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english FFA vocab

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paradoxical
a seemingly contradictory or absurd statement that expresses a possible truth (adjective)
platonic
an intimate relationship characterized by the absence of sexual involvement (adjective)
vague
not clearly or explicitly stated or expressed (adjective)
intuition
a perception of the truth independent of any reasoning process (noun)
inanimate
lifeless (adjective)
involuntary
not voluntary; independently (adverb)
depraved
morally corrupt or perverted (adjective)
implication
something implied or suggested to be understood (noun)
squander
to spend or use extravagantly or wastefully (verb)
cordial
courteous and gracious (adjective)
clarity
the state or quality being clear (noun)
imperceptible
very slight, gradual or subtle (adjective)
qualms
an uneasy felling; misgivings (noun)
affront
insult (noun)
egotistic
vain; boastful (adverb)
erratic
inconsistent or changeable behavior; unpredictable (adjective)
gawk
stare stupidly; gape (verb)
pertinent
relevant; pertaining directly to the matter at hand (adjective)
pompous
an ostentatious display of dignity or importance (adjective)
listless
showing or having no interest in anything (adjective)