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a feeling of hopelessness, not caring, no affect, not feeling one way or another about something apathy
feeling like sympathy, but the person has been through the same experience empathy
contempt disgust,hatred
an orderly, manner-filled presence decorum
a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area, to (verb)bombard (someone) with something barrage
a young bird learning to fly, a person or organization that is immature, inexperienced, or underdeveloped fledgling
the face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space, front, facean outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pleasant or creditable reality. facade
penchant a desire, a strong interest
someone who is "for" or fighting FOR a cause (opposite of against--con) proponent
throughout, soaked penetrate permeate
condescend rude, contemptuous, talking down to someone
to punch over and over, hitting continuously pummel
to bring together, to help make conflicting people or groups come to an agreement mediate
to shake uncontrollably convulse
to soothe or make feel better console
detailed, specific, finely described (patterned) (spider web) intricate
the main or central focus predominant
showing great attention to detail or correct behavior punctilious
far seeing, predictive, describing someone who speaks of the future confidently prophetic
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