful; lavish; lush
Profuse
on the surface, shallow, not deep, serious, or important
Superficial
Consistent (opposed to varied); the same
Uniform
Lacking energy or enthusiasm; indifferent or languid
Listless
Going on without interruption; unceasing, continuous
Incessant
not noticable; inconspicuous, not aggressive
Unobtrusive
Proud, overbearing, snootily
Arrogant
Scorn, snooty disapproval, or dislike
Disdain
Extremely fussy and particularl meticulous
Fastidious
Openly and disdainfully proud; snooty
Haughty
To belittle or downgrade; to decry, depricate, minimize
Disparage
To disapprove mildly, with regret, hoping to avoid disapproval
Deprecate
to come down in level, unbend
Condscend
Excessively proud; disdainfully superior
Supercilious
Total lack of respect; disdain; scorn
Contempt
Showy; self-important, pompous; insisting on recognition
Pretentious
To make fun of, mock; to belittle by jeering or contemptuous talk
Scoff
Self-satisfied, smug
Complacent
To gather or collect
Garner
To spoil or damage; to injure
Mar
To listen to, pay attention to, consider; to mind
Heed
to wander casually with no set plan; to ramble
Meander
To render unimportant or without worth; to negate
Nullify
to erase completely, wiping out all traces
Obliterate
To ease, making less severe; to alleviate or relieve
Mitigate
To make dim or unclear
Obscure
to study or examine carefully
Peruse
To tear down completely, to demolish
Raze
To calm, soothe, or appease
Placate
to critize harshly or to reject someone, often by snubbing them
Rebuff