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co, con
together, with
brev
brief
cis
cut
cur
run, course
laconic
disposed to using few words
reticent
disposed to using few words
petulant
unreasonably irritable
adjudicate
to hear and judge a case
jud
judge
leg
law
jur
oath, law
scrut
to examine
prevaricate
stray from or evade the truth
jurisprudence
science or philosophy of law
adjure
to command solemnly, as under oath
inscrutable
beyond comprehension or examination
recondite
not easily understood
abstruse
difficult to understand
loquacious
very talkative
grandiloquent
speaking in a pompous manner
elocution
expressive delivery of public speech
garrulous
talkative
pontificate
to speak pompously
discursive
straying from the topic
locu, loqu
talk
circum
around
verb
word
e-, ex-
out
ben, bene, bon
good
eu
good
grat
to please, thank
vole
wish
benediction
an expression of good wishes
inimical
injurious or harmful in effect
ingratiate
to put oneself in good favor with another
euphonious
sweet sounding
mellifluous
smooth and sweet
dulcet
pleasing to the ear
immutable
unchangeable
transmute
to transform
mercurial
erratic, subject to wild changes in character
rupt
break
morph
form, shape
mut
change
meta
change, beyond
protean
capable of assuming different forms
vacillate
to change one's mind repeatedly
vac
empty
uni
one
mund
world
anima
spirit, mind
prosaic
unimaginative, ordinary
insipid
uninteresting, dull; without flavor
banal
ordinary, trivial
equanimity
the quality of being even-tempered
magnanimous
noble of heart, generous, forgiving
sanguine
cheerfully optimistic
phlegmatic
sluggish
choleric
easily angered
recalcitrant
stubbornly resistant to authority
protean
capable of assuming different forms
vacillate
to change one's mind repeatedly
vac
empty
uni
one
mund
world
anima
spirit, mind
prosaic
unimaginative, ordinary
insipid
uninteresting, dull; without flavor
banal
ordinary, trivial
equanimity
the quality of being even-tempered
magnanimous
noble of heart, generous, forgiving
sanguine
cheerfully optimistic
phlegmatic
sluggish
choleric
easily angered
recalcitrant
stubbornly resistant to authority
obsequious
full of exhibiting servile compliance
obeisant
attitude of deference
splenetic
irritable, easily angered
bilious
having a peevish disposition; ill-humored
peevish
ill-tempered
captious
marked by a disposition to find and point out trivial thoughts
carping
to find fault in a disagreeable way
caviling
to find fault unnecessarily
dolorous
marked by or expressive of sorrow or pain
lugubrious
mournful, dismal or gloomy
pusillanimous
cowardly
craven
cowardly
dastardly
cowardly and malicious
lassitude
feeling of weakness or listlessness
sanguis
blood
melan
black
choler
bile
anima
spirit, mind