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aberration
something that differs from the norm
to abhor
to hate, detest
acquiesce
to agree without protesting
alacrity
eagerness, speed
amiable
friendly
to appease
to calm, satisfy
arcane
bscure, secret, known only by a few
avarice
excessive greed
brazen
excessively clear and obvious
brusque
short, abrupt, dismissive
to cajole
to urge, coax
callous
adj. cold, unfeeling
candor
honesty, frankness
to chide
to voice disapproval
circumspect
adj. cautious
clandestine
secret
to coerce
to make somebody do something by force or threat
coherent
logically consistent, intelligible
complacency
self-satisfied ignorance of danger
confidant
a person entrusted with secrets
to connive
to plot, scheme
cumulative
adj. increasing, building upon itself
to debase
to lower the quality or esteem of something
to decry
to criticize openly
deferential
adj. showing respect for another’s authority
demure
adj. quiet, modest, reserved
to deride
to laugh at mockingly, scorn
despot
one who has total power and rules brutally
diligent
showing care in doing one’s work
elated
adj. overjoyed, thrilled
eloquent
expressive, articulate, moving
to embezzle
to steal money by falsifying records
empathy
sensitivity to another’s feelings as if they were one’s own
enmity
ill will, hatred, hostility
erudite
learned
to extol
to praise, revere
to fabricate
to make up, invent
feral
adj. wild, savage
flabbergasted
astounded
to forsake
to give up, renounce
fractious
troublesome or irritable
furtive
secretive, sly
gluttony
overindulgence in food or drink
gratuitous
uncalled for, unwarranted
daughty
disdainfully proud
hypocrisy
pretending to believe what one does not
impeccable
exemplary, flawless
impertinent
adj. rude, insolent
implacable
incapable of being appeased or mitigated
impudent
casually rude, insolent, impertinent
incisive
adj. clear, sharp, direct
indolent
adj. lazy
inept
not suitable or capable, unqualified
infamy
notoriety, extreme ill repute
to inhibit
to prevent, restrain, stop
innate
inborn, native, inherent
insatiable
incapable of being satisfied
insular
separated and narrow-minded
intrepid
brave in the face of danger
inveterate
stubbornly established by habit