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Purge
B, To purify
Precocious
B, Unintelligent
Resilient
B, Weak
Placard
B, Note
Pious
B, Impious
Cacophony
B, Euphony
Cantankerous
B, Cheerful
Denizen
B, Foreigner
Dishevel
B, Organized
Gaunt
B, Fat
Gist
B, Surface
Juggernaut
B, Dormant
Lionize
B, Condemn
Mercurial
B, Predictable
Faux
B, Genuine
Forebear
B, Decendant
Forsake
B, Claim
Fulsome
B, Sincere
Remiss
B, Careful
Stymie
B, Allow
Secular
B, Religious
Uncanny
B, Familiar
Uncouth
B, Refined
Status quo
B, Change
Retort
B, Kind
Xenophobe
B, Immigrant
Prodigal
B, Thrifty. A Person or behavior using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully
Preposterous
B, Normal
Extraneous
B, Native
Venal
B, Noble
Vicissitude
B, Stagnation. The state of not flowing or moving
Sociopath
B, Social
Psychopath
B, Selfless
A, Rambunctious. Uncontrollably exuberant
B, Subdued
A, Vacuity. Lack of thought or intellegence
B, Intelligence
A, Renowned
B, Unknown
A, Scion. Descendant of a notable family
B, Ancestor
A, Serf. An agricultural laborer bound under the feudal system to work on his lord's estate
B, Commander
A, Pundit. An expert in a particular subject or field who is frequently called on to give opinions about it to the public
B, Ignoramus. Ignorant
A, Succinct. Briefly and clearly expressed
B, Detail
A, Triag. Medical. Assign degrees of urgency to wounded or ill patients
B, Ignore
A, Proxy. The authority to represent someone else, especially in voting
B, Unauthorize
A, Proffer. Hold out something to someone for acceptance; offer.
B, Conceal
A, Purvey. Spread or promote and idea or view
B, Withdraw
A, Purge
B, Keep
A, Turncoat. A person who deserts one party or cause in order to join an opposing one.
B, Traitor. A person who betrays a friend, country, principle
A, Veneer. Cover with a layer
B, Real
A, Viscosity. Thick, sticky, and semi fluid in consistency.
B, Airy. Giving an impression of being unconcerned or not serious
A, Usurious. The illegal action or practice of lending money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
B, Generous
A, Substantiate. Provide evidence to support or prove the truth of
B, Dismiss
A, Taboo
B, Allowed
A, Vociferous. Loud and annoying.
B, Quiet
A, Whimsical. Playfully quaint or fanciful, especially in an appealing and amusing way
B, Plain
A, Regurgitate
B, Swallow
A, Panacea. A solution or remedy for all difficulties or diseases.
B, Pain
A, Pariah. An outcast.
B, Idol
A, Pernicious. Having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way
B, Healthful
A, Founder. Fail miserably
B, Succeed
A, Disburse. Pay out
B, Withhold
A, Squalor. A state of being extremely dirty and unpleasant.
B, Opulence (Opulencia). Great wealth or luxuriousness.
A, Flagellate. to whip; scourge; flog; lash
B, Caress. Touch or stroke gently or lovingly
A, Chalet. Wooden house or cottage with overhanging eaves
B, Mansion
A, Castigate
B, Praise
A, Maudlin. Self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental
B, Pragmatic. Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations.
A, Remuneration. Money paid for work or a service
B, Promissory Note. A signed document containing a written promise to pay
A, Excessive
B, Restricted
A, Snafu. In utter confusion or chaos
B, Correction
A, Licentious
B, Moral
Licentious
Moral