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Jubilant

Showing great joy, satisfaction, or triumph




Ex: The jubilant young girl jumped and clapped her hands at the sight of the butterfly-shaped balloon.

Synonyms: Happy, joyful

Abase

To lower in rank, dignity, or reputation




Ex: The boy was abased for lying.

Synonyms: Degrade, debase

Adverse

Not favorable; Hostile




Ex: The girl, unfortunately, was adversely criticized.

Synonyms: Negative, unfriendly

Affluent

Having plenty of money, property, or possessions




Ex: The affluent man had no trouble sending all 12 of his kids to college.

Synonyms: Wealthy, rich

Boisterous

A person, event, or behavior that is very noisy and active in a lively way



Ex: The boisterous crowd cheered as the singer came out on stage.

Synonyms: Rowdy, rambunctious

Candor

The quality of being open, sincere, and honest



Ex: The girl spoke with candor about her feelings toward the boy.

Synonyms: Honesty, straightforwardness

Provinicial

Narrow-minded

Provinicial

Narrow-minded

Placate

To please, especially by making concessions

Milieu

Environment