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abate
to reduce
abject
to lower in condition or status
affable
approachable
altercation
vehement quarrel
animosity
active hatred
antecedent
proceding
arrears
unfulfilled obligation
assiduous
dilligent
augur
prophet
aversion
intense dislike
cadence
balanced rythmic flow
capitulate
to surrender
caricature
comedic or grotesque representation
circuitous
being or taking a long course
clemency
disposition to show mercy especially towards enemy
commiserate
to feel pity for; to sympathize with
complacent
self satisfied
consign
to give over to the care of another; to entrust
conspicuous
obvious
corroborate
to strengthen or support with other evidence
deference
submission or yielding to the wishes of another
deign
condescending
despondent
dejected
diffidence
timidity
dissipate
to make something dissappear or scatter
efficacy
effectiveness
epoch
remarkable age of history
evanescence
dissappear like a vapor
expeditious
done with speed and efficiency
fidelity
faithfulness to obligations
furtive
stealthy
glib
performed with natural ease
imperative
expressing a command or plea
implacable
impossible to please
inanimate
dull not exhibiting life
incorrigible
firmly rooted
incumbent
obligatory
infallible
incapable of being wrong
inscrutable
difficult to fathom
insolent
insulting in manner or speech
inundate
cover with floodwater
juncture
act of joining
lethargy
state of apathy
levity
frivolity @ innapropriate times
lucrative
profitable
ludicrous
hilarious due to abssurdity
magnanimous
courageously noble
mercenary
motivated by material/ monetary gains
modicum
token ammount
obliterate
to do away with and leave no trace
obsequious
exhibiting servile compliance
ominous
menacing
ostensible
represented or appearing as such
pernicious
deadly
perpetuate
cause to continue indefinitelty
pilfer
to steal
propensity
tendency
rejoinder
answer to a reply
render
to give or make available
retaliate
return like for like; evil for evil
ruminate
to meditate
sagacity
wisdom
sallow
sickly looking
sanguine
bloody; happy and optimistic
servile
fawning over
spectral
ghostly
stint
to restrict or limit
stolid
having or revealing little emotion
sumptuous
lavish
supercilious
feeling or showing hauty disdain
supplicate
to humbly or earnestly ask for
tremulous
timid or fearful
trenchant
forceful; effective
ubiquitous
omnipresent
vermins
small annoying animals or insects