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circumscribe
v. to limit, restrict, confine, hem in, fix the boundaries of
dearth
n. a lack, scarcity, insufficiency, inadequate supply of something needed
ingratiating
adj. flattering, attempting to win approval or curry favor, trying to gain acceptance, done to charm or please another
mercenary
adj. greedy, done for payment only, motivated by a selfish desire for money or other reward
extemporize
v. to improvise, to speak or compose with little or no preparation or practice, perform something in an offhand or unpremeditated way
erudite
adj. learned, scholarly, possessing extensive knowledge acquired chiefly from books
austere
adj. severe, somber, stern, serious, grim, grave, dour
laconic
adj. using few words, briefly and often bluntly expressed
ameliorate
v. to make or become better or more tolerable, improve, amend, correct, reform, rectify, raise the condition or state of
expunge
v. to erase, delete, cancel; punch, strike, or wipe out; eradicate, obliterate