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Callow
Young and inexperienced; immature
Contemporary
A person living during the same period as another
Existing or occuring at the same time
Cynical
Doubtful of the sincerity of others' motives; skeptical.
Despot
A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a group of people.
Enunciate
To pronounce clearly.
To state, to announce.
Impediment
Anyting that gets in the way; an obsticle.
Impoverish
To make poor.
To take away.
Indolent
Indulging in ease; avoiding exertion; lazy.
Sagacious
Showing sound judgment; wise.
Secular
Wordly; not connected with a church or religion.
Speculate
To think about or make gusses.
To engage in a risky buisness venture.
Strife
Conflict or struggle.
Venerate
To show great respect for.
Voracious
Ravenous; desiring and eating a large amount of food.
Greatly eager.
Wane
To get smaller, dimmer, or weaker; to near an end.
Callow
Young and inexperienced; immature
Contemporary
A person living during the same period as another
Existing or occuring at the same time
Cynical
Doubtful of the sincerity of others' motives; skeptical.
Despot
A ruler with absolute power or tyrannical control over a group of people.
Enunciate
To pronounce clearly.
To state, to announce.
Impediment
Anyting that gets in the way; an obsticle.
Impoverish
To make poor.
To take away.
Indolent
Indulging in ease; avoiding exertion; lazy.
Sagacious
Showing sound judgment; wise.
Secular
Wordly; not connected with a church or religion.
Speculate
To think about or make gusses.
To engage in a risky buisness venture.
Strife
Conflict or struggle.
Venerate
To show great respect for.
Voracious
Ravenous; desiring and eating a large amount of food.
Greatly eager.
Wane
To get smaller, dimmer, or weaker; to near an end.