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turgid
"adj. stodgy, boring"
umbrage
n. offense
verdant
"adj. green, lush"
vestige
n. remnant
intransigent
adj. uncompromising
venerable
respectable due to age
parsimony
n. thrift or meanness in spending money
perfidious
"adj. deceitful, untrustworthy"
incorrigible
adj. unable to be corrected or restrained
obstinate
adj. stubborn
vilify
v. condemn
impervious
impenetrable
impugn
"v. challenge as false, insult, attack verbally"
incipient
adj. initial
indigent
adj. poor
indomitable
adj. impossible to be conquered
inexorable
"adj. unstoppable, unyielding"
ingenious
cleverly complicated
ingenuous
adj. honest
inimical
"adj. harmful, dangerous"
insolent
adj. willing to talk back to authority; rude
insular
"adj. island-like, detached"
inundate
v. flood
inure
v. get accustomed to
inveterate
adj. of long-established habits
licentious
"adj. bawdy, sexually liberal"
lithe
"adj. slim, athletic"
malediction
"n. the calling down of a curse, curse, slander"
malevolent
ill-meaning
maudlin
adj. sentimental
nefarious
"wicked, villainous"
neophyte
beginner
noisome
adj. unpleasantly smelly
obdurate
"adj. hard, stubborn"
oblique
to be at a slant
obstreperous
"adj. unruly, resistant to discipline"
officious
adj. intrusive in a meddling or offensive manner
oscillate
switch between two states or positions
palliate
"v. soothe, reduce the impact of"
panacea
cure for all ills
paramount
adj. supremely important
pariah
"one who has been rejected by society, social outcast"
pellucid
"adj. clear, translucent"
penchant
preference or liking
pertinacious
adj. stubbornly unyielding
platitude
n. bland trite statement
presage
act as an omen or sign
probity
"n. upprightness, honesty"
propitious
"indicating a positive future, favorable circumstances, auspicious"
proscribe
v. forbid
quixotic
"like Don Quixote, romantic and faintly preposterous"
rancor
n. hatred; malice; ill will
recapitulate
v. summarize
rectitude
n. rightness of principle or conduct
refract
v. to bend light as through a prism
replete
adj. full up
reprobate
n. immoral person
resplendent
adj. spectacular
ribald
"adj. vulgar, coarse"
rife
adj. in widespread occurrence
ruminate
"to chew on, consider or reflect deeply on something"
salient
"adj. relevant, to the point"
sanctimonious
adj. holier-than-thou
scurrilous
"remarks, articles etc contain damaging and untrue statements about someone"
sinuous
adj. curving in an s-shape
somnolent
adj. sleepy
staid
"adj. serious, sober"
stolid
adj. unemotional
subjugate
v. conquer
tortuous
"adj. twisted, complicated"
tractable
adj. easily controlled
tremulous
adj. quivering or shaking
trenchant
"adj. energetic, vigorous"
truculent
"adj. fierce, brutal"
ubiquitous
"to be everywhere, omnipresent"