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Not capable of being influenced; relentless
inexorable
Restricted to a narrow scope or outlook; narrow-minded
parochial
Attacking human vice or foolishness through irony or wit
satirical
To weaken; rob of strength or energy
enervate
Impossible to disprove
irrefutable
A feeling of resentment or anger because of wounded pride
pique
Able to float or rise
buoyant
Strongly supporting a specific party, cause, or person
partisan
Made less perfect through injury or damage
marred
Uncontrollable; unmanageable; not capable of being corrected or reformed
incorrigible
To give in
capitulate
Feeling or expressing respect or awe
reverent
Having an honored name or reputation; having prestige
prestigious
A state of mental numbness; a daze
stupor
A person who tries to win favor through flattery
sycophant
Wildly silly or comical
zany
Smooth in manner; elegant; polished; suave
urbane
A feeling that something bad is going to happen
premonition
Highly noticeable in a negative way; conspicuously bad
egregious
To persuade with flattery; to sweet-talk
cajole
Calmness of mind or manner; self-possession
composure
Very challenging; demanding
formidable
An oddity
aberration
To praise highly; exalt
extol
Tending to escape; hard to catch hold of or identify
elusive
Alarm or dread
trepidation
Very injurious; lethal; deadly
virulent
Showing unusually early maturity or ability
precocious
Difficult to interpret or understand; puzzling
inscrutable
Existing from birth
congenital
To deprive of strength or energy
debilitate
Having the supposed power to see things not perceived by the normal senses
clairvoyant
Offering unwanted advice; meddlesome
officious
To make impossible; prevent
preclude
Sharing an edge or a boundary
contiguous
To destroy or erase completely
obliterate
To reject or refuse with scorn
spurn
Habitually nontalkative; uncommunicative
taciturn
Moving or acting in a cautious, deceptive way
stealthy
To provide with something needed; make or have room for
accommodate
To damage the good name or reputation of
defame
Physically or mentally exhausting
grueling
To teach the principles of a specific point of view
indoctrinate
Giving in to the authority of others; obedient
submissive
Quietly resentful; bitter
sullen
To oppose directly; to frustrate or defeat
thwart
Lacking agreement; lacking harmony
discordant
To charge with an offense; blame
indict
Warm and friendly
cordial
Senseless
wanton