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52 Cards in this Set

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impetuous
impulsive
jubilant
thrilled delighted
incremental
increasing in steps
inconsequential
unimportant, negligible
incontrovertible
indisputable, can't be denied
euphoric
overjoyed, excited
fervent
eager, passionate
fortuitous
accidental, fortunate coincidence
freight
cargo
gargantuan
huge, massive
gregarious
sociable, outgoing
iconoclast
one who opposes orthodoxy
abash
humiliate, embarass
allege
claim, assert
ambivalent
unsure, undecided
anomaly
irregularity, inconsistency
arbitrary
random, for no reason
assiduous
diligent, hard working, thorough, painstaking
bourgeois
middle class
buttress
support
candor
honesty
rustic
relating to the country, rural
charlatan
trickster
capricious
unpredictable, easily changing
circuitous
indirect, roundabout, having a winding or circular course
cogent
forceful, convincing
congregation
a gathering of people
discursive
talking at length about something
dupe
fool
empirical
observed, found by experiment, practical
engendered
caused, stimulated
ephemeral
temporary, short-lived
libertarian
open minded, tolerant, believer in liberty
longevity
long life, permanence
mollify
calm, soothe, pacify
mystify
confuse
ominous
threatening
ponderous
slow and heavy
predatory
greedy, voracious, harming others for personal gain
pugnacious
aggressive, belligerent
rancorous
full of bitterness, unforgiving, revengeful
recuperate
recover, get better (after illness)
repeal
revoke, cancel
salve
comfort, relieve
sedentary
not moving far
spurious
false, fake
stevedores
dock workers
touted
flaunted, publicized
adulation
admiration, adoration
anachronistic
archaic, in the wrong time, outdated
brusqueness
unfriendliness, abruptness
carping
complaining, finding fault