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obsequious
marked by fake attentiveness
conciliating
becoming friendly or agreeaboe
pliant
easily influenced, pliable
malleable
capable of being altered or controlled by outside influences
tribulation
difficulties - a trying experience
termagant
overbearing,shrewish, ill natured
insuperable
incapable of being overcome
assiduity
diligence
pestilent
deadly
torrent
a violent streem of liquid
dinning
assailingwith loud continued noise
adherent
a follower or a leader
rubicund
to be red, ruddy
incessantly
continuing w/out interrupion
vehemently
marked by forceful energy, intensely emotional
tranquilly
calmly
emit
to throw or give off or out (as in light)
placid
calm, complacent
approbation
proof; an act of approving formally or officially
assemblage
a collection of persons of things; gathering
august
marked by majestic dignity
virago
a loud overbearing woman;
precipice
a very steep overhanging, a hazardous situation
alacrity
promptness in response; cheerful readiness
transient
passing through w/only a brief stay
azure
the blue color of the sky
visage
face
uncouth
not known or not familiar, strange or clumsy
countenances
bearing;demeanor;expression
reiterate
to state or do over again
tendrils
a slender coiling of leaf or stem which attaches a climbing plant to its support
scoff
to show contempt by acts of language
connubial
of or relating to the married state
scepter
a staff or baton carried by a sovereign as an emblem of authority
phlegm
mucus in the respiratory passages; calm strength
haranguing
make a ranting speech
shrew
an ill-tempered,scolding woman