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augment
to make larger, increase (v.)
derision
Contemptuous ridicule or mockery (n)
mutinous
involving revolt or rebellion against authority (adj)
prodigious
immense; extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree (adj.)
rhetoric
the art or study of persuasion through speaking or writing; language that is elaborate or pretentious but actually empty, meaning little (n)
spurn
To reject or refuse with hostility (adj)
unassailable
impossible to dispute or disprove (attack); undeniable (adj)
cultivated
To foster the growth of or encourage (v)
lucrative
bringing in money; profitable (adj.)
meticulous
taking extreme care in regards to details; precise, fussy (adj)
prominent
Widely known, important (adj.)
steely
Coldly determined (adj)
treacherous
deceptive, untrustworthy, or unreliable. (adj)
construe
To interpret or analyze something in a particular way (v)
exigent
Requiring immediate attention, action, or aid; excessively demanding (adj)
demeanor
the way a person behaves toward other people (n)
covert
Hidden, disguised, purposefully kept secret; sheltered, seclude (adj.)
cogitations
serious thoughts, meditations, reflections (n)
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