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abrogate
to repeal, cancel, declare null and void
ambient
completely surrounding, encompassing
asperity
roughness, severity
asperity
bitterness or tartness
burnish
to make smooth or glossy by rubbing, poilish
burnish
gloss, brightness, lustner
cabal
a small group working in secret
delectable
delightful, highly enjoyable
delectable
deliciously flavored, savory
delectable
an appealing or appetizing food dish
deprecate
to express mild disapproval
deprecate
to belittle
detritus
lose bits and pieces of material resulting from disintergration or wearing away
detritus
fragments that result from destruction
ebullient
overflowing with enthusiasm and excitement
ebullient
boiling, bubbling
eclectic
drawn from different sources
eclectic
one whose beliefs are drawn from various sources
flaccid
limp, not firm
flaccid
lacking vigor or effectiveness
impecunious
having little or no money
inexorable
inflexible, beyond influence
inexorable
relentless, unyielding
moribund
dying on the way out
necromancer
one who claims to reveal or influence the future through magic, especially communication with the dead
necromancer
in general, a magician or wizard
onerous
burdensome
onerous
involving hardship or difficulty
rife
common, prevalent, widespread, happening often
rife
full, abounding
rife
plentiful, abundant, replete
rudiments
the part of any subject or discipline that are learned first
rudiments
the earliest stages of anything
sequester
to set apart, separate for a special purpose
sequester
to take posession and hold in custody
winnow
to get rid of something unwanted, delete
winnow
to sift through to obtain what is desirable
winnow
to remove the chaff form the wheat by blowing air on it
winnow
to blow on, fan