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pensive
thoughtful; melancholy
lost in thought
ponder
to consider carefully, reflect on
Hmm I wonder
sardonic
grimly or scornfully mocking, bitterly sarcastic
hurtful imitation
condone
to pardone or overlook
excused
incredulous
disbelieving, skeptical
I don't believe it
flippant
lacking in seriousness; disrespectful, saucy
wise guy
skeptical
inclined to doubt, slow to accept something as true
I doubt it
irreverent
disrespectful
Beevus & Butthead
irate
angry
mad
arbitrary
unreasonable; based on one's own wishes or whims without regard for reason or fairness
I don't care I'll just pick one.
doleful
sad, dreary
Why so glum chum?
sterling
genuine, excellent; of standard quality
super duper
brawny
strong, muscular
rugged
rough, irregular; severe, stern; strong; stormy
rugged as a mountain side
comely
having a pleasing appearance
hot chick
admonish
(v.) to caution or advise against something.
Warning!
breach
(n.) an opening or gap; (v.) to create an opening or gap.
hole
brigand
(n.) a bandit, outlaw.
I wear a mask
circumspect
(adj.) careful, cautious
Watch where you step it could be dangerous.
commandeer
(v.) to seize for military or official use.
"I need your car", said the police officer.
cumbersome
(adj.) clumsy or hard to handle
Like trying to carry a piano.
deadlock
(n.) a complete standstill.
slamming on the brakes
debris
(n.) wreckage, scattered fragments
Pieces exploded everywhere.
diffuse
(v.) to spead or scatter widely or freely. (adj.) long-winded or wordy
(v.) throw seeds
(adj) Uncle Bobby
dilemma
(n.) a difficult or perplexing situation.
I've got a problem
efface
(v.) to wipe out or erase.
pencil eraser does this
muddle
(v.) to make a mess of; (n.) a mess
food fight
opinionated
(adj.) stubborn in holding to one's ideas.
I'm not changing my mind.
perennial
(adj.) long-lasting; a plant that lives for many years.
oak tree
predispose
(v.) to influence beforehand.
He'll talk you into it.
erratic
(adj.) inconsistent
unpredictable
relinquish
(v.) to let go, give up
set free
salvage
(v.) to save from fire, shipwreck, or disaster.
rescue
spasmodic
(adj.) sudden or violent; brief or intermittent
temper tantrum
spurious
(adj.) not true or valid; doubtful
false, lie
unbridled
(adj.) uncontrolled; lacking restraint
wild
terse
(adj.) concise, to the point, crisp
No long stories allowed.
jeer
(v.) to mock or taunt, make fun of
boo, hiss, laugh at
alien
(adj.) foreign, strange
feint
(n.) a trick, bluff, dodge
A con artist does this
lucrative
(adj.) money-making
rich
adjourn
(v.) to postpone or suspend
time out
mediocre
(adj.) average
Not great not terrible just...
illegible
(adj.) unreadable
Can't tell what it says
expulsion
(n.) act of forcing out
kick out