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Caprice
noun, a sudden, impulsive, unmotivated change of mind, a sudden change of mind hard to explain or predict
flaunt
(Vi) to wave of flutter showily: to display oneself to public notice (vt) to treat contemptuously
implacable
(adj) not capable of being appeased, significantly changed, or mitigated; merciless or cruel
trepidation
noun a tremulous motion; tremor; apprehension
roil
(vt) to stir up; disturb, disorder; to make turbid by stirring up sediment or dregs; muddy
discordant
(adj) disagreeing: being at a variance;quarrelsome
toady
(noun) one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors
disgruntled
(vt) to make ill-humored or discontented; to disappoint or frustrate
gall
(noun) bile from an animal;something bitter to endure; brazen (vt) to fret and wear away by friction; harass
appease
(Vt) to bring to a state of peace or quiet; to cause to subside; calm
turbid
(adj) thick or opaque with or as if with roiled sediment; heavy with smoke or mist; foul
orifice
(noun) an opening through which something may pass
fawn
(vi) to show affection
riled
(verb) to make angry, to irritate (adj) irritated or angry
protuberance
(adv) the quality or state of being obtrusive; something that is obtrusive
inveigh
(vi) to protest or complain bitterly or vehemently
riven
verb to wrench open or tear apart; to split with force of violence; to divide into peices; shatter; crack
largess
noun liberal giving to a=or as if to an inferior ; an innate generocity of mind or spirit
browbeat
(vt) to intimidate or disconcert by a stern manner or arrogant speech; bully; threaten
ostentatious
(adj) showy; brazen
lassitude
noun fatigue; a condition of listlessness
rue
verb to feel penitence; remorse; to regret for; (noun) a strong scented herb
consonant
noun one of a class; any letter in english alphabet except vowels (adj) being in agreement or harmony; having similar sounds
vagary
noun an erratic; action; or notion
sunder
verb to break apart, to force; to break into parts