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lighthearted
cheerful, free from care
outraged
angered or hurt deeply by words or actions
compassionate
full of sympathy
detached
aloof; kept apart or at a distance
imperious
ruling or ordering around in a harsh or bullying way
bombastic
using talk or writing that sounds grand and important, but has little meaning
reminiscent
show or having a tendency to remember the past or causing one to think of something else
disdainful
feeling scorn, as though something was beneath one's dignity
incisive
sharp, clear, keen
facetious
joking or trying to be funny, especially at the wrong time
exuberant
lively, full of good humor
inflammatory
likely to stir up anger or trouble
irreverent
not showing respect for things that deserve respect
restrained
kept under control, held back
whimsical
different in an odd or fanciful way
clinical
unemotional, cool and detached
sardonic
saracastic, mocking intending to hurt
jovial
friendly, cheerful, jolly
effusive
overflowing with words or feelings, gushing
sentimental
having or showing tender, gentle feelings, sometimes in a weak or foolish way
impartial
not favoring one side more than another
smug
self-satisfied and so pleased with oneself as to be annoying
fatuous
stupid or foolish in a smug way
diffident
unsure of oneself, shy
insolent
rude - not showing proper respect
erudite
scholarly, learned
obsequious
much to willing to serve or obey; servile, fawning
candid
saying what one honestly thinks; frank, honest
didactic
too willing to teach others; used for or meant to teach a lesson