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alacrity
cheerfull, willingness, readiness, liveliness.
aversion
strong dislike, repungance, antipathy
involentary
not done of ones own free will
loath
unwilling, averse, disinclined, reluctant
loathe
have an intense aversion to, detest
volition
will
acclivity
upward slope
acme
highest point
apogee
furthest point from the earth in the orbit of a heavenly body, highest point
consummate
perfect, superb, carried to the highest degree
eminence
high rank
eminent
standing out, famous, notable
ethereal
if the heavans, celestrial, airy, delicate
exalt
lit up with joy, pride
precipice
very steep, over hanging place, cliff
precipitous
steep as a precipice, hasty, rash
preeminent
standing out above others, superior
sublimate
redirect the negative energy of a person into higher channels
sublime
elevated, noble, exalted, uplifting
zenith
highest point, culmination
abject
deserving comtemp, sunk to a low condition, wretched
abysmal
deep, profound, immeasurably deep
abyss
bottomless, immeasurably deep place
chasm
deep breach, wide gap or rift
dregs
most worhtless part, sediment to the bottom of a liquid
earthy
coarse, low
humble
of low position or condition, not proud
humiliate
lower the pride, dignity, or position of one
hulility
freedom of pride, humbleness, lowness
menial
low, mean, subservient, servile
nadir
lowest point
profound
very deep, deeply felt
ravine
dee, narrow gorge worn by running water
filial
of or like son or daughter
fraternal
of or like brother
gentility
good manners, gentry, upper class
kith and kin
friends and relatives, kindered
nepotism
farvoritism to relatives by those of power
progentior
fore father
progeny
offspring, children, descendants
aroma
pleasent odor, bouquet
fusty
stale smelling, musty, moldy, old-fashioned
noisome
offensive to smell, disgusting, harmful, noxious
oldfactory
pertaining to the sense of smell
pungent
sharp smell or taste
putrid
stinking from decay, extremely bad, corrupt
rancid
unpleasent to smell or taste for being spoiled
rank
having a strong, bad odor or taste, offensively coarse or gross