utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals, urgings.
uncertainty or fluctuation, esp. when caused by inability to make a choice or by a simultaneous desire to say or do two opposite or conflicting things.
simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attraction and repulsion) toward an object, person, or action .
a deviation from the common rule, type, arrangement, or form.
an odd, peculiar, or strange condition, situation, quality
to fill or overcome with horror, consternation, or fear; dismay(distress.).
not possessing freshness or originality; hackneyed; trite(dull, unoriginal.).
subject to, led by, or indicative of caprice or whim; erratic. fancial or witty.
Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.
capable of burning, corroding, or destroying living tissue.
severely critical or sarcastic.
cautious or careful; wary.
the quality of being pleasant and friendly; agreeable.
thoughtful; a person whose life is devoted primarily to prayer, esp. in a monastery or convent; expressing or involving prolonged thought
showing or expressing disdain; scornful.
courteous and gracious; friendly; warm; sincere; heartfelt.
a vital, basic, decisive, or pivotal point. (essence, heart, core, gist.).
going rapidly over something, without noticing details; hasty; superficial.
bitterly or sneeringly distrustful, contemptuous, or pessimistic.
denys the senirity of others; feeling distrustful; state of mind.
beleif that people are motivated purely by self-interest; skepticism.
Seeming difficult to deal with in anticipation; intimidating.
contemputuous(worthless.)., mocking; ridicule; mockery.
pointed towards individuals. 2
intended for instruction; instructive.(intending to teach.).
amusing in an odd way; whimsically humorous; waggish.
a dual state or quality.
deviating from the recognized or customary character, practice, etc.; irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd.
a person who has an unusual, peculiar, or odd personality, set of beliefs, or behavior pattern.
corky, an evaluation.
introduced or coming from without; not belonging or proper to a thing; external; foreign, irrelevant; unrelated.
not meant to be taken seriously or literally; treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant.; milder.
frivolously disrespectful, shallow, or lacking in seriousness; characterized by levity.
assumed by hypothesis; supposed.
inability or unwillingness to believe.
existing in one from birth; inborn; native.
an indirect intimation about a person or thing, esp. of a disparaging or a derogatory nature.
free from concern, worry, or anxiety; carefree; nonchalant.
consider one's own internal state or feelings.
given to, characterized by, intended for, or suited to joking or jesting; waggish; facetious.
pertaining to judgment in courts of justice or to the administration of justice.
pertaining to courts of law or to judges.
without interest, vigor, or determination; listless; lazy.
in an indirect manner or suggestion.
of or relating to the sense of smell.
causing or evoking pity, sympathetic sadness, sorrow, etc.; pitiful; pitiable.
to behave in an offensively condescending manner toward. (superior.).
Treat with an apparent kindness that betrays a feeling of superiority.
of or petaining to a teacher; schoolteacher; overly concerned with book learning.
overly concerned with minute details or formalisms, esp. in teaching.
having its original purity; uncorrupted or unsullied.
exceptional valor, bravery, or ability, esp. in combat or battle.
exceptional or superior ability, skill, or strength.
disposed to be silent or not to speak freely; reserved.
reluctant or restrained.
characterized by bitter or scornful derision; MOCKING; cynical; sneering.
bitterly severe, as a remark; harmful, injurious, or searing; hate, meant to hurt.
to smile, laugh, or contort the face in a manner that shows scorn or contempt; to speak or write in a manner expressive of derision or scorn.
an artifice or expedient used to evade a rule, escape a consequence, hide something.
a trace of something bad, offensive, or harmful.
tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation; perturbation; trembling or quivering movement; tremor.
given to fanciful notions; capricious.