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Contemptible
Hateful
Obtuse
Slow to understand
Ideally
In theory; perfectly
Chronic
Long lasting time; constant
Incomprehensible
imposible to understand; obscure
Imprtinent
disrespectful; rude and impolite
Bland
soothing;mild;dull
Pessimistic
expecting things to turn out badly; gloomy
Malicious
harmful;maen;spiteful
Diligent
hardworking;painstaking
Gaudy
Flashy
Jovial
Full of playful good humor
Exroverts
a person who is outgoing and interested in others
Abhor
to reject vehemently; to feel hatred or disgust toward something
Quota
an allotment ; a maximum number
Congeniality
Pleasantness;friendliness
Dupe
To deceive someone
Tycoon
Powerful business person or industrialist
Cynic
A scornful person
Intimate
A close personal friend
Implement
Fulfill
Surmount
To rise above;to overcome(a difficulty
Adversary
An enemy
Wrangle
To win or obtain by argument
Homage
An act of allegiance
Precedent
An act that serves as an example for later acts
Acknowledge
To express thanks for
Surmount
A purpose something aimed for
Elude
To escape the understanding of
Exploits
To use to full advantage
Jaunts
Short pleasant trip
Apathy
lack of emotion or felling
Tantalizing
Tempting
Inverse
The oppsite
Repast
Meal;food eaten at ameal
Cascade
Small,steep waterfall;to fall or drop with a rushing movement
Ravenous
Extremely hungry; greedy
Pungent
Bitting;the sence of taste or smell
Induction
Process of arriving at a generalization from facts or examples
Sage
Herb used to season food; very wise person
Lax
Loose or slack
Evict
To force out
Ostarcize
To shut out or exclude
Incompatible
unable to agree or get along
Solvent
Liquid capable of dissoling another substance
Subsequent
later; following in time
Formidable
Causing fear; hard to overcome or deal with
Addicted
given up to habit or compulsion
Radical
Fundamental or basic
Defraud
To take away or deprive of a right or property by deceit
buoyant
able to float
Incandescent
Glowing with intense heat
Benign
Not harmful;gentle
Murky
Hard to understand
Incessant
Never stopping
Invigorating
Filling with energy
Opaque
Not letting light through; hard to understand
Oppressive
Mentally or phsically distressing
Animated
Filled with life
Congruent
In agreement;corresponding
Passive
Acted upon rather than acting
Abrasive
Causing irritation
Reconcile
Bring together
Denote
To be a sign of
Somber
Gloomy and sad; solmn and serious
Hindrance
Obstacle
Turbulent
Stormy;disorderly
Irreducible
Not capable of being made smaller or simpler
Ultimate
Last or final;basic;maximum
Necessitated
To make something unavoidable
Figurative
Not literaly true
Intensive
Highly concentrated
Metaphor
Figure of speech that contains an implied comparison
Adage
Old saying
Potency
Power
Authenticity
true to its type
Simile
Figure of speech that compares two unlike things using like or as
Cadence
Rhythmic flow or pattern
Allusion
Indirect reference
Fallacies
Misleading or false idea
Oratory
Skillful speaking
Ovation
Enthusiastic applause
Replica
Copy
Encore
Performance given on demand
Intanation
Pitch of voice
Rostrum
Plateform for public speaking
Inventory
Stock of iteams
Soliloquy
Thoughts reavel audience
Tripod
3 legged stand
Ingenuous
Straightforward
Inaudible
Unable to be heard
Predominant
Most frequent
Mimic
Imitate someone
Discretion
Good judgement
Hectic
Hurried
Rama
Unlimited view
Resourceful
Capable of thinking of ways to do things
Orthodox
Accepted beliefs
Nominal
Rename; not worthconsidering
Lavish
Very generous; spend freely