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Inexorable
Not capable of being influenced; relentless
Parochial
Resricted to a narrow scope or outlook; narrow-minded
satrical
attacking human vice or foolishness through irony or wit
enervate
to weaken; rob of strength or energy
irrifutable
impossible to disprove
pipue
a feeling of resentment or anger becuase of wounded pride
buoyont
able to float or rise
partisan
strongly supporting a specific party, cause, or person
marred
made less perfect though injury or damage
incorrigible
uncontrollable; unmanagable; not capable of bieng corrected or reformed
capitulate
to give in
reverent
feling or expressing respect or awe
prestigious
having and honored name or reputation; having prestige
stupor
a state of mental numbness; a daze
sycophant
a person who trys to win favor through flattery
zany
widly silly or comical
urbane
smooth in manner; elegant; polished; suave
premonition
a feeling that something bad is going to happen
egregious
highly noticeable in a negative way; conspicuoulsy bad
cajole
to pursue with flattory to sweet talk
composure
calmness of mind; self possession
formidable
very chalanging; demanding
abrration
an oddity
extol
to praise highly; exalt
elusive
tending to escape; hard to catch a hold of or identify
trepidation
alarm or dread
virulent
very injurious; lethal; deadly
precocious
showing unusually early maturity or ability
inscrutable
difficult to interperat or understand; puzzling
congenital
existing from birth
debilitate
to deprive srength or energy of
clairvoyant
having the supposed power to see things not precived by the normal senses
officous
offering unwantedadvice; meddlesome
preclude
to make impossible or to prevent
contigous
sharing an edge or a boundary
obliterrate
to destroy or erase completaly
spurn
to reject or refuse with scorn
taciturn
habitually nontalkitiv; uncommunicative
stealthy
moving or acting in a cautious, depictive way
accomidate
to provvide with something needed; make or have room for
defame
to damage the good name or reputation
grueling
physically or mentally exhausting
indoctrinate
to teach the principles of a specific point of view
submissive
giving into the authority of others; obedient
sullen
quietly resentful; bitter
thwart
to oppose directly; to fustrate or defeat
discordant
lacking agreement; lacking harmony
indict
to charge with an offense; blame
cordial
warm and friendly
wanton
sensless