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  1. infatuation
    love
  2. ingenuous
    free from deceit/disguise (engano)
  3. deceit
    engano  (disguise)
  4. insolvent
    unable to pay one's bills
  5. invective
    insulting/abusive speech
  6. lambaste
    to scold, beat
  7. to scold
    to beat up
  8. lax
    slack, careless, negligent, not strict
  9. levee
    embankment to prevent overflowing of river
  10. lode
    a veinlike deposit, usually one that contains metal
  11. loquacious
    garrulous
  12. maverick
    nonconformist
  13. mellifluous
    sweetly flowing
  14. minatory
    threatening
  15. misanthrope
    one who hates people
  16. mitis
    soft
  17. munificent
    very generous
  18. neophyte
    beginner
  19. noisome
    bad-smelling
  20. obdurate
    stubborn, inflexible
  21. ossify
    harden, turn to bone, become rigid
  22. palliate
    excuse, cause to seem less serious, mitigar
  23. partisan
    who supports a particular idea
  24. penchant
    inclination
  25. piquant
    spicy, pleasantly pungent
  26. pungent
    sharp/biting to taste/smell
  27. placate
    conciliate, pacify, appease, calm, soothe
  28. plumb
    measure the depth of
  29. precarious
    uncertain, dangerous
  30. presumptuous
    arrogant
  31. prevarication
    lie
  32. pristine
    pure, uncorrupted, unspoiled
  33. probity
    integrity, honesty
  34. propinquity
    kinship, nearness
  35. kin
    relatives
  36. proscription
    restriction/ban/restraint imposed
  37. proselytize
    convert, recruit converts
  38. pundit
    expert
  39. qualify
    modify, restrict
  40. reprobate
    depraved, wicked, corrupt, degenerate, vicious
  41. reticent
    quiet, dumb, reserved, silent, reluctant
  42. ribald
    indecent, coarse
  43. coarse
    lacking in delicacy of texture
  44. rivet
    attract and hold attention
  45. salubrious
    promoting good health
  46. sanction
    ratify, confirm, authorize, approve
  47. saturnine
    gloomy/sullen/dismal in temperament
  48. gloomy
    dark
  49. sullen
    showing irritation or anger by a gloomy silence
  50. relish
    savor, pleasurable appreciation of anything; enjoyment;
  51. sedulous
    persevering, constant
  52. zealous
    full of, showing, or caused by zeal (enthusiasm)
  53. sinuous
    intricate (complex), winding
  54. spendthrift
    wasteful, extravagant
  55. squalid
    filthy, repulsive, wretched, degraded
  56. subjugate
    enslave, subdue, dominate
  57. substantive
    solid, substantial
  58. succinct
    concise, precisely expressed
  59. superfluous
    extra, unnecessary
  60. surreptitious
    secret, sneaky
  61. tacit
    implicit, understood
  62. taunt
    insult, ridicule
  63. tiff
    argument
  64. tout
    give a tip, spy, or to praise
  65. trepidation
    fear, nervousness
  66. truculent
    savage, fierce
  67. turpitude
    shameful wickedness
  68. wicked
    evil
  69. untoward
    unfavorable, unruly
  70. usurer
    money lender charging high interest
  71. vacuous
    stupid
  72. vindicate
    clear from blame/suspicion
  73. viscid
    sticky, viscous
  74. vituperation
    abusive language
  75. welter
    confused mass
  76. turmoil
    confused mass
  77. xenophobe
    one who hates strangers
  78. venal
    willing to accept bribery or to be corrupt:
  79. plod
    to work slowly and perseveringly
  80. entail
    implicar
  81. ease
    aliviar
  82. clerical
    assigned to an office clerk
  83. ecstatic
    feeling great enthusiasm
  84. strife
    violent or bitter conflict:
  85. humdrum
    dull, boring
  86. profound
    showing deep insight or understanding
  87. copious
    large in quantity or number
  88. substantiates
    to establish as valid or genuine
  89. forgo
    to give up
  90. snare
    trampa
  91. boon
    gift, blessing
  92. forestall
    to prevent
  93. deceit
    dishonest or deceitful
  94. shrewd
    clever or sharp
  95. impudence
    disrespectful
  96. inscrutable
    not easily understood
  97. contempt
    lack of respect
  98. deviously
    not sincere or candid; deceitful; underhand
  99. vestigial
    (rudimentary, residual)
  100. nascent
    beginning to exist or develop.
  101. abridge
    to shorten the length of:
  102. lurid
    shocking ; sensational
  103. circumspect
    watchful and careful; avoiding risks
  104. deferential
    marked by or showing deference or respect; respectful
  105. profligate
    spending or using up something unwisely.
  106. fractious
    readily angered
  107. defy
    to challenge the power of; resist boldly or openly:
  108. misnomer
    an incorrect or unsuitable name or term for a person or thing
  109. inimical
    harmful;

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