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implausible
adjective

not having the appearance of truth or credibility
extricate
verb

to free or to distangle from a difficulty
amble
verb

to walk in a leisurely way
ephemeral
adjective

lasting only one day; short-lived
inquisitive
adjective

giving to examination or curious or inquiring
atonement
noun

amends or reperations for an injury or wrong doing
vehement
adjective

acting or moving with great force
elucidate
verb

to make something clear
nebulus
adjective

unclear or vague
obstreperous
adjective

noisely or stubbornly defiant
rectitude
noun

moral integrity
empathy
noun

the act of understanding and sharing thee feelings of others
succinct
adjective

briefly and clearly expressed
benevolence
noun

charitable nature
emanate
verb

to radiate or to exude
assuage
verb

to lessen or to calm
peripatetic
adjective

frequently wandering from place to place
contentious
adjective

exhibiting often perverse and worrisome tendency to quarrles and disputes
ecclesiastical
adjective

of or relating to a church
mollified
verb

to bring back to calm and friendly feelings
poignantly
adverb

in a profoundly manner
malevolent
adjective

having or showing intense often vicious ill-will towards others
ebullient
adjective

enthusiastic
requite
verb

to make return for
illicite
adjective

not sanctioned by custom or law
futilely
adverb

pointless
prosaic
adjective

dull; unimaginative; ordinary
indolently
adverb

disinclined to exert oneself; lazy
scrutiny
noun

examination
frivolous
adjective

silly
mendicancy
adjective

of or a characteristic of a beggar
pathogens
noun

agent the causes diseases
lament
verb

to express grief; deep regret
disillusion
verb

to free from false beleif; to dishearten
iediosyncrasy
noun

an individual characteristic or quality
ignominiously
adverb

marked with or characterized by disgrace or shame
fallacy
noun

an error in reasoning
scruple
noun

uneasy feeling arising from ones principles
pernicious
adjective

deadly; harmful
euphoric
adjective

very happy indeed
lethargic
adjective

lacking liveliness
platitude
noun

a flat or insignificant remark; the quality of being dull
enmity
noun

deep seeded often neutral hatred
nettle
verb

to annoy
tumultuous
adjective

greatly aggitated or wild and noisy

SYN: chaotic