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Capricious
incalculable
you can't really calculate the capoeira steps
censorious
severely critical
censored on tv is really bad to watch
censure
blame
sounds like sensei and they always blame someone when they're doing something wrong poopoo
clemency
mildness
the song clementine can be described as ___
coericion
use of force to get someone's compliance
poopoo
complacent
SELF-SATISFIED
everything has a place
compliance
conformity in fulfilling requirements
appliances have to blank blank
composure
mental calmness
predilection
preference
presumptuous
too confident
dissent
disagree
dissonance
discord
distend
expand
divergent
moving in different directions from a common point
document
to provide writing evidence
dogmatic
dispute
dubious
doubtful; questionable
duplicity
dishonesty
rebuttal
reply to a criticism or challenge
recluse
a person who lives in seclusion
me.
furtive
sneaky
garbled
mixed up
like garbage
glutton
one who has a big appetite for food
glop glop glop
gravity
seriousness
gregarious
sociable
guile
deception; trickery
gullible
easily cheated
hackneyed
commonplace
sagacious
shrewed ;keen
sanction
to give permission
integrity
honesty
interminable
endless
intermittent
periodic; on and off
intractable
unruly
invert
to turn upside down or inside out
irascible
irritable
ironic
resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner
irresolute
weak
steadfast
loyal
stoic
unfeeling; indifferent to pleasure or pain; impassive; unemotional
poignancy
quality of being deeply moving
ponderous
weighty
potent
powerful; persuasive
pragmatic
practical
precarious
unstable
preclude
make impossible ; eliminate
precocious
advanced ahead of one's years
predecessor
person who precedes another in an office or a position
trite
overused
trivial
so minor as to be unimportant