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Elusive
hard to pin down; evasive
James felt so Elusive, he just couldn't find the right word for the sentence.
Efface
to erase; to rub away the features of
Mr. Clean eraser was effacing to crayon off the wall like nothing was there!
Taciturn
untalkatice by nature
Annie was very taciturn. She would never raide her hand in class.
Ameliorate
to make better or more tolerable
The band ameliorated the song for us so we would actually like it.
Acquiesce
to give in; to agree
The teacher acquiesced to the children by finally giving them the recess they wanted.
Atrophy
to waste away from lack of use
As the girl got older, she showed atrophy to her dolls by letting them sit in a box in the attic.
Dubious
doubtful; uncertain
The coach was dubious about having the team run the mile today or not.
Flagrant
shocking; outstandingly bad
Jimmy's grade on the quiz was flafrant. He got a 12 out of 100.
Concise
breif and to the point; succinct
Restraunts love when people are concise about their order, by not being so picky.
Immutable
unchangeable; permanent
Once you get a tatoo, it is immutable. You will never be able to get it off.