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Contumely (Noun)
Noun
Scorn or Contempt
Deprecate (Verb)
Verb
Oppose
Desultory (Adj.)
Adj.
Occasional or Random
Eclectic (Adj.)
Adj.
Gathered from many sources
Egregrious (Adj.)
Adj.
Bad
Enamored (Adj.)
Adj.
Loving
Eschew (Verb)
Verb
Stay Away From
Facile (Adj.)
Adj.
Easily Influenced
Fickle (Adj.)
Adj.
Changing
Generic (Adj.)
Adj.
Common or Widespread
Harbinger (Noun)
Noun
Sign or Foreteller
Impute (Verb)
Charge or Judge
Ineptitude (Noun)
Noun
Clumsiness
Intrepid (Adj.)
Adj.
Brave
Juxtapose (Verb)
Verb
To set together
Labyrinth (Noun)
Noun
Maze
Machiavellian (Adj.)
Adj.
Sly
Mellifluous (Adj.)
Adj.
Sweetly Flowing or Honeyed
Nomad (Noun)
Noun
Wanderer
Ostentatious (Adj.)
Adj.
Showing Off
Paradox (Noun)
Noun
Inconsistently
Pathos (Noun)
Noun
Pitifulness
Pensive (Adj.)
Adj.
Meditative
Philistine (Noun)
Noun
Uncultured
Poignant (Adj.)
Adj.
Sharp or Painful
Prate (Verb)
Verb
Chatter or Babble
Propinquity (Noun)
Noun
Nearness or Closeness
Redress (Noun)
Noun
Repayment
Reticent (Adj.)
Adj.
Reserved
Satiated (Adj.)
Adj.
Fed Up
Staccato (Adj.)
Adj.
Disconnected
Succinct (Adj.)
Adj.
Concise or Compressed
Sycophant (Noun)
Noun
Someone who flatters
Tenacious (Adj.)
Adj.
Firm or determined
Tyro (Noun)
Noun
Youngster or Beginner
Vainglorious (Adj.)
Adj.
Proud or Pompous
Verbosity (Noun)
Noun
Wordiness or Redundant
Virtuoso (Noun)
Noun
Master of Technique
Vivacity (Noun)
Noun
Liveliness
Wanton (Adj.)
Adj.
Loose or Immoral
Abominate (Verb)
Verb
Hates or Loathes
Accolade (Noun)
Noun
Praise or Honor
Acrimonious (Adj.)
Adj.
Bitter or Harsh
Ambrosial (Adj.)
Adj.
Delicious or Delightful
Aplomb (Noun)
Noun
Assurance and Poise
Bizzare (Adj.)
Adj.
Odd
Cajole (Verb)
Verb
Coaxed or Teased
Charlatan (Noun)
Noun
Fraud or Fake
Consternation (Noun)
Noun
Dismay or Terror
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