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bandy to discuss lightly; to toss back and forth.
degenerated to have grown worse or deteriorated.
flay to strip off the skin, as with a whip; to scold harshly.
supplication a petition; a prayer; to ask humbly and earnestly.
assailed to have attacked violently with arguments, words, or questions; to have assaulted.
shibboleth a distinctive slogan used by members of the same group;
rationalize to try to explain away.
efficacious producing the desired result.
peripheral away from the central part; unessential.
malevolent spiteful; wishing harm or evil to others.
equestrian a rider of horses; anything pertaining to horses.
convivial one who is fond of socializing, eating and drinking with friends; festive.
debonair graceful; charming; smooth; seemingly carefree.
fastidious overly dainty; easily disgusted; hard to please.
heinous vile; grossly wicked and hateful; abominable.
imperious domineering; overbearing; arrogant.
palliate to ease without curing; to lessen the intensity of something.
chagrin a feeling of embarrassment, disappointment, or distress.
relent to give in or yield to something.
felony a crime of such seriousness that it is punishable by a severe sentence.
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