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austere
strict; severe in appearance or manner; plain
correlate
n. established in orderly connection
v. to show a casual relationship between
bestow
v. to confer or present as a gift or an honor; to apply or dedicate for a purpose
furtive
adj. stealthy; secretive
mercenary
n. one that serves merely for wages; a paid soldier who will fight for any country for money
adj. serving merely for pay or sordid advantage
permeate
v. to pass throug openings or poses; to spread throughout
populace
n. the masses; the common people; a population
accost
v. to approach and speak to, often in a challenging or aggressive way
rapacious
adj. given to seizing for plunder or the satisfaction of greed; inordinately greedy; predatory; extortionate
recalcitrant
adj. stubbornly disobedient; difficult to deal with
appraisal
n. an expert valuation; an estimate of quality or quanity
proletarian
adj. of or beloning to the working class
n. a person belonging to the working class
undermine
v. to dig from beneath; to wear away and weaken the supports of; to weaken or injure, especaially by guileful means
exhaustive
adj. leaving out nothing; comprehensive
elation
n. high spirits; a feeling of exaltation due to relief or triumph
apprise
v. to notify; to give notice to
camaraderie
n. the spirit of goodwill, loyalty, and understanding among friends; good fellowship
enormity
n. outrageousness; vastness
recrimination
n. the act of making an accusaton in return; a counteraccuation
pernicious
adj. very harmful; highly injurious; causing moral harm
austere
strict; severe in appearance or manner; plain
correlate
n. established in orderly connection
v. to show a casual relationship between
bestow
v. to confer or present as a gift or an honor; to apply or dedicate for a purpose
furtive
adj. stealthy; secretive
mercenary
n. one that serves merely for wages; a paid soldier who will fight for any country for money
adj. serving merely for pay or sordid advantage
permeate
v. to pass throug openings or poses; to spread throughout
populace
n. the masses; the common people; a population
accost
v. to approach and speak to, often in a challenging or aggressive way
rapacious
adj. given to seizing for plunder or the satisfaction of greed; inordinately greedy; predatory; extortionate
recalcitrant
adj. stubbornly disobedient; difficult to deal with
appraisal
n. an expert valuation; an estimate of quality or quanity
proletarian
adj. of or beloning to the working class
n. a person belonging to the working class
undermine
v. to dig from beneath; to wear away and weaken the supports of; to weaken or injure, especaially by guileful means
exhaustive
adj. leaving out nothing; comprehensive
elation
n. high spirits; a feeling of exaltation due to relief or triumph