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  1. n. a small amount, especially of something abstract such as a quality
  2. adj. appearing to be true but really false
  3. adj. disdainfully or cynically mocking
  4. adj. dependent on or resulting from a future and as yet unknown event or circumstance
  5. v. to prevent somebody or something from making further progress

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  1. breadthn. the extent of something, especially when it is impressively great


  2. divergencen. a difference between two or more things such as opinions or attitudes


  3. eschewv. to avoid doing or using something on principle or as a matter of course


  4. crassadj. so thoughtless, vulgar, and insensitive as to lack all refinement or delicacy


  5. moratoriumn. a formally agreed period during which an activity is halted or a planned activity is postponed