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  1. Laudatory
    praise worthy
  2. Ferocious
    cruel
  3. Clement
    good/ nice
  4. Fractious
    unruly
  5. Corpulent
    Fat
  6. Gaunt
    thin
  7. Felicity
    happiness
  8. Ponderous
    slow
  9. Tortuous
    slow
  10. Prolix
    rambling
  11. Noisome
    foul smelling
  12. Protean
    variable
  13. Restive
    on edge
  14. Dispatch
    quickness
  15. Squander
    waste money in a foolish way
  16. Auspicious
    favorible
  17. Tacit
    not written out/ just understood
  18. Abject
    Extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading
  19. Formidable
    Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense
  20. Umbrage
    Offense or annoyance
  21. Insouciant
    care free
  22. Incriminate
    Make (someone) appear guilty of a crime or wrongdoing;
  23. Exculpate
    how or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing
  24. Refute
    Prove (a statement or theory) to be wrong or false; disprove
  25. Convivial
    (of an atmosphere or event) Friendly, lively, and enjoyable
  26. Cognizant
    mindful
  27. Malediction
    A magical word or phrase uttered with the intention of bringing about evil or destruction; a curse
  28. Acquittal
    a setting free from the charge of an offense by verdict, sentence
  29. Sedulity
    diligence
  30. Partison
    someone who believes strongly to something
  31. Feeble
    weak
  32. Puissant
    powerful
  33. Insouciant
    carefree
  34. Perfidy
    violation of trust
  35. Propitiate
    to please
  36. Prognosticate
    to predict
  37. Castigate
    to severly punish
  38. Promulgate
    to make known
  39. Reverence
    to honor or respect
  40. Enmity
    hostility between enemies
  41. Jenune
    immature or undernourished
  42. Laudatory
    enthusiastically complimentory
  43. Incapacitated
    to make legally incapable
  44. Vituperative
    harshly critical
  45. Ebullient
    agitated or showing liveliness and enthusiasim
  46. Saturnine-
    someone who is gloomy
  47. Rectify
    to fix
  48. Vitiate
    to corrupt
  49. Temerity
    to act without forethought
  50. Inundated
    to cover with a flow
  51. Itinerant
    traveling from place to place
  52. Rout
    disturbance
  53. Vigil
    a watch formerly kept on the night before a religious feast with prayer or other devotions
  54. Punctilious
    concerned about precise accordance
  55. precipitously
    very steep
  56. Obsequious
    extremely compliant
  57. Inundate
    to overwhelm someone or something with a substance
  58. Incorrigable
    bad beyond fixation
  59. Paragan
    model of excellence
  60. Instep
    the part of a shoe that covers the top of the feet
  61. Rectory
    -a place where a relic lives
  62. Potentate
    monarch
  63. Mendicant
    begger
  64. Manse
    large house
  65. Vicar
    type of relic´╗┐
  66. Votary
    someone who is devoted to a religion
  67. Ruminate
    reflect to an extensive degree
  68. Allay
    soothe
  69. Brood
    to worry for too long
  70. Spendthrift-
    someone who spends alot of money
  71. Profligate
    to spend recklessly
  72. Tonic
    medicine that invigorates
  73. Partisan
    supporter of a group
  74. Ravenous
    someone who is very hungry
  75. Unfettered
    free
  76. Extraneous
    inessential
  77. Flag
    weaken
  78. Proclivity
    tendency for something
  79. Disseminate
    spread out
  80. Encumber
    to burden
  81. Restive
    patient
  82. Syncopated
    irregular rythum
  83. Hatch
    small door
  84. Conjecture
    obsolete / inference by presumptive evidence
  85. Veneration/ reverence
    great respect
  86. Incontrovertible
    something that cannot be disputed
  87. Impregnable
    unconquerable
  88. Spurious
    Spurious
  89. Fortified
    strengthens
  90. Adversary
    enemy
  91. Interlocutor
    someone who is conversing
  92. Servile
    submissive
  93. Blithe
    happy and carefree
  94. Ominous
    exhibiting an omen/ forshadowing evil
  95. Auspicious
    suggesting that future success is likely
  96. Facile
    easy
  97. Intractable
    difficult to manage
  98. Torpor
    a state of mental inactivity
  99. Terse
    smoothly elegent / polished
  100. Garrulous
    annoyingly talkative
  101. Genile
    friendly/ obsolete
  102. Stratified
    strips
  103. Fastidious
    meticulous
  104. Ostentatious
    show off ish
  105. Effusively
    strenght and positive nature
  106. Capitulate
    surrender
  107. Etiolate
    to bleach/ to make pale
  108. Usurp
    to take without right
  109. Accede
    to give in to a request / approve
  110. Decimate
    to reduce greatly in number/ kill/ cause great harm
  111. Inane
    silly/ lacking significance and meaning
  112. Repository
    a place where things are stored
  113. Reliquary
    shrine or container where sacred relics are kept
  114. Augur
    to predict the future from omens
  115. Stilted
    pompous/ lofty/ stiff
  116. Obloquy
    abusive language/ bad repute
  117. Recompense
    to pay for´╗┐
  118. Comensurate
    equal in measure or extent/ proportionate
  119. Coveal
    of the same age
  120. Iambic
    type of verse
  121. Cajole
    to persuade with flattery
  122. Hyperbole
    exaggerated
  123. Simile
    figure of speach
  124. Bemuse
    distract/ confuse
  125. Admonish
    to indicate duties / gently express warning
  126. Excoriate
    extreme admonishing
  127. Expurgate
    to cleanse of something morraly harmful
  128. Slander
    speak dishonestly
  129. Orator-
    articulate
  130. Quixotic
    impractical
  131. Jingoism
    extreme nationalism
  132. Etiolate
    to make weak by stunning the growth of
  133. Punctilious
    careful
  134. Revere
    priase
  135. Panegyrics
    speech of elaborate praise
  136. Thwart
    to prevent from happening
  137. Abet
    to assist
  138. Laconic
    quiet
  139. Dissemble
    to conceal
  140. Insipid
    dull
  141. Umbrage
    resentment
  142. Fecundity
    fertile
  143. Obsequious
    overly submissive
  144. Haughty
    blatantly proud
  145. Dissipate
    someone who wants to maximize their own pleasure
  146. Dissolute
    lacking restraint/ when it comes to indulging deemed vices

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