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Alias
(n.)
a false name used to conceal one's identity
Pseudonym
(n.)
a fictitious name used by an author to conceal his or her identity; pen name
Sedition
(n.)
incitement of discontent or rebellion against a government
Refute
(v.)
disprove
Litigate
(v.)
to make the subject of a lawsuit
Moratorium
(n.)
a suspension of activity
Validate
(v.)
to prove true
Incontrovertible
(adj.)
not open to question or dispute
Unflappable
(adj.)
not easily upset
Unwarranted
(adj.)
not justifiable
Unscathed
(adj.)
not harmed
Unprecedented
(adj.)
without previous instance; never before known or experienced; unexampled or unparalleled
Unassuming
(adj.)
modest
Untenable
(adj.)
cannot be defended
Acrid
(adj.)
sharp or biting to the taste or smell
Acute
(adj.)
sharp or severe in effect, intense
Exacerbate
(v.)
to increase the severity, bitterness or violence of
Acumen
(adj.)
keen insight, shrewdness
Acuity
(n.)
sharpness, acuteness, keenness
Ameliorate
(v.)
to free from blame
Amalgam
(n.)
a combination
Dwindle
(v.)
to become smaller and smaller
Debilitate
(v.)
to make weak or feeble
Desseminate
(v.)
to scatter