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egotist think you know everything
bigamy two marriages
anthropologist the study of the development of the human race
misanthrope you don't like anyone mad at the world or the human race
ambidextrous able to use both hands with equal skill
misogamist don't want to get married you believe it's to much work or you don't like the responsibility that comes with it
introvert someone that likes to stay in. keep to them self
gauche offer of sympathy is so bumbling as to be embarrassing, clumsiness
altruist the opposite of a egotist their thoughtful to other people
extrovert have a lot of energy, and like to go out and talk to people
monogamy custom of only one marriage
ambivert you have both extrovert and introvert tendencies your both inward and outward
misogynist you do not appreciate women you think their no good.
philanthropist loves mankind and make financial contributions
gynecologist the medical specialists treats female disorders.
polygyny many women
ascetic you believe that you suffer here on earth to have a better afterlife
polyandry when a woman has two or more husbands
adroit skillful in the mental facilities
dexterity means skill
sinister threatening, evil,or dangerous
egocentric intolerable
altercation verbal dispute
alternate a change a making into something other
egomaniac is dangerous and slightly mad
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