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Affluent Abounding (“rich”) in anything; wealthy (adjective)
Benevolent Well-meaning and kindly (adjective)
Concede To admit that something is true or valid after first denying or resisting it (verb)
Cynical Believing that people are motivated purely by self-interest; distrustful of human sincerity or integrity (adjective)
Fledgling Having the qualities of a person or organization that is immature, inexperienced, or underdeveloped. (adjective)
Grimace An ugly, twisted expression on a person's face, typically expressing disgust, pain, or wry amusement (noun or verb)
Halitosis Technical term for bad breath (noun)
Harrumph to clear the throat in a pompous way; to express dissatisfaction, disdain or unhappiness (verb)
Heaping to accord or bestow lavishly or in large quantities (verb)
Insufferable Too extreme to bear; intolerable (adjective)
Intuitive Using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive (Adjective)
Monger A person who attempts to stir up or spread something that is usually petty or discreditable —often used in combination with another word. Examples: warmonger; rumormonger; hatemonger. ( Noun)
Piety The quality of being religious or reverent - (noun)
Proximity Nearness in space, time, or relationship (noun)
Putrid Decaying or rotting, animal or vegetable matter (adjective)
Rasping Harsh sounding and unpleasant; grating (adjective)
Reprimand - To rebuke (or criticize) severely, especially in a formal way (verb)- A rebuke (or criticism), especially an official one (noun)
Reveille A signal sounded especially on a bugle or drum to wake personnel in the armed forces.
Skirmish An episode of irregular or unpremeditated fighting, especially between small or outlying parts of armies or fleets.(noun)
Zeal Great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective (noun)
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