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16 terms

The Blues

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irascible
easily angered; testy; choleric; touchy
writhe
to twist sideways, in pain or suffering
taciturn
naturally silent; untalkative; laconic
tawdry
cheap-looking; showy; gaudy
servile
subservient; abject; annoyingly submissive
surreptitious
secretive, deceptive, clandestine
rancor
deep-seated bitterness; old enmity
sullen
quietly resentful; lowering; gloomy, dismal
remorse
self-reproach; regret; guilty uneasiness
rue
to regret exceedingly; feel remorse or sorrow
malice
desire to see another suffer; extreme ill-will or spite
malign
to slander, defame; speak of in an ill-willed manner
admonish
to warn strongly, reprove; show disapproval
premonition
forewarning, foreboding; presentment
mediate
to reconcile by acting as an intermediary or go-between in a dispute
mediocre
of only ordinary quality or low quality