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CONCOCT
COOK,
CONCOCT
COOK, MAKE UP
DEGRADATION
POVERTY, LOOK DOWN
CULPRIT
THE GUILTY PARTY
OMNIPOTENT
ALL-POWERFUL
MEEK
SHY
DEMEANING
HUMILIATING
INTERCEDE
ACT AS A MEDIATOR, GET INVOLVED
DEVOID
EMPTY
SOMBER
Dark; gloomy.
Dull or dark in color.
Melancholy; dismal: a somber mood.
Serious; grave.
TREASON
Violation of allegiance toward one's country or sovereign, especially the betrayal of one's country by waging war against it or by consciously and purposely acting to aid its enemies.
A betrayal of trust or confidence.
STABLE
A building for the shelter and feeding of domestic animals, especially horses and cattle.
A group of animals lodged in such a building.
DETEST
HATE
COMPLIANT
Disposed or willing to comply; submissive.
OBSTINATE
Stubbornly adhering to an attitude, opinion, or course of action; obdurate.
Difficult to manage, control, or subdue; refractory.
Difficult to alleviate or cure: an obstinate headache.
OBLIVIOUS
FORGETFUL
MISER
GREEDY
SERVILE
adj. - 奴隷の, 奴隷根性の, 主体性のない, 卑しい
CONTENTIOUS
Given to contention; quarrelsome. See synonyms at argumentative, belligerent.
Involving or likely to cause contention; controversial
MENDACIOUS
Lying; untruthful: a mendacious child.
False; untrue: a mendacious statement. See synonyms at dishonest.
IMPECUNIOUS
LACKING MONEY
ACERBITY
Sourness or acidness of taste, character, or tone.
POMPOUS
Characterized by excessive self-esteem or exaggerated dignity; pretentious: pompous officials who enjoy giving orders.
ALACRITY
Cheerful willingness; eagerness.
Speed or quickness; celerity.
SANGUINE
Of the color of blood; red.
Of a healthy reddish color; ruddy: a sanguine complexion.
Archaic.
Having blood as the dominant humor in terms of medieval physiology.
Having the temperament and ruddy complexion formerly thought to be characteristic of a person dominated by this humor; passionate.
Cheerfully confident; optimistic.
EFFICACY
Power or capacity to produce a desired effect; effectiveness.
UPROAR
A condition of noisy excitement and confusion; tumult: “The uproar of the street sounded violently and hideously cacophonous” (Virginia Woolf). See synonyms at noise.
A heated controversy.
PERTINENT
Having logical precise relevance to the matter at hand
synonyms at relevant.
EXERT
To put to use or effect; put forth: exerted all my strength to move the box.
INNATE
Possessed at birth; inborn.
Possessed as an essential characteristic; inherent.
Of or produced by the mind rather than learned through experience: an innate knowledge of right and wrong.
PRECISION
exactness