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morally unrestrained
licentious adj
a coin collector
numismatist n.
a scarcity, lack
paucity n.
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determined by fate
fatalistic adj.
to force oneself into a situatuion uninvited
obtrude v.
dreamily thoughtful
pensive adj.
uninterested, listless
lackadaisical adj.
to turn away feelings or affections
alienate v.
in high spirits; exultantly proud and joyful
elated adj.
a witty saying expressing a single thought or observation
epigram n.
licentious
Synon.
immoral;lewd
licentious
Ant.
chaste;pure
numismatist
Synon.& Ant.
none
paucity
Synon.
insufficiency
paucity
Ant.
abundance
fatalistic
Synon.& Ant.
none
obtrude
Synon.
impose;intrude
obtrude
Ant.
extricate
pensive
Synon.
reflective;meditative
pensive
Ant.
silly; frivolous
lackadaisical
Synon.
spiritless;apathetic;languid
lackadaisical
Ant.
enthusiastic;inspired
alienate
Synon.
estrange; set against
alienate
Ant.
endear;unite
elated
Synon.
overjoyed
elated
Ant.
depressed
epigram
Synon.
aphorism; bon mot; quip