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Acrid having an irritatingly strong and unpleasant taste or smell.
Adulate praise (someone) excessively or obsequiously.
Agrarian of or relating to cultivated land or the cultivation of land.
Anarchy a state of disorder due to absence or no recognition of authority.
Animosity strong hostility.
Anomalous deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected.
Arcane understood by few; mysterious or secret.
Ascetic characterized by or suggesting the practice of severe self-discipline and abstention from all forms of indulgence, typically for religious reasons.
Astute having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one's advantage.
Censure express severe disapproval of (someone or something), typically in a formal statement.
Circumspect wary and unwilling to take risks.
Clandestine kept secret or done secretively, especially because illicit.
Culinary of or for cooking.
Decimate kill, destroy, or remove a large percentage or part of.
Dissolute lax in morals; licentious.
Fastidious very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail.
Fortuitous happening by accident or chance rather than design.
Frugal sparing or economical with regard to money or food.
Fulsome complimentary or flattering to an excessive degree.
Funereal having the mournful, somber character appropriate to a funeral.
Futility pointlessness or uselessness.
Hedonistic engaged in the pursuit of pleasure; sensually self-indulgent.
Idyllic (especially of a time or place) like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque.
Impervious not allowing fluid to pass through
Incongruous not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
Indulgent having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous to or lenient with someone.
Ineptitude a lack of skill, ability, or competence
Inevitable certain to happen; unavoidable.
Instigate bring about or initiate (an action or event).
Invective insulting, abusive, or highly critical language.
Languish of a person or other living thing) lose or lack vitality; grow weak or feeble.
Latent (of a quality or state) existing but not yet developed or manifest; hidden; concealed.
Lethargy a lack of energy and enthusiasm.
Levity humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious matter with humor or in a manner lacking due respect.
Lucid expressed clearly; easy to understand.
Magnanimity the fact or condition of being magnanimous; generosity.
Malleable (of a metal or other material) able to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shape without breaking or cracking.
Mercurial (of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind.
Mitigate Make less severe, serious, or painful
Obliterate destroy utterly; wipe out.
Obscure not discovered or known about; uncertain.
Officious assertive of authority in an annoyingly domineering way, especially with regard to petty or trivial matters.
Opulent ostentatiously rich and luxurious or lavish.
Ostensible stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.
Perfidious deceitful and untrustworthy.
Persevere continue in a course of action even in the face of difficulty or with little or no prospect of success.
Ponderous slow and clumsy because of great weight.
Precipitous dangerously high or steep.
Pristine in its original condition; unspoiled.
Prodigal spending money or resources freely and recklessly; wastefully extravagant.
Reticence remaining silent
Reticent not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily.
Servile having or showing an excessive willingness to serve or please others
Superficial existing or occurring at or on the surface.
Transgression an act that goes against a law, rule, or code of conduct; an offense.
Unmitigated absolute; unqualified.
Veracity conformity to facts; accuracy.
Viscosity the state of being thick, sticky, and semi fluid in consistency, due to internal friction.
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