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austere
without decoration; strict
dullness
mediocrity
the state or quality of being average; of moderate to low quality
dullness
mundane
commonplace; ordinary
dullness
ponderous
extremely dull
dullness
prosaic
unimaginative; dull
dullness
sedentary
not migratory; settled
dullness
apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
anxiety
harbinger
something that indicates what is to come; a forerunner
anxiety
ominous
menacing; threatening
anxiety
premonition
a feeling about the future
anxiety
timorous
timid; fearful about the future
anxiety
trepidation
uncertainty: apprehension
anxiety
innovative
introducing something new
new things
naive
lacking sophistication
new things
nascent
coming into existence; emerging
new things
novel
strikingly new or unusual
new things
novice
a beginner
new things
candor
sincerity; openness
openness
frank
open and sincere in expression; straightforward
openness
arid
describing a dry, rainless climate
natural phenomena
conflagration
a widespread fire
natural phenomena
nocturnal
of or occuring in the night
natural phenomena
sonorous
producing a deep or full sound
natural phenomena
catalog

(verb)
to make an itemized list of
respect
exemplary
commendable; worthy of immitation
respect
facile
done or achieved with little effort
respect
fastidious
possesing careful attention to detail; difficult to please
respect
hierarchy
a group organized by rank
respect
idealize
to consider perfect
respect
laudatory
giving praise
respect
paramount
of chief concern or importance
respect
venerated
highly respected
respect
meticulous
extremely careful and precise
respect
pragmatic
practical
respect
solvent
able to pay one's debts
respect
abstract
not applied to actual objects
ideas
apparatus
equipment; a group of machines
ideas
paradigm
an example or model
ideas
phenomenon
an unusual, observable event
ideas
rational
logical; motivated by reason rather than feeling
ideas
theoretical
lacking application or practical aplication
ideas
cartographer
one who designs or makes maps
work
vocation
an occupation or profession
work