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acute
with a sharp point;keen and alert:sharp and severe;rising quickly to s high point and lasting for a short time
S:clever
A:dull,mild,stupiud
bluster
to act or talk noisy and threating way; to blow stormy gusts; a speech that is loud and threating
S:brag
A:bravado
bungle
to act or work clumsily and awkardly;to ruin something through clumsyiess
S:blunder,botch,mess up
commentary
a series of notes clarifying or explaining something; an expression of opinion
S:remark,description,review,anylais
facet
one aspect or side of a subject or problem; one of the cut surfaces of a gem
S;elment,factor
fidelity
the state of being faithful;accuracy in details,exactness
S:loyalty,faithfulness
A:disloyalty,inexactness
fray
a brawl, a noisy quarrel;to wear away by rubbing;make ragged or worn;to strain, irritate
S:unravel
headstrong
willful,stubborn
S:unruly
A:obedient
ravenous
greedy;very hungry eager for satisfaction
S:starved,wolfish
A:well-fed,satisfed
refute
to prove incorrect
S:disaprove
A:prove,supprt
remorse
deep and painful regret for one's past misdeeds;pangs of conscience
S:gulit
A:gulitiness
setback
something that interfers with prgress; a disappointment,unexpected loss or defeat;a steplike recession in a wall
S:failure
A:progress
smug
overly self-satifisfied,self-righteus

synopsis
a breif statement giving a general view o some subject,book,etc.; a summary
S:outline
tarry
to delay leaving;linger, wait; to remain or stay for a while
S:dawldle
A:rush