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lout
a stupid, rude, or awkward person
provoke
to excite to anger
boorish
a crude or impolite person
defect
a lack of something necessary for completeness or perfection
abandon
1: to give up completely
2: to withdraw from often in the face of danger
3: to withdraw protection, support, or help from
cunning
1:very good or very clever at using special knowledge or skills or at getting something done
2:showing keen understanding
3:marked by deception and trickery
4:pretty
fissure
1:a narrow opening or crack
2:a narrow natural space between body parts or in the material making up an organ
disperse
1:to cause to become spread widely
2:to subject to dispersion
3:to move in different directions
outlndish
of strange appearance or manner : BIZARRE
crux
the most important point
strggle
to wander from a course or way:ROVE, STRAY
2:to trail off from others of its kind
alien
1:relating or belonging to another country
2:holly different in nature or character
palette
1:a thin usually oval board or tablet with a hole for the thumb at one end used by a painter to lay and mix pigments on
2:the colors put on the palette
dodder
1:to tremble or shake from weakness or age
2:to go in a shaky or feeble way
customary
1:based on or established by custom
2:commonly done, observed, or used
pungent
1 : sharply exciting to the mind
2 : causing a sharp or irritating sensation
devise
1:to form in the mind by new combinations or applications of ideas or principles
2:to give
adroit
having or showing great skill or cleverness
tact
the ability to deal with others without offending them
erect
1:straight up and down
2:straight in posture
3:directed upward
4:being in a state of physiological erection
infinite
1:being without limits of any kind
2:seeming to be without limits
3:lying or being beyond or being larger than any number no matter how large
zest
1:a piece of the peel of a citrus fruit used as a flavoring
2:a quality that increases enjoyment
3:keen enjoyment
concoct
1:to prepare by combining various ingredients
2:to think up
boundless
having no boundaries or limits
impurity
1:the quality or state of being impure
2:something that is impure or that makes impure