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paradox
contradiction
infamous
wicked; cruel
horrendous
wicked; cruel
atrocious
wicked; cruel
fiendish
wicked; cruel
mendocious
wicked; cruel
ferocious
wicked; cruel
diabolic
wicked; cruel
odious
wicked; cruel
nefarious
wicked; cruel
flagrant
done in an open manner; openly wicked
heinous
wicked; cruel
iniquity
wickedness
inequity
unfairness; lack of justice
enormity
wickedness
seraphic
angelic
cherubic
angelic
novel
new; fresh
novelty
newness
treacherous
unfaithful; disloyal
treasonous
unfaithful; disloyal
perfidy
betrayal
traitorous
unfaithful; disloyal
infidel
unfaithful.
an unbeliever.
falsehearted
unfaithful; disloyal
falsehearted
1)unfaithful
2)deceitful
disaffect
1)to cause to lose affection to
2)to be disloyal, especially to a gov.
insidious
deceitful; cunning
fealty
faithfulness
fidelity
faithfulness
wily
deceitful; cunning
crafty
deceitful; cunning
artful
deceitful; cunning
guile
deceitful; cunning
duplicitous
deceitful; cunning
guileless
not deceitful
beguile
to deceive; to cheat
duplicity
deliberate deception
delude
to deceive; to cheat
gull
to deceive; to cheat
dupe
to deceive; to cheat
jockey
to deceive; to cheat
bilk
to cheat one's money, property, etc
swindle
to cheat one's money, property, etc
inveigle
to trick someone by deception, flattery, etc
subterfuge
to trick in order to get out of trouble
oblivious
forgetful
oblivion
forgetfulness
interlude
anything that fills the time in between
pious
devoted
piety
devotion
devout
devoted
filial
of son or daughter
impious
not devoted
impiety
lack of devotion
solicit
to ask earnestly
implore
to ask earnestly
deplore
to have or show deep regret or sorrow for
supplicate
to ask earnestly
supplicant
one who supplicates
importune
to ask earnestly
beseech
to ask earnestly
inopportune
[time]inappropriate, inconvinient
opportune
[time]appropriate
entreat
to request earnestly
invoke
to ask earnestly
tout
to beg to buy one's product, use one's service, etc; to publicize loudly
cadge
to beg
delude
to mislead; to deceive
envision
to picture in mind
abet
to help or urge in crime, etc
ameliorate
to make better
deterlorate
to make worse
exacerbate
to make worse
aggravate
to make worse
exasperate
to frustrate; to irritate
aggregate
total; sum
to total; to sum
pitfall
disadvantage, danger
protract
to prolong; to extend; to delay
dilatory
delaying, deliberately delaying
inadvertently
accidental; careless
advertent
careful
prudent
careful
discreet
careful
wary
careful
meticulous
careful
punctilious
careful
circumspect
careful
paintaking
careful
chary
careful
chary
cautious
alert
careful
vigilant
careful
inadvertent
careless
imprudent
careless
indiscreet
careless
unwary
careless
immeticulous
careless
cursory
careless
remiss
careless
lax
inattentive; negligent
negligent
careless
slipshod
[work]poorly and carelessly done
slovenly
careless
discrete
discontinuous; indivisually distinct
botch
to repair clumsly
sloverly
careless in appearance
blithe
gay; cheerful; merry
effervesce
1)to be cheerful, merry, etc
2)to give off bubbles of gas
buoyant
1)cheerful
2)floating
jovial
gay; cheerful; merry
jocose
gay; cheerful; merry
jocund
gay; cheerful; merry
jaunty
gay; cheerful; merry
hilarious
gay; cheerful; merry
convivial
fond of drinking and chatting
mirth
merriment; cheerfulness
jollity
merriment; cheerfulness
revel
to be merry
revelry
nosiy merriment
reverie
daydream
distort
1)to misrepresent
2)to twist
convolute
1)[theory, pattern, etc]to make complicated
2)to twist
warp
to twist
gnarl
to twist
squirm
to twist
writhe
to twist
convoluted
complicated
complex
complicated
intricate
complicated
sinuous
1)winding
2)complicated
labyrinth
1)maze
2)confusion
labyrinthine
[argument]complicated
err
to make an error
errant
mistaken
erroneous
false; based on error
lapse
slight mistake
blunder
foolish mistakes
to make foolish mistakes
deprave
to corrupt
debauch
to corrupt
degenerate
to corrupt
stately
dignified
lowly
humble
obtrude
to put forward one's opinion unwanted or unasked
depravity
corruption
debauchery
corruption
degeneracy
corruption
regenerate
to reform morally
(opposite of corrupt)
obtrusive
tending to obtrude
skeptical
doubtful
dubious
doubtful
dubiety
doubtfulness
indubitable
that cannot be doubted
feasible
practical
pragmatic
practical
infeasible
not practical
impragmatic
not practical
quixotic
not practical
utopian
not practical
utility
practically
pragmatism
the idea that emphasizes the importance of utility(practically)
chimerical
not practical
chimera
fantasy; impossible dream
visionary
not practical
phoenix
immortality
chimerial
of fantasy; unreal; not practical
gerrymander
to shape an election district in such way that is advantageous to a particular candidate
assidulous
hardworking
seulous
patiently hardworking
patient
industrious
hardworking
studious
hardworking
diligent
hardworking
idle
lazy
indolent
lazy
slothful
lazy
sluggish
lazy
drone
1)a monotonous speech
2)a lazy person
sluggard
a lazy person
laggard
a lazy person
avaricious
greedy
voracious
greedy
ravenous
greedy
edacious
greedy
rapacious
greedy
insatiable
greedy
covetous
greedy
edacious
hungry; greedy
sate
to satisfy fully
covet
to desire, especially someone else's eagerly
covetous
greedy
gluttonous
greedy
avid
eager; greedy
glut
1)to supply excessively
2)to eat a lot
glutton
1)a greedy person
2)one who eats a lot
avarice
greed
voracity
greed
ravenousness
greed
edacity
greed
rapacity
greed
insatiation
greed
covetousness
greed
gluttony
greed
avidity
greed
cupidity
excessive desire for wealth
irresolute
indecisive; not determined
ire
anger
irate
angry
irascible
easily get angered
choleric
angry
wrathful
angry
indignant
angry
incensed
angry
livid
angry
choler
anger
wrath
anger
indignation
anger
incense
anger
rage
anger
incense
to annoy greatly
incinerate
to burn into ashes
incendiary
1)one who sets a fire on an evil purpose
2)something that causes fire; bombs
3)one who incites
incite
to arouse into action
instigate
to arouse into action
ferment
to incite
political turmoil
foment
to arouse into action
prod
1)to prick
2)to incite
goad
to arouse into action
galvanize
1)to shock and arouse
2)to coat with metal
agitate
to arouse into action
plod
to work or walk wearily and heavly but without resting
firebrand
one who incites
catalyst
one who incites
demagogue
one who incites
seditionist
one who incites
incandescent
giving out light when burning
iridescent
having or showing bright colors like a rainbow
opalescent
iridescent
stevedore
a laborer whose job is rough
consecrate
to make holy, sacred
hallow
to make holy, sacred
sanctify
to make holy, sacred
descerate
to harm or violate sacredness or holiness
profain
to harm or violate sacredness or holiness
profanity
cursing
sanctity
sacredness
sacrilegious
harming or violating sacredness
sacrilege
desecration
sophistry
illogical argument
sophist
one who argues illogic