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Taciturn
Silent; untalkative
Malevolent
Wishing harm to others, having an evil or harmful influence.
Asinine
Stupid or silly
Placid
Calm or quiet; satisfied
Prophet
A person who speaks by divine inspiration
Aberrant
Deviating from proper/expected course, deviating from what is normal
Noble
Courageous, generous, honorable; majestic; high rank in social class
Ingenuous
Lacking in cunning, guile, or wordliness; straightforward or frank
Tarry
to delay or be late; to wait; to stay temporarily
Obstreperous
Noisily and stubbornly defiant; boisterous
Umbrage
Offense or resentment
Ecclesiastical
Of or relating to church
Qualm
An uneasy or disturbing feeling.
Formidable
Arousing fear, dread, alarm; inspiring awe and admiration; difficult to undertake
Myopia
Lack of long-range perspective in thinking or planning
Aquiesce
To consent or comply passively
Uncouth
Crude; awkward or clumsy
Elucidate
To make clear or plain; clarify
Mollify
To calm in temper or feeling; soothe
Tacit
Not spoken
Furtive
Characterized by stealth; shifty
Recluse
Withdrawn from the world; reclusive