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exault
to glorify
exult
to celebrate
debunk
to prove wrong
archaic
ancient;outdated
assuage
to soothe; relieve
avarice
greed; axcessive desire for riches
imminent
just about to happen
squander
to waste
lethargy
sluggishness; laziness
recondite
hard to understand
predator
one that preys or destroys
soalesce
to fuse or unite
assiduois
hardworking, busy
eccentric
unconventional; a little kooky
prenurious
stingy, relating to great poverty
indulgent
lenient; yeilding to desire
insuperable
incapable of being overcome or solved
extraneous
irrelecant; unnecessary
incanation
a chant
recondite
standing out; obvious
lucid
easy to understand
enigma
a mystery
diverse
different; various
maudlin
wallowing in self pitty
desiccate
to dry out
farcical
absurd; ludicrous
vibrant
lively; full of variety
virulent
extremely poisonous; full of hate
contrite
admitting or feeling guilt
incessant
unceasing
labyrinth
a maze or something similar
loquacious
talking a lot or too much
repudiate
wallowing in self pitty
superficial
realating to the surface; shallow
primordial
formed long ago; primitive
prevaricate
to deviate from the truth
mellifluous
sweetly flowing
provinvial
limited in outlook; narrow
contemptuous
expressing in disdain; showing a lack of respect
imperceptible
difficult to perceive by the senses; barely noticeable
laud
to praise; to applaud
induce
to cause to happen
abridge
to shorten or condense
bucholic
charmingly rural
belabor
to go over repeatedly or to an absurd extent
anarchy
lawlessness; an absence of government or control
gullible
easily decived
discrete
unconnected; separate; distinct
discreet
sneaky, unnoticeable
strident
shrill; high piched