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impartial
unfair; prejudiced
partial
fair; not prejudiced
biased
prejudiced
tendentious
prejudiced
opinionated
prejudiced
jaundiced
1)a kind of liver disease
2)prejudiced by jealousy
bigoted
prejudiced
disinterested
not prejudiced
dispassionated
not prejudiced
detached
not prejudiced
objective
not prejudiced
motley
mixture (color)
hybrid
mixture (breed)
mongrel
mixture (breed)
alloy
mixture (metals)
chronological
in timely order
anachronistic
outdated
obsolete
1)out of date or fashion
2)(language)spoken no more
3)existing no more
defunct
existing no more
extant
still in existance
extemporaneous
done or spoken with little preparation ; instantaneous
improvise
to do or say instantaneously
impromptu
n)somthing improvised
a)quick, instantaneous
extemporize
to improve
vulnerable
that can be easily attacked; weak
tenable
defendable
untenable
undefendable
invincible
too strong to be defeated
impregnable
that cannot be taken by force; strong
unassailable
unattackable; perfect; strong
vague
unclear
limpid
clear
lucid
clear; easy to understand
perspicuous
clear
pellucid
very clear
elucidate
to make clear or clarify for better understanding
diaphanous
transparent
translucent
semi-transparent
explicit
clear
ambivalent
having two contrary or opposite meanings
ambiguous
unclear
equivocal
unclear
turbid
1)thick, muddy
2)unclear
sanction
1)to punish
2)to approve
nebulous
cloudy, unclear
torpid
dull, slow
torpor
dullness, slowness
turgid
swollen
distended
swollen
bloated
swollen
inflated
swollen
eradicate
to eliminate completely; to pull out by the root
extirpate
to eliminate completely; to pull out by the root
uproot
to eliminate completely; to pull out by the root
enroot
1)to implant
2)to establish firmly
entrench
to establish firmly
tranquil
calm, quiet, or peaceful
serene
calm, quiet, or peaceful
pacific
calm, quiet, or peaceful
placid
calm, quiet, or peaceful
halcyon
peaceful; relaxing
equanimous
calm, quiet, or peaceful
pacifism
the idea that peace is best
pacifist
a peace advocate
tranquilize
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
pacify
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
placate
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
appease
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
assuage
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
alleviate
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
allay
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
lull
v)to calm
n)breaks or rest during a debate, etc
compose
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
relent
to make less severe
mitigate
to make less severe
salve
to soothe
soothe
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
mollify
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
sedative
medicine to calm, sleep, etc
sedate
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
abate
1)to calm
2)to abolish a law
palliate
to make painless
propitiate
to make calm, quiet, or peaceful; to make less severe
implacable
that cannnot be calm, revengeful
palliative
painkiller
paregoric
painkiller
analgesic
painkiller
elate
to encourage; to stimulate
acquiesce
to agree without protest but not enthusiastically; to agree passively
disdain
to hate
disdain (이게 the right one)
v)to hate
n)hatred
detest
to hate; to dislike
despise
to hate; to dislike
contempt
to hate; to dislike
execrate
to hate; to dislike
abominate
to hate; to dislike
abhor
to hate; to dislike
loathe
to hate
loath
unwilling; reluctant
grudging
unwilling; reluctant
enmity
hatred
amity
friendship
abominable
causing hatred
execration
hatred, dislike
abomination
hatred, dislike
abhorence
hatred, dislike
animosity
hatred, dislike
venom
1)poison of a snake
2)hatred
rancor
hatred, dislike
odium
hatred
affability
friendliness
odious
deserving hatred; wicked
fastidious
1)hard to please
2)quick in finding faults
3)neat
4)picky
amiable
friendly; lovable
amicable
friendly; lovable
affable
friendly; lovable
dainty
neat; pretty; picky
finicky
picky
censorious
picky
indifferent
showing no concern
apathetic
showing no concern
indifference
lack of concern
apathy
lack of concern
supple
flexible; easily influenced
lithe
flexible; easily influenced
pliable
flexible; easily influenced
pliant
flexible; easily influenced
susceptible
easily influenced by feeling
porous
1)having many pores
2)easily influenced
impervious
1)not easily moved or influenced
2)impermeable
obstinate
stubborn
obdurate
stubborn
tenacious
stubborn
impenitent
stubborn
persistent
stubborn
headstrong
stubborn
dogmatic
1)(person)stubborn
2)forcing to accept without questioning
dogged
stubborn
doctrinaire
dogmatice; narrow-minded
a docmatic person
tenacious
1)(person)stubborn
2)holding firmly

ex)tenacious memory
impenitent
showing no regret; stubborn
dogma
dogmatic belief; forced belief
tentative
lasting for a short time; temporary
evanescent
short-lived
ephemeral
lasting for a short time; temporary
fleeting
lasting for a short time; temporary
translent
lasting for a short time; temporary
transitory
lasting for a short time; temporary
submissive
obedient
subordinate
obedient
ruly
obedient
docile
obedient
tractable
that can be easily managed; obedient
compliant
obedient
comply
to act in accordance with
amenable
willing to be guided or controlled; responsive, obedient
conform
to comply with
conformity
compliance
insubmissive
disobedient
insubordinate
disobedient
unruly
disobedient
indocile
disobedient
intractable
disobedient
defiant
disobedient
restive
1)[horse]refusing to move forward
2)disobedient
mutinous
disobedient
insurgent
disobedient
wayward
disobedient
recalcitrant
disobedient
contumacious
disobedient
obstreperous
disobedient
timorous
shy; easily frightened
pusillanimous
shy; easily frightened
retiring
shy; reserved
reputed
well known
renowned
famous
eminent
distinguished; famous
illustrious
famous
imminent
about to come or happen
impend
to be about to come or happen
"culina"
kitchen
cullinarius
of or related to kitchen, cooking, etc
orgy
over-indulgence in pleasure seeking such as eating, drinking, etc.
extravagant
wasteful
extravagance
wastefulness
lavish
wasteful
sumptuous
wasteful
dissipating
wasteful
improvident
wasteful w/o considering the future needs; having no foresight
prodigal
a)wasteful
n)a wasteful person
profligate
a)wasteful
n)a wasteful person
spendthrift
a)wasteful
n)a wasteful person
frugal
careful in spending
sparing
careful in spending
thrifty
careful in spending
miserly
stingy
niggardly
stingy
tightfisted
stingy
closefisted
stingy
parsimonious
stingy
penurious
stingy
miser
a stingy person
niggard
a stingy person
tightwad
a stingy person
skinflint
a stingy person
sparing
frugal
husband
1)to use or spend sparingly or frugally
2)to save
3)to manage a household
husbandry
frugality
husbandman
a farmer
"penuria"
want; need
penurious
needy, poor, stingy
indigence
poverty
indigent
poor
impoverished
poor
impecunious
moneyless, poor
eleemosynary
1)depending on alms; poor
2)charitable
"pecunia"
money
pecuniary
monetary
alms
money or things given to the poor
pauper
a poor person who depends on welfare or alms
privation
destitution
escapade
reckless adverture
penury
poverty
destitution
poverty
impoverishment
poverty
impecuniousness
poverty
adapt
skillful
adroit
skillful
dextrous
skillful
inept
not skillful
maladroit
not skillful
ineptitude
lack of skill or ability
adapt
1)an expert
2)skillful
greenhorn
one with no experience, beginner
fledgling
beginner
tyro
beginner
neophyte
beginner
newcomer
beginner
inductee
beginner
fledge
1)(bird)to cover the body with feathers
2)to begin
adept
expert
maestro
expert
virtuoso
expert
virtuosity
great skill
finesse
great skill
infallible
without error; always certain
infallibility
being always so certain; certainty
certitude
being always so certain; certainty
inerrancy
exemption from error
callow
young and inexperienced
fallow
(land)not utilized; not cultivated
verdant
1)fresh and green
2)inexperienced
adroit
"droit"
skillful
"right;righthanded"
gauche
"gauche"
clumsy
"left;lefthanded"
dextrous
"dexter"
skillful
"right;righthanded"
sinister
"sinister"
evil
"left;lefthanded"