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simpleton
noun
-an ignorant, foolish, or silly person
feckless
adjective
-ineffective, incompetent, futile
botch
verb
-to spoil by poor work, bungle
exhilerating
adjective
-causing to feel happily refreshed and energetic
illiterate
ajective
-unable to read or write
-having or displaying little or no education
proficient
adjective
-well-advanced or competent in any art, science, or subject; skilled
filch
verb
-to steal, especially something of small value
deceitful
adjective
-intending to deceive; misleading, fraudulent
transcribe
verb
-to make a written copy (especially a type-written copy) of spoken material
parsimonious
adjective
-excessively frugal or stingy
cue
noun
-anything said or done, on or off stage, that is followed by a specific line or action
-a hint or guiding suggestion
morsel
noun
-a small piece, quantity, or amount of anything
apititude
noun
-capability, ability, innate, or acquired capacity for something; talent
conceal
verb
-to hide, withdraw, or remove from observation
falsetto
noun
-an unnaturally or artificially high-pitched voice, especially in a man