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Abstruce
Diffucult to understand; complex, perplexing
Affable
Easy and pleasent to speak to; approachable
Audacity
Fearless, daring; boldness, bravery, overconfidence
Contrite
Feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offenses; sorry, remorseful, regretfull, guilty
Credulous
Disposed to believe too readily; gullible
Depravity
Moral corruption or degradtion; immorality, compution, evil, dissoluteness
Deprecate
disapprove
Didactic
Instuctive; morally instuctive
Dormant
Lying asleep or as if asleep; inactive
Enigmatic
Not clear to understand; puzzling
Grudite
Having or showing profound knowledge; learned
Exotic
From another part of the world; intriguingly unusual of different; foreign, striking
Fuse
To mix, liquify, combine, blend
Incorrigible
One that cannot be corrected or reformed; habitual, stubborn, persistant, hopless,
Immutable
unchallengable
Loathe
To dislike greatly; abhor, abominate, exercate
Mitigate
To moderate a quality or conditon in force or intensity; relieve, ease, diminish, moderate
Nullify
To counteract the force or effectiveness of; cancel out; abolish, annul, invalidate
Pacifistic
The belief that disputes between nations should and can be settled peacefully
Pretentious
Claiming a position of distinction or ment; showy, exaggerated, conceited, pompus
Prologue
An introduction or preface
Recant
To make a formal disavowal of a previously held statement; take back, renounce
Servile
slavish
Trepidation
A state of alarm or dread; fear, apprehension
Vilify
Spread negative information about; speak ill of, run down, be little, rumor