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fervent (adj.)

full of strong emotion; having or showing great warmth or intensity of spirit, feeling, enthusiasm

germane (adj.)

fitting and appropriate; relevant

fortuitous (adj.)

happening by chance; accidental. ALSO: lucky, fortunate

profuse (adj.)

in great abundance; bountiful.

esteem (n.)

high opinion of one's worth or character. ALSO (v.) to value extremely

disparity (n.)

difference in type, quality, or quantity

antithesis (n.)

a direct opposite

indolence (n.)

supreme laziness of idleness; sloth

hindrance (n.)

an obstacle, impediment; something in the way

jeopardy (n.)

exposure to or possibility or danger

post-

(prefix) after, following

fore

(root) before, earlier

-ous

(suffix) full of

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