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vocab

QuestionAnswer
adept highly skilled: expert
encompass to include: contain
entrepreneur a person that organizes, manages, and takes the risk of a business undertaking
eradicate to get rid of altogether; wipe out
homogeneous made up if similar or identical parts; unvarying throughout
presumptuous too bold; overly confident
sordid Indecent; morally low; corrupt
standardize to make consistent; cause to conform to a model
stint a specific period of work or service; amount of time spent
stringent strictly controlled or enforced; strict; serve
exhort to urge with argument or strong advice; plead earnestly
flamboyant very showy; flashy; strikingly bold
foible a minor weakness or character flaw; a minor fault on behavior
innocuous harmless; inoffensive
magnanimous noble in mind and spirit; especially generous in forgiving
masochist a person who gains satisfaction from suffering physical or psychological pain
meticulous extremely careful and exact; showing great attention to details
rancor intense hatred or ill will; long-lasting
recrimination an accusation made in response to an accuser; countercharge
repugnant offensive; distasteful; repulsive
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