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Chapter 16-21 Snyonyms

Again, synonyms are helpful. c:
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pique
irritate
plebeian
peon, peasant, base, lowly
precocious
advanced
predatory
pillaging, despoiling
prowess
strength, dominance, power
pugnacious
combative, belligerent
purloin
burglarize
pusillanimous
fainthearted, timid
quell
calm
rabble
riffraff
rabid
uncontrollable, fervid
vindictive
vengeful
circumspect
judicious, prudent
renegade
turncoat, defector
retribution
reprisal
hurtle
hurl
scourge
torment, bane, curse
caustic
acidic, harsh
taciturn
reticent, reserved
agnostic
skeptic
terse
abbreviated, curt
uncanny
eerie
penitent
apologetic
vindicate
exonerate, acquit
raillery
banter
impregnable
unbeatable
inherent
intrinsic
irreverent
insubordinate
expedite
hurry, hasten, streamline
filibuster
derail
pristine
pure
pithy
succinct
invective
reproach
prodigal
wastrel, libertine
torpid
apathetic, lethargic
tenuous
thin, unconvincing, fragile
discordant
conflicting
mellifluous
harmonious
epicurean
hedonistic, gormet
oeuvre
canon
verdant
lush
vagary
whim, caprice
vacuous
empty-headed
attrition
erosion
archetype
model
insouciant
nonchalant
static
immobile, inert
stipulate
require
proliferate
multiply
tenet
cornerstone, creed
ruminate
ponder, reflect
vigilant
alert
dissident
renegade
petulant
contemptuous
derivative
offspring, branch
accolade
kudos, recognition
demur
object, disagree
invidious
malicious
august
regal, magnificent
semblance
similarity, copy
autodidact
self-made
asinine
foolish, boorish
conduit
channel
indiscretion
peccadillo, transgression
picayune
worthless, cheap
dossier
record
behest
demand