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Jeer
To make fun of
Jest
to joke (court jester)
Parody
a humorous imitation
Recreation
something done for fun; a hobby or game
Skit
a short comic scene
Abdicate
to give up power
Accord
to be in agreement
Allege
to declare that something is true withour proof
Assess
to evaluate or determine the worth of
Condone
to forgive or disregard an offense
Conventional
traditional, ordinary
Counsel
to advise
Debunk
to prove false
Decree
an order or a command
Inquiry
to request for information
Ratify
to approve, usually a law
Sustain
to support
Ambiguous
not clear
Amorphous
without shape
Itinerant
nomadic, constantly moving
Kinetic
moving
Obscure
hidden ot dark
Hard to see
Remote
far away, distant
Writhe
to twist
Akin
related to or alike
Amiable
friendly, good-natured
Congenial
agreeable
Equivalent
equal
Extol
to praise
Placate
to quiet down, appease
Animosity
hostility
Debilitating
weakening, harmful
Deficient
lacking an essential part
Insolent
disrespectful
Irate
enraged
Notorious
known widely and unfavorably
Profane
to abuse or put to ill use
Recalcitrant
disobedient, stubborn
Warlock
a male witch
Abyss
a deep narrow pit
Barrage
a flood
Brig
the prison of a ship
Hovel
a shack
Indictment
the situation of having been charged with a crime
Quiver
a portable container for arrows
Plight
a bad situation
a predicament
Rue
to regret
benign
harmless
Exquisite
beautifully made or designed
Immaculate
perfectly clean
Robust
healthy
Clarity
clearness
Deft
skillful
meticulous
careful, paying attention to detail
pious
deeply religious
Illuminate
to light up, or make clear
Imply
to express indirectly
Lament
to express grief for, mourn
Reminiscence
a memory, the act of recalling the past
dormant
temporarily inactive, asleep
eradicate
to erase or get rid of
excavate
to dig up
Fundemental
an essential part, basic
innate
possessed at birth, not learned
merge
to blend together
adept
very skilled
facet
an aspect of something
ingenuity
innovation, creativity
inscribe
to write or etch words on or into a surface
novice
a beginner
procure
to obtain
tenacious
holding firmly, especially to a belief, stubborn
toil
hard work, or to work hard
vend
to sell
vigor
strength, energy
wane
to decrease in size or strength
admiring
regarding with approval or respect
ambivalent
having opposing or mixed feelings (such as love and hate)
analytical
intending to understand the nature of something
biased
favoring one side or opinion over another
brash
bold
cautious
careful
dubious
doubtful
ironic
the use of words to express an unintended or contradictory meaning
jubilant
overly joyful
objective
not influenced by personal opnion, just the facts
sarcastic
the use of witty language used to insult or show displeasure
skeptical
doubtful
somber
serious, dark, or gloomy
subjective
influenced by personal opinion, biased
temperament
your usual mood or behavior
pedestrian
ordinary, dull
uniform
all the same, common
sage
wise
flag
to decrease or diminish
refrain
to hold back, abstain, or restrain