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adversary
opponent; enemy
enemy VERSES enemy
arduous
laborious; difficult to do; strenuous
brevity
briefness; shortness; terseness
coercion
the act of forcing to act in a certain way
copious
plentiful; abundant
the COPs had an abundant amount of IOUS to handle
deprecate
to express disapproval of
duplicity
tricky or dishonest dealing
you DUPLICATE money with dishonest dealing
enmity
deep-seated, often mutual hatred
you have mutual hatred with an ENEMY
expedite
to speed up or make easy
glib
done with a natural, offhand ease
heresy
controversial or unorthodox opinion or doctrine
incredulous
disbelieving or skeptical
is too INCREDIBLE to be true
indict
to charge with having committed a crime
insipid
without flavor; unexciting; dull
loquacious
very talkative
misanthrope
one who hates or distrusts all people
obliterate
to do away with completely
"O"BOLISH
pariah
social outcast
pejorative
tending to make or become worse
PEas made JORdan's situation worse
presumptuous
overstepping proper bounds; too bold or forward
PRESUME too quickly
repeal
to revoke, cancel, or annul
scrupulous
conscientious and exact; principled
superfluous
being more than is needed or wanted
terse
brief and to the point
vindicate
to clear from blame, accusation, or suspicion