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factious
causing disagreement
ignoble
dishonorable, shameful
boor
a rude or impolite person
aegis
a shielf, protection
perspicacity
keenness of judgment
fervent
eager, earnest
rectify
to correct, to make right
enervate
to weaken
besiege
to overwhelm, to surround and attack
ephermal
lasting only a breift time, short lived
carrion
decaying flesh
erotic
pertaining to sexual love
amorphous
shapeless, formless, vague
opulent
rich, lucurious, wealthy
altruisn
a concern for others, generosity
impotent
powerless, lacking strength
antithesis
an exact opposite, n opposite extreme
maelstrom
whirlpool, turbulence, agitated state of mind
emendation
a correction
chargin
embarrassment, a complete loss of courage
bauble
a showy but useless thing
diapahnous
very sheer and light
labyrinth
a complicated network of winding passages, a maze
gloat
to look at or think about with great satisfaction
impediment
a barrier, obstruction
bestial
savage, brutal
shard
a fragment
bland
mild, tasteless, dull
nihilism
a total rejection of established laws
effete
worn out, barren
pedestrian
ordinary or dull
bona fide
in good faith
adventitious
accidental, nonessential
fecund
fertile, productive
deviate
to turn aside from a course, to stray
obfuscate
to confuse, to bewilder
impale
to pierce with a sharp stake through the body
extenuate
to lessen seriousness by providing partial excuses
parochial
local, narrow, limited
glower
to stare angrily
edify
improve someone morally
ambiguous
open to more than one interpretation
cataclysm
a violent change
optimum
best, most favorable, ideal
importune
to ask persistently, to beg