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solace
to make cheerful
to give solace
to make cheerful
wary
marked by keen caution, cunning, and watchfulness especially in detecting and escaping danger
pliant
easily influenced
pelted
to strip off the skin of an animal
incoherent
in·co·her·ent
lacking normal clarity or intelligibility in speech or thought
provoke
to arouse to a feeling or action
annihilated
to cause to be of no effect
dissemination
to spread abroad
dereliction
an international ambandoment
retort
to torture
perverse
turned away from what is right
meek
mild
leaden
made of lead
blithely
happy light headed character or disposition
inimical
hostile/unfriendly
chary
something dear or treasured to someone
usurped
to seize or hold
immutable
not compatible to change
atypical
not typical
indigenous
innate/inborn
volubly
easily rolling
impertinent
irrelivent
classless
with out class
spinster
unmarried women
minority
the smaller group overall of the other groups
pretentious
making unjustified claims
winnowed
to remove by current of air
pious
sacred or devotional
spurious
somthing that is false
eclectic
composed of elements drawn from various sources
invidoius
tending to cause discontent
impromptu
musical composition suggestion improvision
dogmatic
characterized by or given to the expression of opinions very strongly or positively as if they were facts
clandestine
marked by, held in, or conducted with secrecy
reticent
inclined to be silent or uncommunicative in speech
sanguine
consisting of or relating to blood
dogmatism
positiveness in assertion of opinion especially when unwarranted or arrogant
autonomous
of, relating to, or marked by autonomy
intransigence
the quality or state of being intransigent
ambiguous
doubtful or uncertain especially from obscurity or indistinctness
idyllic
pleasing or picturesque in natural simplicity