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2.21 clandestine [adj]
secret or hidden
2.11 rejuvenate [v]
to make feel young again
2.20 dexterous [adj]
having skill in hands, body, or mind
1.6 disinterested [adj]
unbiased; impartial
2.19 consummate [adj]
perfect in every way
1.18 discrete [adj]
separate; unrelated
2.18 fidelity [n]
devotion; loyalty
2.13 ruminate [v]
to think about; ponder
2.22 condone [v]
to forgive
1.11 proliferate [v]
to make alot of [counting]
2.16 verdant [adj]
green
1.8 contentious [adj]
argumentative
2.25 repudiated [adj]
denied the truth or authority[of]
1.16 burgeoning [adj]
expanding; flourishing
2.15 resurgence [n]
state of rising again
2.8 disparate [adj]
unequal
2.23 inveterate [adj]
habitual
1.12 truculent [adj]
rude [writes or says]
2.24 cavalier [adj]
haughty; arrogant
2.6 deprecate [v]
denigrate; belittle
2.17 extrovert [n]
one who is active or expressive
2.10 petulant [adj]
impatient
2.14 introvert [n]
one whose interest is more in oneself
1.20 denigrate [v]
defame [reputation]
1.24 discreet [adj]
careful about actions or words
1.3 erudite [adj]
smart
2.2 creditable [adj]
deserving credit
1.17 exacerbate [v]
to make worse [disease, pain]
2.3 flouted [v]
mocked; made fun of
1.13 reprobate [n]
bad person
2.12 umbrage [n]
offense
2.9 rancor [n]
bitter hate
1.4 equivocate [v]
to mislead
1.15 pejorative [adj]
derogatory; bad; put down [comments or remarks]
1.2 disingenuous [adj]
insincere
2.5 precocious [adj]
matured
1.1 gullible [adj]
easily tricked or cheated; credulous
1.14 innuendo [n]
hint; indirect remark or gesture
1.10 credulous [adj]
gullible
2.7 miscreant [n]
an evil person; reprobate
1.7 gratuitous [adj]
unecessary
1.5 credible [adj]
believable
1.9 prone [adj]
having a tendency to..; inclined to
2.1 panache [n]
style; elegance
1.25 deleterious [adj]
harmful to health or well-being
1.19 prescribe [v]
to order; "doctor's prescription"
1.22 obtuse [adj]
slow; dull; "obtuse angle"
1.21 itinerant [adj]
traveling constantly
1.23 proscribe [v]
to forbid; [opposite of prEscribe]
2.4 primer [n]
textbook giving first principles of a subject