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Bombastic
given to pompous speech or writing
Ebullience
Intense enthusiasm
Exorbitant
Exceeding all bounds, as of custom or fairness
Flagrant
Extremely or deliberately shocking or noticeable
Gratuitous
Given freely; unearned; Unnexessary
Lugubrious
Mournful, dismal or gloomy expecially eaggerated
Opulent
Displaying great wealth
Ornate
Elaborately decorated
Penchant
A strong inclination or liking
206.4
what does organizational structure and change stem from
the level of decision making and magnitude of rules and regulations?
Vicarious
Felt or undergone as if one were taking in the experience or feeling of another
Amalgam
A combination of diverse elements; a mixture
Inundate
To overwhelm as if with a flood; to swamp
Multifarious
Diverse; Various
Multiplicity
State of being various or manifold a great number
Alleviate
To ease pain or burden
Cathartic
Relaxing after an emotional outburst
Curative
able to heal or cure
Palliative
Relieving or soothing the symptoms of disease or disorder without effecting a cure
Epitome
A representative or example of a type
Felicitous
Admirably suited
Belie
To misrepresent
Debunk
To expose untruths, shams or exaggerated claims
Dubious
Doubtful; of unlikely authenticity
Duplicitous
Deliberately deceptive
Fabricate
To make up in order to deceive
Fallacy
A false notion
Mendacious
Lying; untruthful
Specious
Having the ring of truth plausibility but actually false
Ambiguous
Open to more than one interpretation
Ambivalent
Simultaneously feeling opposing feelings; uncertain
Capricious
Impulsive and Unpredictable
Equivocal
open to two or more interpretations and often intended to mislead
Erratic
Markedly inconsistent
Impetuous
Suddenly and forcefully energetic or emotional; impulsive and pasionate
Impetus
an impelling force or stimulus
Vacillate
To sway from one side to the other
Whimsical
Unpredictable
Flag
To decline in vigor or strength to tire to droop
Jaded
Worn out