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  1. Idiosyncrasy
    • Peculiarity, Eccentricity, 
    • Syn:Oddity
  2. Disparate
    Different, diverse, dissimilar
  3. Palliate
    Alleviate, Assuage, Extenuate
  4. Extenuate
    • Explain a crime / sth is less serious than it seems, "Sikataga Nai" situtaion
    • Syn: Palliate, Alleviate
  5. Alleviate
    • Make sth less severe 
    • Syn: Ease, Palliate, Extenuate
  6. Extenuating
    • Extenuating Circumstances 
    • Excused to a certain degree
  7. Frisky
    Sportive
  8. frolic
    Playful,energetic,sportive
  9. Pallid
    • Lacking color or liveliness 
    • Wan, pale
  10. Wan
    Pale
  11. Acme
    Peak, Summit, Apex
  12. Apex
    Peak, summit, acme
  13. Panegyric
    Compliment, Homage
  14. Homage
    Compliment, Panegyric
  15. Magnate
    Potentate, Tycoon, luminary, dignitary
  16. Dignitary
    Magnate, Potentate, Tycoon
  17. Potentate
    Dignitary, luminary, magnate, tycoon
  18. Listless
    Lethargic, indolent, languid
  19. Indolent
    Lethargic, Lazy, Languid
  20. Languid
    Lazy, Lethargic, Indolent
  21. Dictum
    • An Authoritative statement 
    • Syn: Decree, Edict
  22. Decree
    Edict, Dictum
  23. Edict
    Decree, Dictum
  24. Hegemony
    Domination of one state or group over its allies
  25. Dilatory
    Intended to delay
  26. Larcency
    burglary
  27. Bolster
    • To support 
    • Brace, crutch
  28. Exigent
    Urgent
  29. Dilettante
    Amateur, tyro, dabbler
  30. Dabbler
    Amateur, Tyro
  31. Tyro
    Amateur, Dilettante, Dabbler
  32. Discern
    To perceive, distinguish, recognize

    Syn: Descry, Espy, Spot
  33. Descry
    Spot someone, Espy, Discern
  34. Espy
    Descry, Discern
  35. Zenith
    Acme, Pinnacle, peak
  36. Bombastic
    • Opinionated Speech
    • Exaggerated speech

    Syn: Grandiose, bloated, magniloquent,
  37. Orotund
    • Pompous / Pretentious style of writing / speechImposing, strong and forceful speech
    • Declamatory
  38. Dissonance
    Clash, Dissent, Strife, friction,
  39. Strife
    • Disagreement between 2 people 
    • Friction
  40. Dissent
    • Disagrees with sth, not mainstream
    • Dissonance, conflict
  41. iconoclast
    Rebel, nonconformist, maverick
  42. Maverick
    rebel, iconoclast, nonconformist
  43. coterie
    small, intimate, group of people with similar interest and purpose
  44. Clique
    Coterie
  45. Pithy
    Laconic, terse, concise, compact,
  46. Laconic
    Pithy, terse
  47. Dupe
    Deceive
  48. Cozen
    Dupe, trick, deceive
  49. Beguile
    Trick, Dupe, Deceive
  50. Delude
    Deceive, Dupe
  51. Attenuate
    Dilute, Enervate, Rarefy
  52. Debilitate
    Enervate, devitalize, weaken
  53. Wraith
    A ghost, Spirit, Bogeyman, phantasm
  54. Sublime
    • lofty or grand 
    • Magnificent, august,
  55. august
    sublime, impressive
  56. Exalted
    Sublime, revitalized
  57. Pompous
    Prentious, Self-important, thinks he knows everything
  58. Declamatory
    • Pompous style of speech or writing 
    • Imposing, strong and forceful speech
    • Orotund
  59. Soporific
    Sleep Inducing
  60. Altruism
    Philanthropy
  61. Venerate
    • To respect deeply 
    • Revere
  62. Revere
    venerate
  63. Stolid
    indifferent, unemotional
  64. Phlegmatic
    Calm, indifferent, unemotional
  65. Impassive
    Unemotional, indifferent
  66. Dogma
    • A firmly held opinion
    • Doctrine
  67. Doctrine
    • A firmly held opinion
    • Dogma
  68. Doctrinaire
    Dictatorial, Inflexible, Dogmatic
  69. Dogmatic
    Doctrinaire, Dictatorial, Authoritarian
  70. Imperious
    Dictatorial, domineering
  71. Abstain
    To choose not to do something
  72. Forbear
    Abstain, refrain
  73. Luminous
    Bright
  74. Sully
    To tarnish
  75. defile
    sully, spoil, tarnish
  76. Sullen
    Grumpy
  77. Surly
    Grumpy
  78. Capricious
    Changing one's mind quickly and often;unpredictable
  79. Erratic
    Whimsical, Capricious, Mercurial
  80. Mercurial
    Capricious, Whimsical, Erratic
  81. Whimsical
    Capricious, Mercurial, Erratic
  82. Exculpate
    clear from blame
  83. Exonerate
    Free from blame
  84. Absolve
    Free from blame
  85. Malediction
    Curse
  86. Imprecation
    Curse
  87. Anathema
    Sth that I dislike because it's the opposite from what I believe. 

    Racial Prejudice is an anathema to me
  88. Inexorable
    • unstoppable, relentless
    • Adamant
  89. Obdurate
    Stubborn
  90. Adamant
    • Unstoppable, relentless, determined 
    • Inexorable
  91. ingratiate
    Flatter
  92. Condone
    • To overlook, disregard
    • Exculpate
  93. Perfidious
    Willing to betray
  94. Traitorous
    willing to betray
  95. Treacherous
    Willing to betray
  96. Rhetoric
    Effective writing or speaking 

    Eloquence
  97. Reticent
    reserved
  98. taciturn
    reserved
  99. Xenophobia
    fear for foreigners or strangers
  100. Phalanx
    A compact group of people, animal, things
  101. Legion
    Phalanx
  102. Philistine
    Materialistic and lack in taste or appreciation for art and such
  103. Vulgarian
    Materialistic and lack in taste
  104. Investiture
    Inauguration, induction
  105. Induction
    Inauguration
  106. Blithe
    Joyful and care-free
  107. Wizened
    Wrinkly from ageing
  108. Invidious
    Offensive, discriminatory
  109. Resentful
    Feeling bitter or mad at sth unfair
  110. Allegory
    Metaphor
  111. Rococo
    highly ornamented style--> 18th century artistic style
  112. Prodigal
    Lavish, wasteful
  113. Laconic
    Pithy, terse
  114. Terse
    Laconic, pithy
  115. Occlude
    Block, Barricade
  116. Parry
    • To ward-off with quick witted answer
    • Evade, repel
  117. Misanthrope
    Grumpy, hate others
  118. Curmudgeon
    Grumpy
  119. Lionize
    Idolize
  120. Multifarious
    Diverse
  121. Voluble
    • Talkative, wordy
    • Loquacious, verbose
  122. Verbose
    Loquacious, Voluble
  123. Disabuse
    Correct something, free from error
  124. Innocuous
    harmless
  125. Benign
    Harmless
  126. Insipid
    lacking Interest or Flavor
  127. Pervade
    • Spread throughout a particular thing 
    • these 4 spices pervade almost every Indian dish 
    • Permeate, Penetrate
  128. Permeate
    • Spread throughout a particular thing 
    • Pervade
  129. Infuse
    Inspire, Penetrate
  130. Imbue
    Inspire or permeate with quality or feeling 

    Inspire, permeate
  131. Unequivocal
    Definitive, explicit, unambiguous
  132. Mar
    To damage, spoil
  133. Jettison
    To throw away, consider not important
  134. Lissome
    Flexible
  135. Requite
    Repay
  136. Obstinate
    • Stubborn 
    • Obdurate
  137. Pastiche
    Piece of literature or music imitating other works
  138. Mores
    Fixed Customs or morals
  139. Endemic
    Belonging to a specific area; inherent
  140. Limpid
    Clear, transparent
  141. Lachrymose
    Tearful
  142. Pungent
    Strong smell, evoking physical senses
  143. Pussilanimous
    Coward
  144. Nascent
    Immature stage of development (starting to develop)
  145. Peregrinate
    Wander around
  146. Traverse
    Wander around; Peregrinate
  147. Pulchritude
    beauty
  148. Turgid
    bloated, extended
  149. Viscous
    Thick
  150. Pristine
    Clean, fresh, pure
  151. Parley
    • Discussion, usually between enemies 
    • *Debate
  152. Molt
    shed off outer-layer of skin
  153. Pathogenic
    • Causing Disease
    • Infectious
  154. noxious
    Poisonous, harmful
  155. Rustic
    rural
  156. Ingrate
    Ungrateful person
  157. Cad
    behave dishonorable, especially towards woman
  158. Potentate
    leader / person with great power
  159. Magnate
    leader / person with great power
  160. bilk
    To cheat / trick
  161. Defraud
    to cheat / trick
  162. Sanguine
    Cheerfully Optimistic
  163. Rubby
    Red in Complexion from happiness
  164. Complexion
    General aspect & appearance of something
  165. Rubicund
    Ruddy Complexion (look red, happy, or shy)
  166. Eclectic
    Made up from a variety of sources
  167. Catholic
    broad and general --> Eclectic
  168. Pugilism
    Boxing
  169. Advocate
    to back up someone, support
  170. Corroborate
    • To support with evidence 
    • validate, verify
  171. Argot
    Jargon
  172. Placate
    Appease, please someone
  173. Conciliate
    Appease
  174. Mollify
    Appease
  175. Cacophony
    • Bad sound
    • Disharmony
  176. Mendacious
    Dishonest, lie
  177. Blight
    To damage, plague
  178. Veracity
    Fidelity, truthfulness
  179. Candor
    Honesty
  180. Probity
    Unwilling to lie, honesty
  181. Tome
    Large academic book
  182. Encomium
    • Warm Praise 
    • Panegyric, eulogy
  183. Eulogy
    Salutation, praise
  184. Abyss
    Deep hole
  185. Abysmal
    Extremely bad
  186. Insurrection
    rebellion, revolution
  187. Prevaricate
    to be ambiguous, lie
  188. Perjury
    Lie
  189. Overwrought
    Agitated, overly excited (sort of fake)
  190. Caustic
    Witty in a harsh way, sarcastic
  191. Vigorous
    • Strong, healthy and full of energy
    • Articulate
  192. Incisive
    smart, critical-thinking, intelligent
  193. Ingenuous
    innocence, simplicity --> naive
  194. Guileless
    • Innocence, simplicity
    • --> Opposite of Guile
  195. Guile
    achieving goals through deceit and trickery
  196. Cunning
    Skills in achieving goals through deceit and trickery
  197. catalyst
    stimulate, trigger something
  198. Impetus
    Stimulant
  199. Satiate
    Over-indulge, fully satisfy
  200. Clyoing
    Excess sweetness-->Disgust
  201. Surfeit
    An excessive amount of something
  202. Puerile
    Childish, immature
  203. Juvenile
    Young person, act like one
  204. palatial
    Palace like, magnificent, grand
  205. Diatribe
    Curse / criticize
  206. Harangue
    criticize
  207. tirade
    criticize
  208. Invective
    Swear
  209. nettle
    Irritate
  210. vex
    irritate
  211. Stasis
    Equilibrium, stagnation
  212. perfunctory
    • Robotic, lack of motion, apathetic in working manner 
    • Done in a routine way
  213. Inundate
    Overflow
  214. Spartan
    Austerity, frugal, strict
  215. Paradox
    Dilemma
  216. Evasive
    Equivocate
  217. Waffling
    Equivocate
  218. Engender
    To cause something to happen
  219. Beget
    Bring something into existence
  220. Enervate
    Weaken
  221. Debilitate
    Weaken
  222. Enfeeble
    To weaken
  223. Panache
    Flamboyant in style and action
  224. Flair
    Stylishness and Originality
  225. Flair
    Ability to do something well, Gifted, talent
  226. Aptitude
    Talent, gifted
  227. Proclivity
    • Natural Inclination
    • Predisposition
  228. Predisposition
    tendency to act in a certain way,
  229. Prejudice
    Proclivity, predisposition
  230. Impetuous
    Impulsive
  231. Inure
    To become accustomed to something
  232. Abase
    to disgrace, to humiliate someone else
  233. Lament
    To grieve over
  234. Variegated
    Diversified
  235. Dyspeptic
    Indigestion, grumpy
  236. Morose
    Grumpy
  237. Solemn
    Sincere, serious
  238. Melancholy
    Feeling sad with no apparent reason
  239. Edify
    • To instruct morally and spiritually 
    • Enlighten
  240. Malinger
    Evade responsibility by faking sickness
  241. droll
    amusing in a subtle way
  242. fanatical
    acting excessively fanatical
  243. Fatuous
    stupid
  244. Arbitrate
    Moderate an argument
  245. Epicure
    A person with refined taste in wine and food
  246. Enigma
    A puzzle, mystery
  247. conundrum
    confusing, complex and difficult question to solve
  248. Querulous
    Tendency to complain
  249. Peevish
    Easily irritated
  250. Enumerate
    Itemize
  251. Analogus
    Comparable
  252. Polyglot
    Speaker of multiple language 
  253. Erratic
    unpredictable
  254. Panaoply
    Impressive array
  255. Adulterate
    to make impure
  256. Debase
    degrade
  257. Dinigty
    A quality that makes something worth honoring
  258. Vernal
    Spring-like, fresh
  259. Livid
    • reddened with anger
    • Pale, bruise
  260. Vicissitude
    • Constantly changing; ups and downs, cold and hot different seasons 
    • Vicissitude of Japanese climate
  261. Sentient
    Conscious
  262. Umbrage
    Resentment--> mad at something unfair
  263. Accretion
    A gradual accumulation
  264. Scintilla
    • a tiny spark (very very few)
    • Not even a scintilla of truth
  265. Intrepid
    Brave
  266. Disarray
    Chaos, disorganized
  267. turmoil
    chaos
  268. muddle
    chaos, disorganized
  269. Raconteur
    skillful storyteller
  270. Levity
    Inappropriate lack of seriousness
  271. Toady
    Sycophant
  272. Upbraid
    To scold sharply
  273. Pejorative
    disparaging, insulting
  274. disparage
    look down at someone
  275. Belittle
    • think someone is of little importance;disparage
    • Look down
  276. dismissive
    look down at someone / something
  277. Inquest
    investigation, inquiry
  278. Insipid
    lacking in flavor and characteristic
  279. Salient
    notable, primary, main
  280. Anachornism
    Out of time / context
  281. Amortize
    Pay off by installment payments
  282. Nuance
    Subtle quality / meaning
  283. Kinetic
    Dynamic, mobile
  284. Lavish
    Extremely generous, extravagant
  285. Intractable
    • Hard to manipulate or manage 
    • Stubborn
  286. Zeal
    passion, excitement
  287. Alarcity
    Speedy or quickness
  288. Amalgamate
    to combine, mix together
  289. Lapidary
    Precious stones or the art of cutting them
  290. Prescient
    Having foresight,
  291. Vacillate
    Indecisive (swing between choices)
  292. Gregarious
    Social
  293. Repudiate
    Reject the validity of something
  294. Plastic
    Malleable
  295. Neophyte
    Amateur, beginner
  296. Laud
    Praise
  297. Stigma
    Discredit
  298. Precipitate
    • To happen suddenly, unexpectedly 
    • Impulsive happening
  299. Inculcate
    • to teach someone (instill idea) 
    • Instill, in-doctrinaire
  300. Fecund
    Fertile
  301. Efficacy
    Effectiveness
  302. Ostentation
    Excessive showiness
  303. Irascible
    Easily Irritated
  304. Eloquent
    Persuasive and moving
  305. Inimical
    Unfriendly, harmful, deleterious
  306. Candid
    Honest opinion
  307. Decorum
    Appropriate manner / conduct
  308. Lugubrious
    Very Sad, Mournful, sorrowful
  309. Paragon
    Model of excellence
  310. Symbiosis
    Cooperation, association
  311. Posit
    Suggest, assume sth
  312. deface
    mar, spoil
  313. credulous
    gullible
  314. Imperturbable
    Cannot affect, impasse, impeccable
  315. Approbation
    Approve and praise
  316. Winsome
    Charming
  317. Neologism
    Slang
  318. Opine
    Share Opinion
  319. Waver
    Indecisive, oscillate
  320. Abate
    Reduce in severity
  321. Pecadillo
    Minor sins
  322. Wily
    Cunning
  323. Craven
    Lacking confidence
  324. Cupidity
    Greedy
  325. Solecism
    Grammatical mistake
  326. Fawn
    Dogeza (grovel)
  327. Sinecure
    A well job paying job that requires little to no work
  328. Grievous
    Causing grieve
  329. Sybarite
    Someone guided pleasure and luxury
  330. Foment
    To instigate
  331. tacit
    done without using words
  332. Grovel
    Dogeza
  333. Deference
    Venerate / admire
  334. Syncopation
    Irregularity in rythm
  335. Crescendo
    Increase gradually
  336. Castigate
    Criticize harshly
  337. Contrite
    Feel extremely sorry
  338. Toadry
    Cheap and gaudy
  339. Abjure
    Reject formally
  340. Divine
    Forsee, predict
  341. Ersatz
    fake
  342. Vituperate
    To scold angrily
  343. Berate
    Scold
  344. Flag
    Reduce in energy or intensity or hope
  345. Dirge
    Funeral hymn
  346. Abeyance
    Temporary Suspension
  347. Diffident
    lacking confidence
  348. Distend
    Bloated, expanded
  349. Plebian
    Commoner behavior
  350. Knell
    Sound of funeral bell
  351. Quotidian
    Commonplace,occurring daily
  352. Vim
    Energy, vitality
  353. Diaphanous
    Translucent, delicate
  354. Ardor
    Intense and passionate feeling 

    Ardor for tasting delicious food
  355. Hoary
    Very old, white / grey
  356. Prattle
    Silly Talk, meaningless
  357. Profligate
    Degenerate, corrupt, wasteful, prodigal
  358. Apostate
    Defector
  359. Apocryphal
    doubtful, lack authenticity
  360. Exponent
    To advocate
  361. Husband
    • Conserve
    • Husbanded her energy for now
  362. Precis
    Summary
  363. Plethora
    In excess
  364. Contend
    To claim, argue for sth, take a position in an argument
  365. Cartography
    Art and science of creating maps
  366. Fallow
    Unused
  367. Verdant
    Inexperienced, green vegetation
  368. Sagacious
    Keen, sharp, witted
  369. Stentorian
    Loud
  370. Aberrant
    Suspend
  371. Cosset
    Spoil, pamper
  372. Impecunious
    Poor
  373. Oblique
    devious, evasive, indirect
  374. Contumacious
    Rebellious (adj)
  375. Licentious
    Undisciplined, unrestrained
  376. Deacdent
    Decline in moral --> Profligate
  377. Adage
    A short statement depicting a general truth
  378. Axiom
    A short statement depicting a general truth
  379. Aphorism
    A short statement depicting a general truth
  380. Truism
    A short statement depicting a general truth
  381. Platitude
    A short statement depicting a general truth
  382. Ribald
    Coarse humor
  383. Peripatetic
    To wander around
  384. Yoke
    Amalgamate
  385. Restive
    Agitated
  386. Distaff
    Female branch of the family
  387. Hermetic
    Air tight
  388. Trenchant
    Shrewd, keen, sharp
  389. Frenetic
    Frantic, Mad, Crazy 

    Frenetic working hours
  390. Circumspect
    Cautious, anticipate
  391. Coalesce
    Amalgamate
  392. Assuage
    Alleviate
  393. Assail
    Attack, to assault
  394. Declivity
    Downward sloping,slanted
  395. Debutante
    A female making debut to high class
  396. Lassitude
    Listlessness, Debilitation, enervation
  397. Largess
    • Generous giving 
    • Nicole relying on her parent's Largess
  398. Bonhomie
    Good vibe
  399. Cabal
    Small group of people trying to take down something
  400. Leery
    Suspicious
  401. Legerdemain
    False, trickery
  402. Martinet
    Strict Disciplinarian
  403. Affected
    Pretentious
  404. Archaic
    Outdated, out of time
  405. Nominal
    Only on the paper 幽霊部員
  406. Decorous
    Appropriate manner and behavior
  407. Sacrosanct
    Holy, sacred
  408. Cogent
    Persuasive
  409. Chicanery
    Trickery
  410. Effigy
    Image, icon, person-like
  411. Latent
    Potential
  412. Extraneous
    Irrelevant
  413. Salubrious
    Clean, pleasant
  414. Germane
    Relevant, under consideration
  415. Rule over
    Dominate over someone else, exert power over someone else
  416. Impinge
    Infringe
  417. Halcyon
    Peaceful and happy
  418. Scotch
    To destroy, stop something completely
  419. Hedonistic
    Pursuit of pleasure and happiness
  420. Nugatory
    ineffective, worthless
  421. Exacting
    demanding effort, work
  422. Desiccate
    To dry out
  423. Intransigent
    Impeccable, not flexible, unyielding
  424. Lumber
    To walk in a slow and awkward manner
  425. Ostensible
    Apparent
  426. Pare
    peel
  427. Canard
    Lie
  428. Calumny
    False Accusation
  429. unscrupulous
    unethical
  430. Aerie
    A nest built in a high spot
  431. Mirth
    Laughter, Gaiety, happy feeling
  432. Libertine
    unrestrained, free thinker (in a bad way)
  433. Obsequious
    Eager to compliment someone else 

    --> Patricia
  434. Bonhomie
    Good Vibe
  435. Frenetic
    Crazy
  436. Jocular
    Playful, humorous
  437. Deride
    Ridicule
  438. Coalsece
    Amalgamate
  439. Assuage
    Alleviate
  440. Cabal
    A secret group trying overtake someone else
  441. Leery
    Suspicious
  442. Legerdemain
    Lie, trickery
  443. Martinet
    Austere, strict to rules
  444. Affected
    Pretentious
  445. Archaic
    Outdated
  446. Nominal
    Only on the paper
  447. Decorous
    Social manner, appropriate manners
  448. Burgeon
    Grow in size
  449. Latent
    Hidden potential
  450. Iniquity
    Sin
  451. Ebullient
    Full of enthuthiasm
  452. Dissemble
    Camouflage
  453. August
    Magnificent
  454. Desultory
    all over the place, disconnected, purposeless
  455. augury
    Prophecy
  456. Languid
    Lethargy, listless
  457. Pedant
    Shows off study
  458. Zephyr
    Cool breeze
  459. Rarefy
    to weaken, become more scarce
  460. Zealot
    Enthusiast
  461. Banal
    Mundane, boring, cliche
  462. Assail
    Attack
  463. Ribald
    Humorous in a vulgar (rude, coarse, gehin) manner
  464. Peripatetic
    Wander around
  465. Yoke
    Pair up
  466. Restive
    Agitated
  467. Distaff
    Female branch of the family
  468. Sacrosanct
    Holly, very sacred
  469. Cogent
    Persuasive
  470. Chicanery
    trick, deceive
  471. Effigy
    Icon, figure
  472. Coffer
    Chest
  473. Supplant
    Replace
  474. Exonerate
    Excused from guilt
  475. Axiom
    Adage, Aphorism, Apothegm
  476. Stratagem
    Trick designed to deceive an enemy
  477. Surfeit
    In excess
  478. Connoisseur
    Expert in sth, devotion for sth
  479. Repast
    Meal
  480. Imprecation
    curse
  481. Replete
    Available in abundant amount
  482. Garrulous
    loquacious
  483. Aggrandize
    Increase in size and influence
  484. Hermetic
    Air tight
  485. Impervious
    Hard to penetrate, incapable of being affected
  486. Bifurcate
    Split up into two
  487. Myopic
    Narrow-view
  488. Lassitude
    • Decrease in energy 
    • Enervate, Rarefy, listlessness
  489. Largess
    • Generous Giving 
    • Relies on Largess from parents
  490. Pariah
    Outcast
  491. Calumny
    Defamation
  492. unscrupulous
    No moral principles, immoral
  493. Prudence
    Wisdom
  494. Mollify
    alleviate
  495. Tirade
    Criticize
  496. Opprobrium
    being critizcied
  497. Propriety
    appropriate manner
  498. Machination
    Plot something / scheme
  499. Deleterious
    surprisingly hurtful, damaged
  500. Impugn
    Challenge, dispute
  501. Inchoate
    not yet fully formed
  502. Trenchant
    keen, shrewd, smart
  503. Debutante
    Making a debut
  504. Lucid
    thinking clear, and well
  505. Invective
    Abusive words
  506. Abstemious
    Moderate in appetite
  507. Militate
    to work against
  508. hyperbole
    exaggerate
  509. Expurgate
    Censor
  510. jingoism
    Belligerent support of one's country
  511. Antipathy
    Extreme dislike
  512. Chauvinist
    bias towards a group that he / she belongs to
  513. Bevy
    Group of people
  514. Nadir
    Lowest point
  515. Salubrious
    therapeutic, healthy
  516. Extraneous
    Irrelevant
  517. Germane
    Relevant
  518. Ostensible
    Apparent --> Plausible, believable
  519. Specious
    Plausible
  520. Spurious
    Plausible, seems to be true
  521. Maelstrom
    Oozu, turmoil, out of control
  522. Agitate
    Make someone nervous or troubled
  523. Agitator
    Instigator --> call for rebellion, trouble maker
  524. Imparting
    Passing on knowledge

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