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affable
easy and pleasant to speack to; approchable
ascetic
a person who renouses material object and leads a life of selfdisipline
confabulate
to talk casually; chat
convivial
sociable, festive, jovial
asperity
roughness in manner or temper
listless
lacking energy or enthusiasm; lethargic
pestilence
a usually fatal epidemic disease; plague
demur
to voice opposition; object
feign
to give a false appearance of
malady
a disease, disorder, or ailment
draconian
creul and severe code of laws
slovenly
untidy in dress
procure
to get or obtain
debauchery
extreme indulgence in sensual pleasures
extemporaneous
done, spoken, or written w/o prep; impromptu
expostulate
to argue in a protesting manner
largesse
liberal giving of gifts; genorocity
redolent
having or emmitting fragerance; aromatic
fetid
habing an offensive odor; reek
perfunctory
done routinely and with little interest or care
asseverate
to declare seriously or positively; affirm
dire
have dreadful or terrible consequences
eminence
a position of high rank
ebullient
zestfully enthusiastic; boiling and agitated (water or emotion)
curt
rudely brief or abrupt, as in speech or manner
suppurate
to discharge pus
haughty
scornfully proud; supercilious
plaintive
expressing sorrow, mournfulness, or melancholy
commodious
spacious roomy
supplicate
to ask for humbly or earnestly, as by praying
desultory
haphazard; random
discursive
covering a wide field of subjects; rambling
timouous
fearfull; lack of courage
immolate
to kill or destroy by fire
vial
loathsome; discusting
lethargy
a state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy; languid; torpor
pecuniary
of or relating to money
facetious
plaful; jocular; humorous
obviate
to anticipate and dispose of effictively; to render unnecessary
inguinal
of or having to do with the groin