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INEXORABLE

inflexible, unalterable; not to be persuaded by prayers

GLIB

artfully persuasive in speech, fluent in an insincere manner

CONTRITE

feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses

WINSOME

charming

OBSTINATE

stubborn; hardheaded; uncompromising

PIT

- a naturally formed hole in the ground
- a trap in the form of a concealed hole

CONCUR

-to agree
-to work together
-to coincide, occur at the same time

PETULANT

easily or frequently annoyed, especially over trivial matters, childlishly irritable

CIRCUMSPECT

- cautious
-well-considered

RETICENT

-silent
-reluctant or restrained

MIRTH

frivolity, gaiety, laughter

GLOWER

to glare or stare angrily and intensely

SULLY

to tarnish, to taint, to stain

EMOLLIENT

softening, smth that softens

EVISCERATE

remove the contents of

IGNOBLE

not noble in character, mean, with low moral standards

UNTENABLE

-not viable, uninhabitable
-(of theories etc) incapable of being defended or justified

CONTUMACIOUS

rebellious

STARTLING

causing surprise or fear, so remarkably different or sudden as to cause momentary shock or alarm

DISSENT

disagree

ENGENDER

cause; produce; give rise to, to propagate

CONGESTION

excessive crowding

LEVY

- to assess, to collect taxes
-cause to assemble or enlist in the military
-start a war

VANQUISH

- to conquer, to defeat
-to overcome, to overpower

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