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expunge
to erase; to remove completly
extol
to praise highly
facilitate
to make easy; to help bring about
fallacy
false idea; mistaken belief
fastidious
hard to please; dainty in taste
fervor
intense emotion; great warmth of feeling
fitful
spasmodic; intermittent
flagrant
outregeous; glaringly offensive
fledgling
newly developed; little known
forlorn
deserted; left alone and neglected; unhappy
formidable
hard to oversome; to be dreaded
fortuitous
happening by chance
furtive
done quickly and with sealth to avoid being noticed
galvanize
to arouse suddenly; to startle
garbled
confused; mixed up
garner
to gather and store away; to collect
garrulous
talkative
gratuidous
freely given; unnecessary; uncalled-for
guile
crafty deceit; cunning
gullible
easily deceived
hackyard
used too often; trite; commonplace
haphazard
not planned; random
esoteric
understood by only a select few
dogmatic
posistive and emphatic in asserting options
dormant
lying asleep; in a state of rest
duplucity
decietfulness
ebb
to decline
eclectic
consisting of selections from various sources
efface
to wipe out; to erase
effervescent
lively; giving off bubbles
egregious
extraordinarily bad
elucidate
to make clear
elusive
hard to grasp; baffling
embellish
to decorate; to elaborate upon
embroil
to involve in a quarrel
emulate
to try to equal or surpass
enervate
to weaken, to lessen the strength of
engender
to cause, produce, bring into being
enhance
to add to; to make greater in value
enigma
a puzzle; a baffling situation
ephemeral
lasting for only a short time
equanimity
eveness of temper
equivocate
to use double meanings on order to mislead; to be shifty; to quabble
eulogy
high praise for a deceased person
euphemism
use of an indirect expression in place of one that is harsh
evanescent
gradually disappearing; fleeting
exacerbate
to make a situation worse; to irritate
exemplary
serving as a model
expedient
useful; advantageous; based to self-interest
expedite
to make easy and quick; to speed up