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Castigate

Reprimand severely (Verb)

Indignation

Anger provoked by unfair treatment (Noun)

Pandemonium

Noisy chaos (noun)

Indiscriminate

Without judgement (Adj.)

Writhe

Squirming in pain (Verb)

Malaise

Physical discomfort (Noun)

Contrive

To make using skill (Verb)

Immutable

Unchanging (Adj.)

Surreptitious

Kept secret (Adj.)

Vicarious

Experienced through someone else's actions (Adj.)

Austere

Strict, Severe (Adj.)

Crass

Rude (Adj.)

Grandiose

Impressive (Adj.)

Mitigate

To make less severe (Noun)

Desecrate

To violate the sacredness of (Verb)

Reprove

To scold (Verb)

Stalwart

Loyal, Reliable (Adj.)

Consternation

Confusion (Noun)

Disavow

To deny responsibility (Verb)

Dispassionate

Lacking passion (Adj.)

Acrimonious

marked by strong resentment (Adj.)

Dissension

Disagreement (Adj.)

Impugn

Attack as false or wrong (Verb)

Ignoble

Of common origin (Adj.)

Perfidy

Treason (Noun)

Astute

With practical intelligence (Adj.)

Avarice

Greed (Noun)

Culpable

Meriting blame (Adj.)

Egregious

Obviously wrong (Adj.)

Novice

Beginner (Adj.)

Pretentious

Intended to impress others (Adj.)

Torpid

Sluggish (Adj.)

Slovenly

Untidy (Adj.)

Resuscitate

To bring back to life (Verb)

Abate

To lessen (Verb)

Accrue

To accumulate (Verb)

Bedlam

Chaos (Noun)

Covert

Secret or hidden (Adj.)

Debonair

Suave or classy (Adj.)

Equanimity

Composure (Noun)

Gist

The main point of something (Noun)

Procrastinate

To put off (Verb)

Motley

Varied and diverse (Adj.)

Reprobate

Morally unprincipled (Adj., Noun)

Sedentary

Settled (Adj.)

Censure

Severe disapproval (Verb, Noun)

Contingent

Reliant (Adj.)

Corroborate

Support with evidence (Verb)

Denizen

Habitant (Noun)

Disseminate

To scatter widely (Verb)

Florid

Showy (Adj.)

Hersey

Unorthodox opinion (Noun)

Palpable

Able to be felt (Adj.)

Pernicious

Harmful (Adj.)

Salient

Prominent (Adj.)

Absolve

To release from a duty (Verb)

Cupidity

Excessive desire to possess something (Noun)

Enthrall

To captivate (Verb)

Implicit

Implied (Adj.)

Incisive

Penetrating, cutting, biting (Adj.)

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