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venerate
VERB to regard with reverence look up to with great respect
antics
NOUN ridiculous or unpredictable behavior or actions
plural
veer
VERB to change direction or course turn aside shift
glut
VERB to provide more than is needed or wanted; to feed or fill to the point of over stuffing NOUN an over supply
wanton
ADJ reckless heartless unjustifiable loose in morals NOUN a spoiled pampered person one with low morals
banter
VERB to exchange playful remarks; tease
ablique
ADJ slanting or sloping not straightforward or direct
incognito
ADJ ADV in a disguised state under an assumed name NOUN the state of being disguised or a person in disguise
minimize
VERB to make as small as possible make the least of to make smaller than before
avowed
ADJ declared openly without shame acknowledged
congested
ADJ overcrowded filled or occupied to excess
durable
ADJ sturdy not easily worn out or destroyed lasting a long time NOUN consumer goods used repeadtly over a series of years
enterprising
ADJ energetic willing and able to start someting new showing boldness and imagination
frugal
ADJ economical avoiding waste and luxury scantly poor meager
gingerly
ADJ ADV with extreme caution or care
detriment
NOUN harm or loss; injury damage a dis advantage a cause of harm injury ;loss or damage
invalidate
VERB to make valueless take away all force or effect
legendary
ADJ described in well known stories existing in old stories (legends) rather than in real life
maim
VERB to cripple disable
bountiful
ADJ giving freely generous plentiful given abundantly