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ambiguous (a)
unclear
ambigere
"what the heck?"
obscure (a)
not easily understood
obscurus
"what the heck?"
equivocal (a)
deliberately misleading
equi
vocare
"what the heck?"
convoluted (a)
hard to follow
con
volvere
"what the heck?"
cryptic (a)
mysterious
crypto
"what the heck?"
unfathomable (a)
impossible to comprehend
un
fathom
"what the heck?"
nebulous (a)
vague
nebula
"what the heck?"
enigma (n)
a mystery
oenigma
"what the heck?"
esoteric (a)
difficult to understand
esoterikos
"what the heck?"
ramble (v)
wander aimlessly
"what the heck?"
desultory (a)
aimless
desultorious
"what the heck?"
digress (v)
go off topic
dis
gradi
"what the heck?"
profound (a)
insightful
pro
fundus
"what the heck?"
candor (n)
straightforwardness
candere
"true or false"
affect (v)
behanve unnaturally
"true or false"
veracity (n)
truthfulness
verax
"true or false"
debunk (v)
to expose somethign as fraudulent
"true or false"
apocryphal (a)
of doubtful authenticity
apo
kryptein
"true or false"
forthright (a)
straightforward
"true or false"
disingenuous (a)
insincere
dis
genuinus
"true or false"
candid (a)
straightforward
candere
"true or false"
dubious (a)
doubtful
dubium
"true or false"
prevaaaaaaicte (v)
to lie
pre
varicare
"true or false"
verisimilitude (n)
appearing to be true
verax similis
"true or false"
outspoken (a)
honest and unsparing speach
"true or false"
fraudulent (a)
deceitful
fraus
"true or false"
facade
false front
faccia
"true or false"
mirth (n)
laughter
"arts and entertainment"
aesthetic (a)
relating to beauty
aisthetikos
"arts and entertainment"
satire (n)
mockery
satira
"arts and entertainment"
curator (n)
the individual in charge of a museum
curare
"arts and entertainment"
witticism (n)
clever or funny remark
"arts and entertainment"
jocular (a)
done in a joking way
jocus
"arts and entertainment"
malapropism (n)
outrageous misuse of a word
"arts and entertainment"
levity (n)
lack of seriousness
levis
"arts and entertainment"
bard (n)
a skilled poet
"arts and entertainment"
parody (n)
a spoof
para
ode
"arts and entertainment"
epic (n)
lenthly poem (celebrating a hero)
epos
"arts and entertainment"
aesthete (n)
a person interested in the persuit of beauty
aisthetikos
"arts and entertainment"
dilettante (n)
one who dabbles in art
dilettarte
"arts and entertainment"
lampoon (v)
to make fun of
"arts and entertainment"
chastise (v)
to punish or criticize
castus
"you're in trouble"
reprove (v)
to scole
re
probus
"you're in trouble"
reprehensible (a)
worthy of blame
"you're in trouble"
culpable (a)
deserving blame
culpa
"you're in trouble"
indict (v)
accuse
dictare
"you're in trouble"
reproach (v)
to blame
"you're in trouble"
rebuke (v)
to scold
re
buke
"you're in trouble"
castigate (v)
to punish severely
"you're in trouble"
impeach (v)
to accuse of wrongdoing
im
pedica
"you're in trouble"
irreproachable (a)
beyond blame
"you're in trouble"
berate (v)
punish severelky
be
rate
"you're in trouble"
culprint (n)
one guilty of a crime
culpa
"you're in trouble"
acquit (v)
to clear of a charge
a
quite
"you're in trouble"
repriand (v)
scold
reprimare
"you're in trouble"
diligence (n)
dedication
diligentia
"working hard"
scrupulous (a)
careful
scruples
"working hard"
meticulous (a)
attentive to detail
metus
"working hard"
indefatigable (a)
untiring
in
fatigare
"working hard"
spartan (a)
full of self-discipline
sparta
"working hard"
painstaking (a)
meticulous
"working hard"
assiduous (a)
hard working
sedere
"working hard"
prolific (a)
extremely productive
pro
facere
"working hard"
integrity (n)
virtue
integer
"working hard"
enterprising (a)
full of imagination
entreprendre
"working hard"
entrepruneur (n)
sell-made businessman
entreprendre
"working hard"
industrious (a)
hard working
"working hard"
resolute (a)
determined
"working hard"
comform (v)
to do what is expected
com
formare
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
0rthodoxy (n)
strice adherence to tradition
orthos
doxa
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
iconoclast (n)
one who challenges tradition
eikon
klan
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
heresy (n)
opinion or action that violates tradition
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
insurgent (a)
rebellious
in
surgere
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
convention (n)
practice that comport with the norms of society
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
insubordination (n)
refusal to submit to authority
in
sub
ordinare
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
renegade (n)
an outlaw
negare
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
insurrection (n)
an uprising
in
surgere
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
dissident (n)
one who strongly oposes accepted opinions
dis
sudere
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
mutiny (n)
a rebellion
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
servile (a)
overly submissive
servus
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
heretic (n)
one who dissents
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
apostasy (n)
abandonment of a belief
apo
stanai
"the faithful and teh unaithful"
insolent (a)
redely disrespectful
in
solere
"how rude!"
affront (n)
an insult
afronter
"how rude!"
haughty (a)
overly proud
haut
"how rude!"
crass (A)
vulger
"how rude!"
impudent (a)
rudely bold
im
pudere
"how rude!"
boorish (a)
barbaric
boar
piggish
"how rude!"
irreverence (n)
disrespect
ir
vereri
"how rude!"
flippant (a)
disrespectfully jocular
"how rude!"
brazen (a)
bold and insolent
"how rude!"
truculent (a)
cruel and agressive
trux
"how rude!"
effrontery (n)
boldness
"how rude!"
impertinent (a)
imappropriately bold
im
perinere
"how rude!"
glacial (a)
having a cold personality
glacier
"how rude!"
rebuff (v)
to refuse in an adrupt or rude manner
"how rude!"