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Asperity
Sharpness or harshness of manner, roughness of surface; unevenness
bane
a person or thing that destroys or causes harm.
buffoon
a person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a fool
doleful
mournful or full of sorrow; causing grief
extrovert
a person whose attention is focused on others and on what is going on around them, rather than on their own feelings.
garish
Excessively bright and flashy; tastelessly glaring
hierarchy
a group or system in which positions of power are ranked, usually from lowest to highest
imbue
to fill completely with a felling or idea; to inspire
instigate
to stir up or urge on; to provoke
penchant
a strong attrction or leaning
rambunctious
behaving in a wild and unruly manner
repertoire
the list of pieces an actor, musician, etc. is ready to perform; the skills or accomplishments of a person or group
rudiment
a basic principle or skill; an undeveloped or beginning stage
undermine
to weaken or ruin by degrees
unremitting
not stopping or slowing down; constant
Asperity
Sharpness or harshness of manner, roughness of surface; unevenness
bane
a person or thing that destroys or causes harm.
buffoon
a person who often makes attempts to be funny; a clown; a fool
doleful
mournful or full of sorrow; causing grief
extrovert
a person whose attention is focused on others and on what is going on around them, rather than on their own feelings.
garish
Excessively bright and flashy; tastelessly glaring
hierarchy
a group or system in which positions of power are ranked, usually from lowest to highest
imbue
to fill completely with a feeling or idea; to inspire
instigate
to stir up or urge on; to provoke
penchant
a strong attraction or leaning
rambunctious
behaving in a wild and unruly manner
repertoire
the list of pieces an actor, musician, etc. is ready to perform; the skills or accomplishments of a person or group
rudiment
a basic principle or skill; an undeveloped or beginning stage
undermine
to weaken or ruin by degrees
unremitting
not stopping or slowing down; constant