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Regurgitate

bring (swallowed food) up again to the mouth."gulls regurgitate food for the chicks"synonyms: vomit, bring up, disgorge; archaicregorge"a ruminant continually regurgitates food from its stomach"repeat (information) without analysing or comprehending it."facts which can then be regurgitated at examinations"synonyms: repeat, say again, restate, recapitulate, iterate, reiterate, recite, rehearse, parrot; informaltrot out"I knew how to regurgitate facts for examinations"

Nifty

particularly good, skilful, or effective."nifty footwork"synonyms: skilful, capable, agile Moreattractive or stylish."a nifty black shirt"synonyms: fashionable, stylish, smart"a nifty Kevlar tracksuit"


Indeginious

Clever

Cull

past tense: culled; past participle: culled1.reduce the population of (a wild animal) by selective slaughter."some of the culled deer will be used for scientific research"synonyms: slaughter, kill, destroy; More2.select from a large quantity; obtain from a variety of sources."anecdotes culled from Greek and Roman history"synonyms: select, choose, pick, take, obtain, get, glean"anecdotes culled from Greek and Roman history"

Formidable

Extra ordinary powers

Resentful

feeling or expressing bitterness or indignation at having been treated unfairly.

indignation

feeling or showing anger or annoyance at what is perceived as unfair treatment.

Coarse

rough or harsh in texture."a coarse woollen cloth"synonyms: rough, bristly, scratchy, prickly, hairy, shaggy, wiry"coarse blankets"2.(of a person or their speech) rude or vulgar."a man of coarse speech"synonyms: oafish, loutish, boorish, churlish, uncouth, rude, discourteous, impolite, ungentlemanly, unladylike, ill-mannered, uncivil, ill-bred, vulgar, common, rough, uncultured, uncivilized, crass, foul-mouthed; More

Forage

gerund or present participle: foraging(of a person or animal) search widely for food or provisions."the birds forage for aquatic invertebrates, insects, and seeds"obtain (food or provisions) by searching."a girl foraging grass for oxen"search (a place) so as to obtain food."units that were foraging a particular area"synonyms: hunt, hunt around, search, look about/around/round, cast about/around/round, rummage (about/around/round), ferret (about/around), root about/around, scratch about/around, nose around/about/round, scour, look high and low

Coercive

Relating to or using force or threats i.e. coercive measures

Coherence

Quality of Being Logical and consistent

cohesion

action or fact of forming a united whole i.e. unity

Exodus

Mass Departure of People