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Stagnant
Not flowing or not moving (estancado)
Prevalent
Frequent (común)
Precarious
Uncertain or insecure (inseguro)
Melancholy
Sad or gloomy (tristeza)
Obliterate
To erase or destroy (borrar)
Avarice
Greed (avaricia )
Parsimony
Stinginess (tacaño)
Meager
A very small amount (pequeñez)
Termagant
Quarrelsome or/ and scolding woman
Quagmires
A bog, soft and muddy surface ( pantano)
Buccaneering
Piracy or sea robbery (bucanero o pirata)
Propitiate
To provoke (provocar)
Freebooter
Pirates
Carrion-crows
Dead meat eaters
Usurer
A person who lends money at an excessive interest rate
Land jobbers
A person who buys and sells land or property
Ostentation
A showy display (ostentoso)
Greedy
Avarice (codicia)
Forlorn
Abandoned, looks lonely and sad and deserted (abandonado)
Straggling
To move slower than other people (rezagado)
Famine
Serious lack of food that causes many people to become sick and die ( hambruna)
Celibacy
Do not have sex ( celibato)
Gruff
Rude and unfriendly voice ( gruñona)
Perplexed
Confused because you can not understand (perplejo)
Forge
Place where metal objects are made (herrería)
Hoarse
Husky voice (voz ronca)
Bold
Daring, not afraid of risks (arriesgado)
Consecrated
A ceremony performed to make a place or thing holy ( consagrar)
Prone
Likely to do or be affected by something bad (propenso)
Sullen
Angry, unhappy and not wanting to talk (malhumorado)
Elapsed
If time elapses, it passes ( paso del tiempo)
Pathetic
Useless or not effective, in an annoying way!
Sarcastical
Saying or writing the opposite of what you mean in order to make someone feel stupid ( sarcástico)
Satire
The use of humor to criticize someone or something and make them seem silly
Authentic
Real, not false or copied ( verdadero, original)
Eloped
To go away secretly in order to get married ( fugarse)
Swarthy
Having dark skin ( trigueño o Moreno)
Ludicrously
Ridiculous, extremely silly