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(adj.) cooly and disdainfully proud
supercilious
(noun) the quality or state of being automatic; [larely or holly involuntary]
automatism
(adj.) futher, future
ulterior
(adj.) not capable of being appeased. significantly changed, or mitigated
implacable
(noun) a model of excellence or perfection
paragon
(noun) the quality or state of being vivacious [lively in temper, conduct, or spirit].
vivacity
(noun) a trace, mark , or visible sign left by something vanished or lost
vestige
(noun) the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies
archetype
(noun) one designated as the agent of another representative
emissary
(adj.) causing little or no pain
indolent
(adj.) generally used, applied, or accpeted
vulgar
(noun) disorderly agitation or milling about of a crowd usually with uproar and confusion of voices: commotion
tumult
(adj.) habitually complaining
querolous
(noun) misleading image presented to the vision
illusion
(adj.) ready to take place
iminent
(verb) to make young or youthful again
rejuvenated