A gregarious person is fond of company, social
pompous, overblown in language or speech
instructive, designed to teach
displays great wealth
slavishly submissive (ready to submit, obedient)
determined by chance/impulse/whim rather than necessity or reason
calm, showing little emotion
without intention - her inadvertent gesture swept the vase off the table
shameless, bold, immodest
opponents, enemies (noun)
to be uttered with emphasis, forceful, strongly marked/striking
-clearly or boldly outlined
characterized by a mixture of opposite feelings or attitudes
cause to be more favorably inclined.
without significant, interesting or stimulating qualities. (adj): Flat, dull, uninteresting
inclined to quarrel or fight readily; quarrelsome; belligerent
to grow or flourish
a vague or indirect term used to substitute for a harsher one
to challenge as false or to cast doubt upon.
By impugning my veracity, he suggested that I was not honest.
a perspicacious investigator :
dependent on circumstances beyond ones control; uncertain, unstable
the deliberate use of ambiguous terms
erudition : deep, extensive learning
idealistic, but impractical
(caught up in romantic notions).
worn out through overuse,
hackneyed phrases are never good advice.
worn out, wearied.
to strengthen, support
a characteristic peculiar to a person or group
threatening, of bad omen
trickery (political, financial, legal purpose).
to attribute/ credit to
incapable of being prevented, unavoidable
bold and brave
a fortunate accident
someone who is motivated by desires
-The person who just wants to chill is a hedonist.
characterized by quick and thoughtless (negative) action.
habitually complaining, whiny
easy to speak to, friendly, social