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Tough Vocab Words

Apathy A feeling of hopelessness, not caring, no affect, not feeling one way or another about something.
Contempt Disgust, hatred.
Intuition A sixth sense or gut feeling.
Facade The face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space, front, facing outward appearance that is maintained to conceal a less pleasant or creditable reality.
Penchant A desire, a strong interest.
Revelation A revealing, a newly discovered notion or idea.
Proponent Someone who is for or fighting for a cause (opposite of against--con).
Permeate Throughout, soaked penetrate.
Meditate To bring together, to help make conflicting people or groups come to an agreement.
Convulse To shake uncontrollably.
Console To soothe or make feel better.
Indignant Angry, stubborn, rebellious.
Predominant The main or central focus.
Defiant Angry, stubborn, aggressively resisting.
Punctilious Showing great attention to detail or correct behavior.
Vigilant Watchful, aware.
Incessant Nonstop, continuing without pause or interruption.
Timorous Timid, shy, nervous.
Redundant No longer needed, superfluous(extra), omitted without loss.
Prophetic Far seeing, predictive, describing someone who speaks of the future confidently.
Obstinate Stubborn.
Pensive Reflecting deep or profound thought.
Indigenous Native to an area.
Methodical Logical, analytic, efficient, following structure or form.
Austicous Promising, favorable, giving a sign of future success.
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