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  1. Garrulous
    • Excessive talk, Rambling
    • Adj.
  2. Frugal
    • Not wasteful, saving
    • Adj
  3. Taciturn
    • Shy, unwiling to talk
    • Adj
  4. Reticent
    • Reserved, diposed to be slient
    • Adj.
  5. Inquisitive
    • Eager for knowledge, to inquiry
    • Adj.
  6. Munificent
    Very generous in giving
  7. Vociferous
    Crying out noisily
  8. Dutiful
    Completing all the task that are required of you
  9. Sporadic
    Happening in very random intervals of time
  10. Eloquent
    Very power and persuasive speech
  11. Superfluous
    Being in extra, more then required
  12. Incontrovertible
    Not questionable
  13. Impervious
    Not allowing entrance
  14. Infallible
    Not capable of error or being wrong
  15. Bolstered
    A long pillow
  16. Vacillate
    To keep changing ideas
  17. Embroiled
    To become deeply invovled
  18. Affinity
    Attraction
  19. Perverse
    To do some thing deliberately that is unreasonable and results in harm
  20. Conciliate
    To appease, to end a disagreement
  21. Excacerbate
    To make a problem worse
  22. Paradigm
    To be an example of, a pattern
  23. Inception
    To start, the beginning of something
  24. Periphery
    To be on the edge of something
  25. Prophetic
    To describe or suggest that actually happend
  26. Expatriate
    Someone who lives in a country that is not their own
  27. Wayward
    To behave in a selfish, bad or unpredictable, and are difficult to control
  28. Atrocities
    Very cruel, shocking action
  29. Ineffectual
    Failure to do what is expected
  30. Indictments
    If you say that one thing is an indictment of another thing , you mean that is shows how bad the other thing is
  31. Clamorous
    To talk loud or shout
  32. Mollify
    To do something to make someone less angry
  33. Abate
    To lessen
  34. Abdication
    To give up power
  35. Abberration
    Straying away from normal
  36. Abet
    To encourage wrong doing
  37. Abeyance
    Not being used at the present time
  38. Abhor
    To hate
  39. Abide
    To be faithful
  40. Abjure
    A promise to give up
  41. Abraded
    Worn away by friction
  42. Abrogate
    To take back by authority
  43. Abscond
    To run from law
  44. Abstruse
    Difficult to understand
  45. Abut
    To border
  46. Accolade
    Praise
  47. Accretion
    To add to something
  48. Adamant
    Stubborn
  49. Admonitory
    Containing warning
  50. Adorn
    To add beautu
  51. Affable
    Friendly
  52. Agog
    Eager
  53. Ail
    To be sick
  54. Alacrity
    Eager readiness
  55. Alcove
    A partially enclosed place
  56. Alloy
    To mix with something inferior
  57. Aloof
    Indifferent
  58. Amalgamate
    To combine
  59. Ambiguous
    Unclear
  60. Ambivalent
    Having different meanings
  61. Ameliorate
    To make better
  62. Amortize
    To pay back debt in regular payments
  63. Antithetical
    Direct opposite
  64. Apartheid
    Brutal racial discrimination
  65. Aplomb
    Self confidence
  66. Apostate
    One who abandons beliefs
  67. Apotheosis
    Glorification to godiness
  68. Apprehensive
    Feeling fear of the future
  69. Apprise
    To inform
  70. Approbation
    Approval
  71. Apt
    Well-suited
  72. Ardor
    Enthusiasm
  73. Arduous
    Laborious
  74. Argot
    Jargon
  75. Ascetic
    Practicing self-denial
  76. Ascribe
    To consider to be the origin
  77. Aseptic
    Surgically clean
  78. Asperity
    Harshness
  79. Aspersions
    Slander
  80. Assail
    To attack violently
  81. Assiduous
    Hard-working
  82. Assuage
    To make less
  83. Astringent
    Substance that shrinks
  84. Astute
    Clever
  85. Atonement
    Repayment
  86. Attenuate
    To make thin
  87. Attune
    To bring harmony
  88. Audacious
    Bold
  89. Augury
    Omen
  90. August
    Majestic
  91. Auspicous
    Favorable,likely to happen
  92. Austere
    Severely moral
  93. Auxiliary
    Supporting
  94. Avid
    Eager
  95. Avow
    Declare openly
  96. Baleful
    Harmful
  97. Balk
    To get in the way of
  98. Baneful
    Causing harm
  99. Barren
    Unable to have childern
  100. Bask
    To enjoy warmth and light
  101. Beatify
    To bless
  102. Bedizen
    To adorn in a cheap and showy way
  103. Belabor
    To beat hard
  104. Bellicose
    Warlike
  105. Bequest
    Act of passing on to another
  106. Berate
    To scold sharply
  107. Bereft
    To rob of something
  108. Bilge
    The flat bottom part of the ship
  109. Blandishments
    Flattery
  110. Blatant
    Obvious way
  111. Boisterous
    Noisy
  112. Bolster
    To give greatly needed support
  113. Boorish
    Rude
  114. Brash
    Hasty
  115. Broach
    To begin to talk about
  116. Brook
    To tolerate
  117. Burgeon
    To begin to grow
  118. Burnish
    To polish
  119. Cabal
    To scheme
  120. Cadge
    To get by begging
  121. Cajole
    To use flattery to persuade
  122. Calipers
    Metal leg support
  123. Calumny
    To talk bad about, slander
  124. Candid
    Straight forward
  125. Cant
    Insincere talk
  126. Cantankerous
    Bad tempered
  127. Canvass
    To discuss throughly
  128. Castigate
    To correct with punishment
  129. Castigation
    Severe punishment
  130. Catalyst
    To speed up a reaction
  131. Caustic
    Sarcastic
  132. Censure
    Strongly disagree
  133. Chary
    Cautious
  134. Chastened
    Cautious
  135. Chastisement
    Punishment
  136. Chauvinist
    A blind devoted patriot
  137. Chicanery
    Trickery
  138. Churl
    Bad tempered person
  139. Cloture
    Method to end a debate
  140. Coddle
    To treat with care
  141. Coerce
    To force to, to compel
  142. Coeval
    Coexisting
  143. Cogent
    Convincing
  144. Cogitate
    To meditate
  145. Cognizant
    Fully aware
  146. Collusion
    Secret meetings
  147. Combustion
    The process of burning
  148. Complaisance
    Willingness to please
  149. Compunction
    Feeling regret
  150. Congeal
    To make stiff
  151. Connoisseur
    Person with good judge
  152. Consternation
    Fear
  153. Contrite
    Feeling regert
  154. Contumacious
    Rebellious
  155. Conundrum
    Riddle
  156. Corroboration
    To confirm
  157. Countenance
    To approve of
  158. Countervail
    Counterblance
  159. Covert
    Disguised
  160. Covetous
    Desirous
  161. Cower
    Crouch back in fear
  162. Coy
    Shy
  163. Crass
    Crude
  164. Craven
    Cowardly
  165. Dainty
    Delicate
  166. Daunt
    Intimidate
  167. Dawdler
    Slow person
  168. Dearth
    Shortage
  169. Debacle
    Sudden disaster
  170. Decornum
    Properness
  171. Decree
    Order given bu authority
  172. Decry
    To disapprove of
  173. Defer
    To give away in respect
  174. Deluge
    Flood
  175. Demagogue
    Appeals by way of emotion not by reason
  176. Demur
    To hesitate
  177. Denigrate
    To belittle
  178. Dénouement
    Unraveling of a plot
  179. Deplete
    To use until none remains
  180. Deposition
    Dethronement
  181. Derelication
    Leaving to fall in ruins
  182. Derision
    Ridicule
  183. Derivative
    Obtained from another source
  184. Derogatory
    Insulting
  185. Descry
    To carch sight of
  186. Desiccant
    Substance that absorbs moisture
  187. Desuetude
    Disuse
  188. Desultory
    Haphazard
  189. Deter
    To discourage
  190. Detraction
    Verbal attack
  191. Detumescence
    Diminishing of swelling
  192. Deviance
    Stray from normal
  193. Dexterity
    Skill
  194. Diaphanous
    Gauzy
  195. Diatribe
    Verbal attack
  196. Diffidence
    Shyness
  197. Dilate
    To become larger
  198. Disallow
    To refuse to allow
  199. Discern
    See with effort
  200. Discomfit
    Confuse
  201. Disconcert
    To upset
  202. Discountenance
    To refuse to approve
  203. Discourse
    Speech
  204. Discredit
    Refuse to approve
  205. Discreet
    Prudent
  206. Discrete
    Individually distinct
  207. Disdain
    Look on with contempt
  208. Disencumber
    Free from burden
  209. Disheveled
    Untidy
  210. Disingenuous
    Cunning
  211. Disinter
    Dig up from the earth
  212. Dislodge
    Force from the place occupied
  213. Dismal
    Gloomy
  214. Disparate
    Different
  215. Disproof
    Proof to the contrary
  216. Distraught
    Upset in mind
  217. Divergence
    Getting farther apart
  218. Dogmatic
    Without room for discussion

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