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Despised to regard with contempt, distaste, disgust, or disdain; scorn; loathe
Primly formally precise or proper, as persons or behavior; stiffly neat.
hypocritical o of the nature of hypocrisy, or pretense of having virtues, beliefs, principles, etc., that one does not actually possess
Pandemonium wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos
Proverbial of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a proverb
Conspicuous easily seen or noticed; readily visible or observable
Repulsive causing repugnance or aversion
Conceited having an excessively favorable opinion of one's abilities, appearance, etc
Abruptly sudden or unexpected
Exhilaration to make somebody feel happy, excited, and more than usually vigorous and alive
Ominously suggesting or indicating that something bad is going to happen or be revealed
Stronghold a place that is fortified or that can easily be defended
Consolidated to bring businesses or business activities together, or come together, into a single unit
Lolling to relax in a reclining or leaning position
Speculation a conclusion, theory, or opinion based on incomplete facts or information
Surplus an amount remaining after the original purpose has been served or the original requirement met
Dumbfounded to make somebody temporarily speechless with astonishment
Exile unwilling absence from a home country or place of residence, whether enforced by a government or court as a punishment, or self-imposed for political or religious reasons
Reluctant feeling or showing no willingness or enthusiasm to do something
Complacent self-satisfied and unaware of possible dangers
Obliged to bind somebody morally or legally to do something
Conspiring to plan or agree in secret with others to commit an illegal or subversive act
Repent to recognize the wrong in something you have done and be sorry about it
Idly working, operating, producing, or in use
Doused to plunge or submerge somebody or something in water
Relentless never slackening, but continuing always at the same intense, demanding, or punishing level
Chaos a state of complete disorder and confusion
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