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TermDefinition
Radiates To give off a feeling (she radiated sadness)
Stupor A state of insensibility (a drunken stupor)
Unfathomable Incapable of fully understanding
Incredulous Unable to believe something
Disgusted A response or revulsion to something "gross"
Unceasingly Doing something without ceasing or stopping
Ornery Being combative and having a bad mood
Sagely Having a smart or wise behavior
Eluded Escaping from a dangerous person, situation, enemy, usually in a smart way
Passionately Showing an act of strong feelings for someone or something
Incidentally When someone adds something to the current topic of discussion
Gingerly Doing or behaving in a cautious way
Individual Being your own person/by yourself
Aloof Being aloof is being distant or withdrawn around people, most common is being shy
Ruefully A way of expressing regret or sorrow but through a funny manner
Conviction When the verdict of a jury declares someone guilty of a criminal offense; "Suzie was convicted for third degree murder"
Sympathetic Showing sympathy (pity/sorrow) towards someone
Subsides Being less intense, violent, or severe
Realized Finally understanding something clearly
Mimicking Imitating someone or their words, through ridicule or for attention
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