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inception
n.
The beginning of something.

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incipient
adj.
In its early stages; beginning.

(incipiently,adv.)

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annihilate
v.
To destroy completely.

(annihilate,adj.; annihilation,n.; annihilator,n.)

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nihilism
n.
The total rejection of religious or moral beliefs.

(nihilist,n.; nihilistic,adj.)
negate
n.
1. To disprove; to nullify.
2. To rule out or cancel.

(negation,n.)

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renegade
n.
One who deserts a group, cause. faith, etc.; an outlaw.
adj.
Like a renegade; traitorous.

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vacuous
adj.
Empty, especially of meaning or purpose.

(vacuity,n.)

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vanity
n.
1. Conceit, especially about one's appearance.
2. Something worthless or useless.
3. A dressing table.

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Vaunt
v.
To boast or brag.
n.
A boast.

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aperture
n.
An opening, especially one that admits light.

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overt
adj.
Done or shown openly.

(overtly,adv.)

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