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astute
shrewd; clever; crafty
destitute
lacking necessary things, such as food, shelter, or clothing; extremely poor; impoverished; indigent
lavish
too free in giving or spending; extravagant; prodigal
unscrupulous
having no concern for what is normally right or proper; unconscionable
implacable
unappeasable; unrelenting; unforgiving
strife
bitter conflict; fighting; discord; antagonism
imperturable
not easily excited; calm; cool
reprehensible
blameworthy; censurable
ameliorate
make better; improve; become more tolerable
facilitate
make easier; make less difficult
perpetuate
cause to continue or be remembered; immortalize
prodigy
one who has extraordinary talent or ability; marvel; wonder
drudge
one who does hard, boring, or disagreeable work
docile
capable of being easily instructed; teachable; obedient; tractable
facile
capable of being easily done; effortless
tactile
having to do with the sense of touch
volatile
capable of evaporating rapidly; likely to shift unpredictably; unstable; inconstant
apathy
lack of emotion; lack of interest; unconcern; indifference
avarice
excessive desire to gain and hoard wealth; greed for riches
benevolence
inclination to do good to others; goodwill; kindliness
malice
deep-seated meanness; desire to inflict injury on others or do mischief; spite
sagacity
keen perception and sound judgement; intelligent application of knowledge; insight; shrewdness; wisdom
acrimony
sharpness or bitterness of words, manner, or feeling
omniscient
knowing all things; perceiving all things
sedentary
requiring much sitting
copious
plentiful; abundant; ample
inordinate
beyond reasonable limits; immoderate
satiate
satisfy to excess
complacently
in a pleased, satisfied manner
mollified
soothed; pacified
meager
of poor quality or small amount
brusquely
quickly; bluntly; abruptly
Derision
making fun of a person Morosely
Ominously
in a threatening way
Assuaged
to make (made) something less intense or severe (V)
Impotent
lacking in power, as to act effectively; helpless
Taciturn
habitually untalkative
Imprudent
unwise or indiscreet; not prudent
Predilection
a partiality or disposition in favor of something; a preference
Domiciled
dwelling; place of home
Vapid
boring or uninteresting
Condescended
to descend to the level of one considered inferior; lower oneself
Contemptuous
manifesting or feeling contempt; scornful.
Contentious
given to contention; quarrelsome
Fractious
inclined to make trouble; unruly
Disapprobation
moral disapproval; condemnation
Auspicious
attended by favorable circumstances; propitious
Edification
intellectual, moral, or spiritual improvement; enlightenment
Ingenuous
lacking in cunning, guile, or woridliness; artless
Innate
possessed as an essential characteristic; inherent
Deportment
a manner of personal conduct; behavior
Obstreperous
noisily and stubbornly defiant
Melancholy
sadness or depression of the spirits; gloom
Austere
severe or stern in disposition or appearance
Obliquely
indirect or evasive
Acquiescence
passive assent or agreement without protest
Elucidate
to make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify.
Dogged
stubbornly persevering; tenacious
sullenly
sadly; in a depressing and gloomy way
vanity
excessive pride in oneself or in one's appearance; self-admiration; vainness; conceit