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word smart sordid - stricture

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sordid
(adj.) filthy; squalid; physically or morally dirty
spawn
(v.) generate, create, produce; (n.) offspring, descendants
specious
(adj.) deceptively attractive; seemingly plausible but fallacious
sporadic
(adj.) occurring irregularly; intermittent
spurious
(adj) not genuine, not true, not valid
squander
(v.) to spend foolishly, waste
stagnation
(n.) motionlessness; inactivity
static
(adj.) stationary; not changing or moving
staunch
(adj) firm and steadfast, loyal; faithful; dependable
steadfast
(adj.) firmly fixed; constant, not moving or changing
stigmatize
(v.) brand with a mark of disgrace
stipulate
(v.) to specify a required part of an agreement
stoic
(adj.) indifferent to pleasure or pain; impassive
stratum
(n.) a layer or a level
stricture
(n.) 1. adverse criticism; censure;
2. restriction, a restraint or limitation