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grand and impressive, especially flashy and showy
grandoise
an overabundant amount, especially overindulgence in eating and drinking
surfeit
Violent, unbounded, unrestrained
unbridled
Occurring by accident or chance
fortuitous
To delight, to thrill or give pleasure
enrapture
Craft, cunning, deceitfulness; artfulness
guile
To assemble together for the purpose of doing somethingl also an officer int he police or military
marshal
To dry out completely. dehydrate
dessicate
suitable, especially attractive for photography
photogenic
To give up, professing, or intendingl to surrender, give in
relinquish
a beginner; a novice
tyro
a behavoral quirk; a person's idea about behavior different from others
idiosyncrasy
something connected or added to another in a subordinate position; an assistant
adjunct
former days, an era long past
yore
bottomless pit; a yawning gulf; a profound depth or void
abyss
to attempt to equal or surpass; especially through imitation
emulate
not typical, abnormal
atypical
to wheedle, coax, or persuade someone to do something they didn't want to
cajole
To be left alone, especially though the death of another
bereave
ahng around; linger
loiter
instead of; in place of
lieu
To summon forth, call to mind, awaken, produce, suggest
evoke
to disable or disfigure, to cripple
maim
to come to a conclusion by reasoning from the evidence
deduce
a dictionary,; vocabulary terms used in or of a particular profession, subject or style
lexicon
a collection of live wild animals on exhibit
menagerie
To flow or spread through; penetrate
permeate
to make larger, louder, or more powerful
amplify
to confirm formally, verify
certify
the divison of something into parts; an interior structure dividing a larger area
partition