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idyllic
(of a place or experience) extremely pleasant, beautiful, or peaceful
roil
to (cause to) move quickly in a twisting circular movement
underbelly
the weakest or most unpleasant part of something (esp. society)
intrigue
(the making of) a secret plan to do something, especially something that will harm another person
counteract
to reduce or remove the effect of something unwanted by producing an opposite effect
preface
Introduce or begin (a speech or event) with or by doing something.
intent
Determined to do (something)
inaccessible
difficult to understand or admire
misgiving
qualm; reservation; a feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or consequences of something.
moot
having no practical significance
topical
relating to things that are happening at present
retroactive
taking effect from a date in the past.
gusto
eager enjoyment; zest; enthusiasm
foreboding
a feeling that something very bad is going to happen soon
elegant
(of a scientific theory or solution to a problem) pleasingly ingenious and simple.
artifice
deception; trickery
toil
to work very hard and/or for a long time, usually doing hard physical work
perseverance
Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
squelch
to quickly end something that is causing you problems
imperil
to put something or someone at risk or in danger of being harmed or destroyed
hold forth
Talk lengthily, assertively, or tediously about a subject.
venue
the place where a public event or meeting happens
reverberate
(of a loud noise) be repeated several times as an echo.
zealous
enthusiastic and eager
plagiarism
using another person's ideas or work and pretend that it is your own
(in the) offing
likely to happen soon
undertaking
1. a job, business, or piece of work/// 2.a formal promise
plague
Cause continual trouble or distress to/// Pester or harass (someone) continually
fervor
Intense and passionate feeling
vex
Make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters
agog
very eager or curious to hear or see something.
counter-intuitive
not happenning in the way you would expect it to
far-reaching
to have a great influence on many people or things
cognizant
understanding or realizing something