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devious
evil or sly departed from proper way
adjective
medley
a musical composition made up of a series of songs
dupe
a person who is easily deceived or fooled
noun or verb
lithe
flexible, graceful, alive, slender
adjective, noun, or adverb
subterfuge
a trick or device to conceal escape or perform trickery
noun
flotilla
moving group of objects or animals moving in a pack together
noun
pliable
flexible and easily bent
adjective
mountebank
a person who sells FAKE objects on a platform in public places
noun
corpulent
a large, bulky, or really fat body
noun or adjective
pensive
deep in thought
adjective
forsake
to leave forever
verb
adamant
refusing to be persuaded or to change ones mind
adjective`
circuitous
not being direct in language or actions, deviating from a straight course
adjective
deride
laugh at, make fun of, or ridicule someone
verb
huckster
a persuasive or aggressive sales person who uses flashy and showy methods to increase sales
noun
bedrock
any firm or foundation basis
adjective/verb
browbeat
to intimidate or bully by overbearing looks or words
verb sometimes noun
sanctuary
a holy or sacred place, like a church, used as a shrine
noun
indigent
poor enough to need help from others
adjective
chide
to scold or reproach, to nag or find fault in
verb or adjective
jeopardize
to put someone or something into a situation where there is danger, loss, or failure
verb
estuary
the part of the mouth or lower course of a river in which that river's current meets the seas tide, an arm or inlet/narrow body of water
noun
tirade
a prelonged outburst of bitter outspoken denonciation, a long one opinion speech or outburst
noun
cajole
to persuade by flattery or promises
verb
coerce
to force a person into something with no regards with his/her feelings
verb