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arrogance
noun, overbearing pride
ubiquitous
adjective, omnipresent
stoic
adjective or noun, (one who is) seemingly indifferent to or unaffected by joy, grief, pleasure, or pain
erratic
adjective, lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity
tactful
adjective, considerate and discreet
repudiate
verb, to reject the validity or authority of
reticent
adjective, reluctant, unwillling
strident
adjective, discordant
sullen
adjective, morose or sulky
taciturn
adjective, habitually untalkative
satiate
verb, to satisfy fully
ambiguous
adjective, doubtful or uncertain
taint
verb, corrupt, spoil
abhor
verb, to regard with horror or loathing, detest
hoard
noun: hidden fund or supply stored for future use
verb: to keep hidden or private
methodical
adjective, characterized by ordered and systematic habits or behavior
utilty
noun: quality of being useful; useful article or device
adjective: used, serving, or working in several capacities as needed
mundane
adjective, secular; ordinary
vigor
noun, physical or mental strength, energy, or force
esoteric
adjective, intended for or undertood only by a particular group