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colossal
of very great size or degree; large, huge
depict
to represent, to describe
priority
earlier in time or order; taking precedence logically or in importance
adjacent
situated near or next
manic
crazed, obsessed, frenzied
affeable
courteous and agreeable in conversation
suppress
to put down by authority or force; subdue; to keep from being known; to hold back; repress
skeptical
doubting; questioning
discerning
revealing insight and understanding
overwrought
extremely exceited; elaborated to excess; overcome, misshapen
diagnosis
identigying a disease from its signs and symptoms; analysis; evaluation
prognosis
forecast; the prespect of recovery from disease; prediction
erratic
inconsistent; eccentric; having no fixed course; random
moderation
lessened inteniy; temperance
communal
shared or used in common; collective; relating to a commune or community
distinctive
recognizable by characterization; separate, individual; presenting a clear unmistakable impression; distinguished; standing ou; outstanding
meticulously
extremely careful in attending to details
(difficulty)
authoritative
source of citation; expert; power to influence thought or behavior; freedom granted; right; government; command; convincing force
painstakingly
taking pains; showing care (suffering)
assess
to fiz the rate or amount of; to impose at a specified rate; to evaluate for taxation
absurdity
ridiculous, unreasonable
countered
acted in opposition to ; opposed to contrary
inane
empty, insubstantial; shallow, silly
euphemism
the substitution of a mild or pleasane expression for one offensive or unpleasant; the espression subsituted; a less offensive sysnonym for a word
ludicrous
laughable, ridiculous