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carnal
of the body or felsh; opposed to spiritual; specifically, sexual
restive
stubbornly resisting control or guidance, e.g., of a horse;balky, hence, unmanagaeable;uneasy, fidgeting about
disingenuous
not frank ad candid; also deceptively simple
replenish
stock again, especially after having been emptied
equivocate
using equivocal (vauge) language; especially with intent to deceive
remonstrate
say or plead in protest or reproof

present and urge reasons in opposition, as to an act, measure, or any proceedings
venturous
courting danger; ready to meet risks;daring;bold
vestige
a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something lost or no longer existent; a small, degenerate, or imperfectly developed part or organ which has been more fully developed in an earlier stage or past generation
repugnance
extreme dislike or aversion; deep rooted-antagonism (rivalry); in logic, inconsistency, incompatibility, oncongruity (e.g. repugnance between gospel narratives)
destitute
bereft or not in possession (of something necesary or desirable); lacking in condition of extreme want
repercussion
a driving back or being driven back; reverberation
obnoxious
offensive; objectionable
verbatim
word for word; in the same words
entice
draw on by exciting hope or desire; attact; tempt; deduce
acclaim
applaud;declare or procalim by acclamation; shout; call out loudly
turbulence
a situation or event characterized by turmult
execrable
detestable; very bad; abominable
carousal
a jovial feast or festible; a riotous drinking party
remiss
negligent; careless; showing neglect or inattention
dilate
englarge or extand in size or bulk
repercussion
a driving back or being driven back; reverberation
obnoxious
offensive; objectionable
verbatim
word for word; in the same words
entice
draw on by exciting hope or desire; attact; tempt; deduce
acclaim
applaud;declare or procalim by acclamation; shout; call out loudly
turbulence
a situation or event characterized by turmult
execrable
detestable; very bad; abominable
carousal
a jovial feast or festible; a riotous drinking party
remiss
negligent; careless; showing neglect or inattention
dilate
englarge or extand in size or bulk
carnal
of the body or felsh; opposed to spiritual; specifically, sexual
restive
stubbornly resisting control or guidance, e.g., of a horse;balky, hence, unmanagaeable;uneasy, fidgeting about
disingenuous
not frank ad candid; also deceptively simple
replenish
stock again, especially after having been emptied
equivocate
using equivocal (vauge) language; especially with intent to deceive
remonstrate
say or plead in prtest or reproof
remonstrate
present and urge erasons in opposition, as to an act, measure, or any proceedings
vestige
a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something lost or no longer existent; a small, degenerate, or imperfectly developed part or organ which has been more fully developed in an earlier stage or past generation
repugnance
extreme dislike or aversion; deep rooted-antagonism (rivalry); in logic, inconsistency, incompatibility, oncongruity (e.g. repugnance between gospel narratives)
destitute
bereft or not in possession (of something necesary or desirable); lacking in condition of extreme want