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candid
honest; unbiased kind
opprobrium
scorn; disgrace; source of shame
scintilla
small amount
umbrage
offense; give of shade; pique; resentment
ostentation
showiness
imprecation
swearing; curse
benediction
expression of approval
rejoinder
retort; answer reply
proclivity
liking; appetite; penchant
enervate
weaken; debilitate
dither
be agitated and indecisive; shiver
inure
harden somebody to something; come into effect
phlegmatic
unexcitable; apathetic; placid
diffident
lacking self-confidence; reserved or restrained; shy
indolent
lazy; idle; lethargic
exigent
requiring action; demanding
apocryphal
not true; dubious
coax
persuade gently; wheedle; cajole
blandishment
flattery
platitude
banal statement; inanity; cliche
vegetate
stagnate; be passive
irk
annoy; peeve; rankle
capriciousness
given to sudden changes; unreliability
knoll
hill; hummock; mound
protraction
extend; delay
unscathed
unhurt; intact
legerdemain
sleigh of hand; adroitness; agility
rhetoric
oratory; skill with language
skein
twisted bundle of yarn
truss
bind something
somber
dark gloomy; grave; sober
cephalic
of the head
apparition
ghost; specter; phantom
recant
reject a belief; repudiate; retract
catechism
question and answer teaching; interrogation
axiom
adage; saying; truism
undergird
support
berate
rebuke; scold
unremitting
persistent or unabating
primeval
ancient and original; primitive
cherubic
angelic
convalesce
recover; recuperate; rest
profundity
deep or profound
aphorism
saying; maxim; cliche
flagrant
conspicuously bad
obfuscate
bewilder or confuse
urbane
suave or sophisticated
pericious
harmful or ruinous
invidious
producing resentment; unpleasant
innocuous
inoffensive or harmless
opulent
wealthy
lugubrious
gloomy
approbation
approval
pliant
easily influenced
licentious
sexually immoral; dissolute; profligate; wicked
pellucid
transparent; clear in meaning
tendentious
trying to influence opinion
derisive
mocking; scathing; sarcastic; irreverent; sardonic
apogee
culmination; apex; zenith
nadir
lowest points; pits; depths