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censure
censure An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
censure To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity
censure to condemn or reprove
refute To prove to be false or erroneous; overthrow by argument or proof
refute To deny the accuracy or truth of
refute To repudiate.
refute Deny or contradict (a statement or accusation)
contrite Feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offenses; penitent.
contrite Arising from or expressing remorse or sins
contrite Feeling or expressing remorse at the recognition that one has done wrong.
supplicant Making or expressing a plea, especially to someone in power or authority.
supplicant A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
supplicant (verb form) A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
eviscerate To remove the entrails of; disembowel.
eviscerate To take away a vital or essential part of; weaken, damage, or destroy
eviscerate To remove the contents of (an organ).
eviscerate To remove an organ, such as an eye, from (a patient).
meretricious Attracting attention in a vulgar manner
meretricious Plausible but false or insincere; specious
meretricious Of or relating to prostitutes or prostitution
meretricious Apparently attractive but having no real value.
meretricious synonym to tawdry
interloper One that interferes with the affairs of others, often for selfish reasons; a meddler.
interloper One that intrudes in a place, situation, or activity
interloper One that trespasses on a trade monopoly, as by conducting unauthorized trade in an area designated to a chartered company.
interloper A ship or other vessel used in such trade.
interloper A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
demur To voice opposition; object
demur An objection.
demur To delay.
demur Raise objections or show reluctance.
demur The action of objecting to or hesitating over something.
tentative Not fully worked out, concluded, certain, or agreed on; provisional
tentative Indicating a lack of confidence or certainty; hesitant
compunction A feeling of guilt or moral scruple that prevents or follows the doing of something bad.
compunction synonym to a contrite
compunction A strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
compunction A sting of conscience or a pang of doubt aroused by wrongdoing or the prospect of wrongdoing
abet To approve, encourage, and support (an action or a plan of action); urge and help on.
abet Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.
abet providing support
mellifluous (of a sound) pleasingly smooth and musical to hear.
mellifluous Having a pleasant and fluid sound
mellifluous mellow and soft
mellifluous antonym to cacophonous
schism A separation or division into factions
schism A formal breach of union within a religious body, especially a Christian church.
schism b. The offense of attempting to produce such a breach.
schism A split or division between strongly opposed sections or parties, caused by differences in opinion or belief
tout To promote or praise energetically in attempt to sell; publicize
tout To solicit or importune (request)
tout To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.
tout To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
tout One who informs against others; an informer.
tout Spy out the movements and condition of (a racehorse in training) in order to gain information to be used when betting.
tout A person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
tout Used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance.
noisome Offensive to the point of arousing disgust; foul
noisome Harmful or dangerous
noisome Having an extremely offensive smell.
noisome Very disagreeable or unpleasant.
skeptic One who instinctively or habitually doubts, questions, or disagrees with assertions or generally accepted conclusions.
skeptic One inclined to skepticism in religious matters.
skeptic A person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions
skeptic Not easily convinced
collude To act together, often in secret, to achieve an illegal or improper purpose
collude to connive or conspire
impervious . Incapable of being penetrated
impervious Incapable of being affected
impervious inpenatrable
impervious resistant to
impervious Not allowing fluid to pass through.
censure
censure An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
cacophony a racket (sound)
censure To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity
instill To introduce by gradual, persistent efforts; implant
censure to condemn or reprove
instill to inculcate or imbue
refute To prove to be false or erroneous; overthrow by argument or proof
instill Put (a substance) into something in the form of liquid drops.
refute To deny the accuracy or truth of
tawdry Showy but cheap and of poor quality.
refute To repudiate.
refute Deny or contradict (a statement or accusation)
tawdry Shameful or indecent
contrite Feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offenses; penitent.
rift A crack, split, or break in something.
contrite Arising from or expressing remorse or sins
contrite Feeling or expressing remorse at the recognition that one has done wrong.
rift To split open; break.
supplicant Making or expressing a plea, especially to someone in power or authority.
rift . A shallow area in a waterway.
supplicant A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
supplicant (verb form) A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
remonstrate Make a forcefully reproachful protest.
eviscerate To remove the entrails of; disembowel.
remonstrate sold or repremend something because you do not agree with something
eviscerate To take away a vital or essential part of; weaken, damage, or destroy
eviscerate To remove the contents of (an organ).
vaunted Speech of extravagant self-praise.
eviscerate To remove an organ, such as an eye, from (a patient).
meretricious Attracting attention in a vulgar manner
meretricious Plausible but false or insincere; specious
meretricious Of or relating to prostitutes or prostitution
meretricious Apparently attractive but having no real value.
meretricious synonym to tawdry
interloper One that interferes with the affairs of others, often for selfish reasons; a meddler.
interloper One that intrudes in a place, situation, or activity
interloper One that trespasses on a trade monopoly, as by conducting unauthorized trade in an area designated to a chartered company.
interloper A ship or other vessel used in such trade.
interloper A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
demur To voice opposition; object
demur An objection.
demur To delay.
demur Raise objections or show reluctance.
demur The action of objecting to or hesitating over something.
tentative Not fully worked out, concluded, certain, or agreed on; provisional
tentative Indicating a lack of confidence or certainty; hesitant
compunction A feeling of guilt or moral scruple that prevents or follows the doing of something bad.
compunction synonym to a contrite
compunction A strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
compunction A sting of conscience or a pang of doubt aroused by wrongdoing or the prospect of wrongdoing
abet To approve, encourage, and support (an action or a plan of action); urge and help on.
abet Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.
abet providing support
mellifluous (of a sound) pleasingly smooth and musical to hear.
mellifluous Having a pleasant and fluid sound
mellifluous mellow and soft
mellifluous antonym to cacophonous
schism A separation or division into factions
schism A formal breach of union within a religious body, especially a Christian church.
schism b. The offense of attempting to produce such a breach.
schism A split or division between strongly opposed sections or parties, caused by differences in opinion or belief
tout To promote or praise energetically in attempt to sell; publicize
tout To solicit or importune (request)
tout To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.
tout To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
tout One who informs against others; an informer.
tout Spy out the movements and condition of (a racehorse in training) in order to gain information to be used when betting.
tout A person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
tout Used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance.
noisome Offensive to the point of arousing disgust; foul
noisome Harmful or dangerous
noisome Having an extremely offensive smell.
noisome Very disagreeable or unpleasant.
skeptic One who instinctively or habitually doubts, questions, or disagrees with assertions or generally accepted conclusions.
skeptic One inclined to skepticism in religious matters.
skeptic A person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions
skeptic Not easily convinced
collude To act together, often in secret, to achieve an illegal or improper purpose
collude to connive or conspire
impervious . Incapable of being penetrated
impervious Incapable of being affected
impervious inpenatrable
impervious resistant to
impervious Not allowing fluid to pass through.
cacophony jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
cacophony A harsh discordant mixture of sounds.
cacophony a racket (sound)
instill To introduce by gradual, persistent efforts; implant
instill Gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a person's mind.
instill to inculcate or imbue
instill Put (a substance) into something in the form of liquid drops.
tawdry Showy but cheap and of poor quality.
tawdry Sordid or unpleasant.
tawdry Cheap and gaudy finery.
tawdry Shameful or indecent
rift A crack, split, or break in something.
rift A major fault separating blocks of the earth's surface
rift A serious break in friendly relations.
rift To split open; break.
rift . A shallow area in a waterway.
rift The backwash of a wave that has broken upon a beach.
remonstrate To say or plead in protest, objection, or reproof.
remonstrate Make a forcefully reproachful protest.
remonstrate sold or repremend something because you do not agree with something
vaunted To speak or write about (something) in a strongly positive way; praise or boast about.
vaunted To speak boastfully; brag
vaunted Speech of extravagant self-praise.
vaunted Praised about or admired, especially in an excessive way.
vaunted antonym to critisize
censure
censure An official rebuke, as by a legislature of one of its members.
censure To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity
censure to condemn or reprove
refute To prove to be false or erroneous; overthrow by argument or proof
refute To deny the accuracy or truth of
refute To repudiate.
refute Deny or contradict (a statement or accusation)
contrite Feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offenses; penitent.
contrite Arising from or expressing remorse or sins
contrite Feeling or expressing remorse at the recognition that one has done wrong.
supplicant Making or expressing a plea, especially to someone in power or authority.
supplicant A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
supplicant (verb form) A person making a humble or earnest plea to someone in power or authority.
eviscerate To remove the entrails of; disembowel.
eviscerate To take away a vital or essential part of; weaken, damage, or destroy
eviscerate To remove the contents of (an organ).
eviscerate To remove an organ, such as an eye, from (a patient).
meretricious Attracting attention in a vulgar manner
meretricious Plausible but false or insincere; specious
meretricious Of or relating to prostitutes or prostitution
meretricious Apparently attractive but having no real value.
meretricious synonym to tawdry
interloper One that interferes with the affairs of others, often for selfish reasons; a meddler.
interloper One that intrudes in a place, situation, or activity
interloper One that trespasses on a trade monopoly, as by conducting unauthorized trade in an area designated to a chartered company.
interloper A ship or other vessel used in such trade.
interloper A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.
demur To voice opposition; object
demur An objection.
demur To delay.
demur Raise objections or show reluctance.
demur The action of objecting to or hesitating over something.
tentative Not fully worked out, concluded, certain, or agreed on; provisional
tentative Indicating a lack of confidence or certainty; hesitant
compunction A feeling of guilt or moral scruple that prevents or follows the doing of something bad.
compunction synonym to a contrite
compunction A strong uneasiness caused by a sense of guilt
compunction A sting of conscience or a pang of doubt aroused by wrongdoing or the prospect of wrongdoing
abet To approve, encourage, and support (an action or a plan of action); urge and help on.
abet Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong, in particular to commit a crime.
abet providing support
mellifluous (of a sound) pleasingly smooth and musical to hear.
mellifluous Having a pleasant and fluid sound
mellifluous mellow and soft
mellifluous antonym to cacophonous
schism A separation or division into factions
schism A formal breach of union within a religious body, especially a Christian church.
schism b. The offense of attempting to produce such a breach.
schism A split or division between strongly opposed sections or parties, caused by differences in opinion or belief
tout To promote or praise energetically in attempt to sell; publicize
tout To solicit or importune (request)
tout To solicit customers, votes, or patronage, especially in a brazen way.
tout To obtain and deal in information on racehorses.
tout One who informs against others; an informer.
tout Spy out the movements and condition of (a racehorse in training) in order to gain information to be used when betting.
tout A person who buys up tickets for an event to resell them at a profit.
tout Used before the name of a city to refer to its high society or people of importance.
noisome Offensive to the point of arousing disgust; foul
noisome Harmful or dangerous
noisome Having an extremely offensive smell.
noisome Very disagreeable or unpleasant.
skeptic One who instinctively or habitually doubts, questions, or disagrees with assertions or generally accepted conclusions.
skeptic One inclined to skepticism in religious matters.
skeptic A person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions
skeptic Not easily convinced
collude To act together, often in secret, to achieve an illegal or improper purpose
collude to connive or conspire
impervious . Incapable of being penetrated
impervious Incapable of being affected
impervious inpenatrable
impervious resistant to
impervious Not allowing fluid to pass through.
cacophony jarring, discordant sound; dissonance
cacophony A harsh discordant mixture of sounds.
cacophony a racket (sound)
instill To introduce by gradual, persistent efforts; implant
instill Gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a person's mind.
instill to inculcate or imbue
instill Put (a substance) into something in the form of liquid drops.
tawdry Showy but cheap and of poor quality.
tawdry Sordid or unpleasant.
tawdry Cheap and gaudy finery.
tawdry Shameful or indecent
rift A crack, split, or break in something.
rift A major fault separating blocks of the earth's surface
rift A serious break in friendly relations.
rift To split open; break.
rift . A shallow area in a waterway.
rift The backwash of a wave that has broken upon a beach.
remonstrate To say or plead in protest, objection, or reproof.
remonstrate Make a forcefully reproachful protest.
remonstrate sold or repremend something because you do not agree with something
vaunted To speak or write about (something) in a strongly positive way; praise or boast about.
vaunted To speak boastfully; brag
vaunted Speech of extravagant self-praise.
vaunted Praised about or admired, especially in an excessive way.
vaunted antonym to critisize
conjecture Opinion or judgment based on inconclusive or incomplete evidence; guesswork
conjecture An unproven mathematical or scientific theorem.
conjecture An opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.
conjecture a presumption
conjecture Form an opinion or supposition about (something) on the basis of incomplete information.
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