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Feculent foul, disgusting
Amorous affectionate, loving (especially a romantic sense)
Refractory stubborn
Pompous proud, arrogant
Belligerent aggressive or hostile
Subjugate to bring under submission; to control
Perambulate to wander through
Synthesize to combine into a single unit
Perceive to recognize, to identify, to understand
Convene to meet together
Sequester to set apart
Lucid characterized by clear perception or understanding
Reprehend to scold, reprove, or chide
Gregarious sociable, talkative
Bellow to roar, to violently shout
Fidelity loyalty
Sacrosanct sacred or holy
Animosity feeling of strong dislike
Loquacious talkative
Nonplussed confused
Philanthropy the generous giving of one's resources to help others
Fortitude calmness of mind in dangerous or chaotic situations
Refulgent shining
Culpable guilty, blamable
Circumvent to get around; dodge
Hyperbole exaggeration
Euphemism a polite term used in place of an offensive one
Repugnant objectionable or offensive
Vociferous crying out noisily
Aspiration strong desire, longing, or aim; an ambition
Cognizant aware of something
Concise brief, to the point with no extra words or information
Corpulent fat
Commiserate to sympathize with someone or something
Demagogue a corrupt leader who tells people what they want to hear; often plays
Deflect to turn away from a true or correct course
Emissary a messenger
Egocentric self-centered
Gastronome a chef or gourmet cook
Hedonism seeking out pleasure as the sole aim of life (usually considered negative)
Compunction feeling of remorse
Convivial jovial or festive
Discursive rambling
Dolorous full of grief
Exculpate to free from blame
Carnage slaughter, butchery, massacre
Chronicle to write or record an account of events as they happen
Dynamic energetic,enthused, actively effective
Elucidate to explain
Expedite to speed up a process; to hasten
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