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avert
to turn away or aside
diversify
to give variety to;vary
diversion
something that relaxes or entertains; recreation
inadvertent
accidental; unintentional
incontrovertible
indisputable; unquestionable
invert
to turn inside out or upside down
irreversible
incapable of being reversed
revert
to return to a former condition, practice, or belief
versatile
capable of doing maney things competently
vertigo
the sensation of dizziness and the feeling that onesself or one's environment is whirling about
flagrant
extremely or deliberately notice; glaring
flaunt
to show off in order to impress others
furtive
done quickley and with stealth
latent
present or capable of coming into existence but not evident,active or visible
ostensible
represented or appearing a certain way, but often not avtually so; seeming professed
salient
standing out and attracting atenttion; noticable
sequester
to remove or withdraw from public view
subterfuge
deception by means of a strategy or device
surreptitious
done or acting in secret sneaky
unobtrusive
not readly noticeable; incospiciouse
didactic
intended to teach or instruct
edify
to instruct in order to bring about intellectual moral
elucidate
to make clear or plain
erudite
possessing deep and extensive learning
explicit
expressed clearly and percisely; without any possibility of misunderstanding
imbue
to pervade or permeate as if with a dye or stain
indoctrinate
to instruct in the beliefs or principles of a party
instill
to introduce gradually
pedogogy
the art or profession of teaching
pedantic
marked by a concern for a minute, often unimportant and uninterestin details