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animosity
Bitter hostility or open enmity; active hatred.
A hostile feeling or act. See Synonyms at enmity
apathy
Lack of interest or concern, especially regarding matters of general importance or appeal; indifference.
Lack of emotion or feeling; impassiveness.
apprehensive
Anxious or fearful about the future; uneasy
commend
To represent as worthy, qualified, or desirable; recommend.
compatible
Capable of existing or performing in harmonious, agreeable, or congenial combination with another or others: compatible family relationships.
condolence
Sympathy with a person who has experienced pain, grief, or misfortune: paid a visit of condolence to the grieving family.
consecrate
To declare or set apart as sacred: consecrate a church.
Christianity.
To produce the ritual transformation of (the elements of the Eucharist) into the body and blood of Jesus.
To sanctify (bread and wine) for use in Communion.
To initiate (a priest) into the order of bishops.
decrepit
Weakened, worn out, impaired, or broken down by old age, illness, or hard use. See Synonyms at weak.
deride
To speak of or treat with contemptuous mirth. See Synonyms at ridicule
ingenuous
Lacking in cunning, guile, or worldliness; artless.
Openly straightforward or frank; candid. See Synonyms at naive.
Obsolete. Ingenious.
obsolete
No longer in use: an obsolete word.
Outmoded in design, style, or construction: an obsolete locomotive.
Biology. Vestigial or imperfectly developed, especially in comparison with other individuals or related species; not clearly marked or seen; indistinct. Used of an organ or other part of an animal or plant.
omnivorous
Eating both animal and vegetable foods.
Taking in everything available, as with the mind: an omnivorous reader
parsimonious
stingy, miserly
quandary
A state of uncertainty or perplexity .. puzzled
quip
A clever, witty remark often prompted by the occasion.
A clever, often sarcastic remark; a gibe. See Synonyms at joke.
A petty distinction or objection; a quibble.
Something curious or odd.
recalcitrant
Marked by stubborn resistance to and defiance of authority or guidance. See Synonyms at unruly
reprisal
avengement, avenging, counterblow, counterstroke, paying back, requital, retaliation, retribution, vengeance
revel
To take great pleasure or delight: She reveled in her unaccustomed leisure.
To engage in uproarious festivities; make merry.
suave
Smoothly agreeable and courteous.
trek
To make a slow or arduous journey.
To journey on foot, especially to hike through mountainous areas.
South African. To travel by ox wagon.
ardent
enthusiastic
assiduous
hard-working
brash
Hasty and unthinking; impetuous.
capricious
(adj)subject to whims or passing fancies; not moving along a steady line
copious
Yielding or containing plenty; affording ample supply: a copious harvest. See Synonyms at plentiful.
deviate
To turn aside from a course or way.
To depart, as from a norm, purpose, or subject; stray. See Synonyms at swerve.

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emaciated
To make or become extremely thin, especially as a result of starvation.
exult
To rejoice greatly; be jubilant or triumphant.
Obsolete. To leap upward, especially for joy.
gnarled
Having gnarls; knotty or misshapen: gnarled branches.
Morose or peevish; crabbed.
Rugged and roughened, as from old age or work: the gnarled hands of a carpenter
indemnity
Security against damage, loss, or injury.
inkling
A slight hint or indication.
limpid
Definition: clear
Synonyms: bright, comprehensible, crystal-clear
listless
Lacking energy or disinclined to exert effort; lethargic:
omnipotent
One having unlimited power or authority: the bureaucratic omnipotents.
palatable
Acceptable to the taste; sufficiently agreeable in flavor to be eaten
poignant
deeply affecting, touching, emotionally painful; keen or sharp in taste or smell
rancor
bitterness and sarcasm
robot
automatically
spontaneous
Happening or arising without apparent external cause; self-generated