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  1. n: an unusual or unexpected sight; a ghostly figure
  2. noun: the condition or state of being widely and unfavorably known, usually for something scandalous or for some negative quality or trait
  3. adj: marked by precise exact accoradnace with the details of codes or conventions
  4. adj: unwilling to admit or accept what is related as true; disbelieving
  5. verb: to make oneself agreeable to someone, often insincerely

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  1. precipitatelyadverb: suddenly; hastily, rashly

          

  2. elicitverb: to draw or bring out (somthing latent or potential)

          

  3. subterfugenoun: the condition or state of being widely and unfavorably known, usually for something scandalous or for some negative quality or trait

          

  4. affectationnoun: the act of taking on or displaying an attitude or behavior not natural to oneself or not genuinely felt

          

  5. meretriciousadj: based on pretense or insincerity; cheaply ornamental, deceptively attractive