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repudiate

v. refuse to have anything to do with.

reticence

n. tendency not to communicate.

retract

v. move back.

rhetorical

adj. of effective use of language

sanction

v. authorize something, approve of something

scrupulous

adj. principled

skeptic

n. somebody who doubts any statements

superficial

adj. understanding only the obvious.

superfluous

adj. more than necessary

surpass

v. go beyond

turbulence

n. a unpredictable state;an instability in the atmosphere

undermine

v. weaken gradually

venerate

v. regard with respect

virtuoso

n. somebody with masterly ability in arts

zealot

n. somebody who shows excessive enthusiasm

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