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Benevolent
adj, kind
Cynical
adj, distrustful. The cynical man lied to us.
Comrade
noun, friend. My comrades and I ate hamburgers.
Vivacious
adj, cheerful, The vivacious man gave everybody candy.
Apathy
noun, lake of interest, The apathy of the boy got him in trouble.
Idle
adj, at rest, We boarded the idle train.
Obstinate
adj, stubborn, The obstinate man wouldn’t give me any candy.
Cryptic
adj, secret, The story was cryptic.
Maxim
noun, saying, There was a maxim about that.
Exploits
noun, An act or deed, The exploits of the people were very generous.
Impromptu
adj., unprepared, The impromptu man sent out the invitations last minute.
Aloof
adj., Distant physically or emotionally; reserved and remote. He stood apart with aloof dignity.
Advocate
verb, One that argues for a cause; a supporter or defender. There was an advocate of civil rights.
Reverent
adj, Feeling or showing profound respect. The reverent man showed the man respect.
Thwart
verb, to pur a stop to. He thwarted the game because he was loosing.
countenance
noun, expression, The countenance on his face was funny.
Tumult
noun,comotion, The kids made a tumult with the pots and pans.
Treachery
noun, the act of betrayl of trust, the treachery of the bridge was scary.
Wistful
adj, sad, The wistful man cryed all night.
Vile
adj, loathsome; disgusting, The vile taste made me gag.
falter
verb, To move ineptly or haltingly; stumble.
lament
verb, To express grief
morose
adj, Sullenly melancholy; gloomy.
prosperity
noun, the condition of prospering; having good fortune.