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scar 2

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abstruse
difficult to understand, recondite, concealed
abstruse
complex, complicated, intricate, knotty
amendable
open to or willing to follow advice or suggestion, tractable, malleable
amendable
docile, obedient
ascetic
one who leads a life of self-denial and contemplation; absent of luxury
ascetic
austere, severe, stern
augury
an omen or prophecy
consecrate
to dedicate or declare sacred
consecrate
hallow, devote
dearth
a lack of scarcity
dearth
paucity
depravity
moral corruption, a wicked or perverse act
depravity
abasement, corruption, debasement, debauchery, perversion
enmity
absolute hatred
enmity
animosity, animus, antagonism, antipathy, hostility, rancor
exigent
urgent, emergency, requiring attention
fervent
showing great emotion, impassioned
fervent
fervid, passionate, perfervid
gaunt
very thin, emaciated, angular
gaunt
lank, lean, rawboned, spare
indefatigable
tireless, incapable of being fatigued.
infamous
having a reputation of the worst kind, vicious, notoriously bad
infamous
disreputable, ignominious
languid
slow, sluggish, listless, weak
languid
lethargic, stuporous, torpid
lurid
sensational, gruesome and causing shock or horror
lurid
grisly, ghastly, macabre
malleable
capable of being shaped, influenced, or altered; tractable
malleable
plastic, pliable, pliant, ductile
misanthrope
a hater of mankind
misanthrope
misanthropist
opaque
not allowing the passage of light, not transparent; hard to understand
opaque
dark
placid
peace or calm
placid
serene, tranquil
prolific
fecund, fertile
prolific
abundantly fruitful, marked by great productivity
propensity
preference, natural inclination
propensity
leaning, penchant, proclivity
remonstrate
to pretest, make objections
replete
filled to capacity, abundant supply
replete
plenary
stalwart
one who supports a cause with firm partisanship
stalwart
resolute, strong
venerate
to honor, revere
venerate
adore, worship