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101 terms

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calumny
aspersion
aspersion
calumny
haply
peradventure
swollen
turgid
cloudy
turbid
quackery
mountebankery
sarcastic
mordant
nonsense
surd
insincerely emotional
maudlin
to become less
abate
to deny oneself
abnegate
to improve
ameliorate
appendage
appurtenance
nonsense
balderdash
an appraisal; to appraise
assay
to channel
canalise
a lie
canard
peevish, touchy; quarrelsome
frampold
haply
peradventure
adventurous
intrepid
immature
larval
excessively emotional
lugubrious
nervous exhaustion
neurasthenia
faithlessness
perfidy
profound
recondite
eulogist
panegyrist
perspicacity
sagacity
careful, exact, detailed
punctilious
costly victory
pyrrhic
lukewarm
tepid
censure
obloquy
sagacity
perspicacity
old fashion
stodgy
to gain favor
ingratiate
peradventure
haply
unfriendly
inimical
ephemeral
evanescence
adhesive; gluey; sticky
viscid
scanty; small
exiguous
unlucky
untoward
agitated
pother
artificia
factitious
powerfully persuasive
cogent
quackery
mountebankery
urgency
exigency
untidy
frowsy
government of women
gynecocracy
prestidigitation
legerdemain
funeral rites
obsequies
equivocate
prevaricate
prerequisite
sine qua non
a depraved act
turpitude
to howl or wail
ululate
excessively suave
unctuous
an about face
volte-face
swollen
turgid
sleep inducing
somniferous
to undervalue
misprize
to portray in words
limn
implacable
inexorable
nonchalant
insouciant
immature
callow
something desired, needed, or wanted
desideratum
legerdemain
prestidigitation
dissolute
profligate
representation
simulacrum
unwholesome atmosphere
miasma
harmonious
consonant
platitude
bromide
to revoke or abolish
abrogate
to give up power
abdicate
keen
acuity
excessive pride, conceit
vainglory
to formally declare
promulgate
spurious
specious
specious
spurious
to know; to wit
wot
a large pot for boiling
caldron
inner embryonic membrane
caul
coils of worsted yarn
skein
habitual
inveterate
to speak against
inveigh
to make obscure or unclear
bedim
dishonesty or perservance
improbity
worthless
nugatory
great in size, force or extent
prodigious
boisterously and noisily aggressive
obstreperous
take exception to
demur
extremely wicked
nefarious
emptiness; exhaustion
inanition
supporter or promoter
fautor
exceedingly harmful
pernicious
stodgy
fusty
accidental
adventitious
a line or boundary
mete (noun)
to prevent the occurrence of
obviate
to lessen the density of;
to make more subtle or refined
rarefy
excessively ornamented
florid
a person without moral scruples
miscreant
to distribute or measure
mete (verb)
cemetery
charnel