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abnormal irregular departing from usual anomalous
a damaging or derogatory statement act of slandering or defaming aspersion
extremely strange unusual atypical bizarre
abrupt blunt with no formalities brusque
to coax persuade through flattery or artifice to deceive with soothing thoughts or false promises cajole
to punish/criticize severely castigate
to plan with ingenuity invent to bring about as the result of a scheming plan contrive
a leader who exploits popular prejudices and false claims and promises in order to gain power demagogue
to free from deception or error set right in ideas or thinking disabuse
weariness and dissatisfaction from lack of occupation or interest boredom ennui
a chain or shackle placed on the feet anything that confines or restrains chain- render helplessness or impotent fetter
very wicked offensive or hateful heinous
not subject to change constant immutable
one who rebels or rises against authority rising in revolt surging or rushing in on insurgent
a delusion marked by a feeling of power wealth talent far in excess of reality megalomania
a position requiring little or no work easy job sinecure
stelathy secret intended to escape observation made or accomplished by fraud surreptitious
to go beyond the limit or boundary sin violate law transgress
to change from one nature substance or form to another transmute
performed suffered or otherwise expeirenced by one person in place of another vicarious
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