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Decline
1. Decrease, reduce 2.politely refuse (an invitation or offer)
Gather
V. Collect, come together; assemble or accumulate
Motion
Movement, locomotion
Partisan
A strong supporter of a party, cause, or person
Pattern
Habit, a repeated decorative design
Phenomena
Events
Philanthropic
Loving mankind: extremely generous; humanitarian
Placid
Peaceful, calm, not easily upset or excited
Plentiful
Abundant, existing in or yielding great quantities
Reaction
Response to something done,felt or thought in response to a situation or event
Rhythm
Pulse
Scenic
picturesque, pretty, pleasing, attractive
Shallow
Superficial, perfunctory, of little depth
Sheltered
(of a place) protected from bad weather
Vanishing
Disappear suddenly and completely
Account
1.A report or description of an event or experience, story 2.consider or regard in a specified way 3. Bank account
Archaic
old-fashioned; outdated; antiquated; ancient
Enlighten
V. Instruct, to educate, to give information or knowledge to somebody
Hasten
Accelerate; Expedite; speed up
Hue
Color
Inactive
Idle; not active
Intricate
Very complicated or detailed, complex, having many interrelated parts
Magnitude
Dimension; degree of greatness
Oblige
V. Make (someone) legally or morally bound to do something
Overlook
V. Disregard ( 1. fail to notice 2.have a view of from above)
Poll
The process of voting in an election, survey
Practical
Functional, experiential, experimental
Predominant
Core; Principal; the greatest in strength or power, the strongest or main element
Prompt
1. Done without delay; immediate. 2. V. Encourage (a hesitating speaker) to say something
Provoke
V. Trigger; to arouse strong feelings in someone
Analogous
similar to something else in certain qualities
Approximately
Around; note accurately (used to show that something is almost, but not completely, accurate or exact; roughly)
Compel
V. Oblige, force or oblige (someone) to do something
Formidable
Awesome, great in size or difficulty * inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable *
Intrusive
Annoying, causing disruption or annoyance through being unwelcome or uninvited
Periodic
Regularly; occurring in intervals
Prone
Inclined to; likely
Prophetic
Predictive; foretelling events
Proportion
A part, share, or number considered in comparative relation to a whole
Readily
Without delay or difficulty; easily, without hesitation or reluctance; willingly
Reliably
Dependably
Reluctantly
unwillingly; hesitatingly
Renown
Fame, being known by a lot of people in a good way
Revive
v. Restore to life or consciousness
Triumph
Victory; win; conquest; success, a great victory or achievement
Affordable
Economical to purchase, inexpensive, reasonably priced
Contaminate
v. Make (something) impure by exposure to or addition of a poisonous or polluting substance
Discernible
Perceptible; recognizable, able to be discerned
Flourish
v. Grow; thrive; prosper; do well; burgeon
Maintain
v. Keep the way it was, cause or enable (a condition or situation) to continue
Mediocre
Average quality, of only moderate quality, not very good
Negligible
Easy to ignore, insignificant, so small or unimportant as to be not worth considering
Parallel
Running in the same direction
Peculiar
Strange; unusual; odd; funny; curious; bizarre; weird (different to what is normal or expected )
Potent
Powerful, having great power, influence, or effect
Remarkable
worthy of attention, striking, extraordinary, exceptional
Scatter
v. Disperse; distribute
Solid
Steady
Somewhat
Slight
Tedious
Lengthy and boring; monotonous
Exhibit
v. Display
Found
v. Establish; construct
Improperly
Inappropriately
Impulsively
Doing without considering the possible dangers or problems
Infrequently
Rarely
Isolate
v. Cause (a person or place) to be alone or separate from others
Overtly
Openly
Profoundly
Deeply, in a profound way
Sharply
Quickly
Situated
Located
Subsequently
Then, afterwards, after this
Unmistakable
Not able to be mistaken for anything else, very distinctive, Indisputable, Indubitable, undoubted clear; obvious, evident, unquestionable