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ominous

foreboding; threatening

omen, minions

omnipresent

present everywhere at once

GOD, omnipotent

omnivorous

eating almost anything, esp. both vegetables and meat

Human, voraious

onerous

burdensome; oppressive

overload, nervous

onomatopoeia

words that imitate the sounds associated with meaning

pow, poetry

vernal

occurring in spring; springlike; young

verde, fertile

synchronized

made to occur in unison; made to coincide

sync, twins

vesture

apparel; clothes; (an archaic word not often in current use)

vest, vestments

opaque

not transparent or translucent; obscure

not open, opal

opprobrium

disgrace; shame

problem, provation

opulent

tremendously wealthy; very rich or affluent

lent, tip

oracular

forecasting the future

oracle, binocular

ordinance

a law of a town or city

order, obedience

hallmark

an actual mark on objects indicating high quality, excellence

john hancock, hallowed

paragon

the finest example; a model of excellence

perfect, validvictorian

pariah

an outcast from society

pirate, hermit

hallucination

an imaginary perception

LSD, lucid

virtuoso

a master of a particular art, skill, or technique

ritual, virtual

assiduous

persistent; diligent; devotedly attentive

assistant, a student

propitious

accompanied by favorable circumstances and implications

props, popular

propound

to set forth for consideration

profound, propose

propriety

conduct that matches generally accepted standards

professional, proper

piqued

made resentful; stimulated or aroused

quip, quest

pittance

a very small amount

pit, pity

tyro

a beginner or learner

try, trial

ubiquitous

seeming to be everywhere at once; (omnipresent is sometimes used as a synonym)

bp, big lots

prosaic

ordinary; dull

pro's, not amosaic

assimilate

to absorb and make a part of

assembly, simulator

assonance

resemblance of vowel sounds resulting in partial rhyme; rough likeness

song, sonnet

assuage

to lessen in harshness; to calm or satisfy

persuade, massage

benign

of gentle disposition; not harmful

kind, nice

artifice

cleverness; ingenuity; craftiness

art, artisitc

rhetoric

effective use of words

prophet, oral

artisan

one trained in a particular art or trade; a skilled craftsman

trader, trains

ascetic

lacking all pleasure or comfort; one who lives in such manner

prostectic, accent

perceptible

noticeable; discernable

perpective, receptive

peremptory

not to be debated; decisive; final; commanding

premeier , exemplory

ascribed

alleged to come from or belong to

subscribe, prescription

aspersion

a discrediting or injurious remark

curse, spell

perennial

continuing or existing through the year or for years;

centenial, annuals

precursor

one or that which goes or occurs in advance and foretells the future; a forerunner

cursor,

predilection

a liking for; a leaning towards

direction, election

perfidious

treacherous; violating of faith or trust

pedfile, vicious

preponderance

superiority in quantity or influence

prepy, ponderosa

ribald

verbally coarse, or offensive

rival, bald

hermetically

made or treated so as to become airtight

thermal seal, medical supplies

heterogeneous

made up of unlike parts; differing in kind or quality; dissimilar

genes, retro

vested

endowed with power or authority

bullet proof vest, invested

rotund

full; plump; deep and rich in sound

round, donut

perfunctory

without genuine concern or interest; without true meaning

funk,