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deviation from the normal or common order or form or rule, abberation (antonym: conformity, regularity, normality)
to make less severe; relieve; ease; mitigate, placate, propitiate, palliate, ameliorate(antonym: exacerbate, upset)
having one or more interpretation; purposely vague, misleading, or ambiguous (antonym: certain, clear, definite)
clear and easily understood, limpid, pellucidm (antonym: clouded, unclear, obscure, vague, opaque)
to soothe or pacify, assuage, ameliorate, mitigate (antonym: upset, worry, agitate, irritate)
to throw down from a height, sudden and unexpected; to cause to happen; capricious (antonym: check, slow, wait)
passion; enthusiastic devotion to a cause or goal; ardor, fervid, fervor (antonym: apathetic, half heartedness)
lack of interest in or concern for things that others find moving or exciting (antonym: fervor, zeal, ardor)
bold; daring; fearless, dauntless (antonym: cautious, gentle, humble, meek, mild, modest, reserved, timid)
impulsive; whimsical; without much thought, precipitate, mercurial, volatile, ephemeral (antonym: constant, dependable, sensible, staid, steadfast, steady)
momentary; transient; fleeting, volatile, precipitate (antonym: enduring, eternal, everlasting, interminable, permanent, perpetual )
one who pays undue attention to book learning and rules; one who displays learning ostentatiously; a prig
to soften or make milder, assuage, ameliorate, placate (antonym: exacerbate, irritate, worsen)
explosive, unstable, mercurial; flighty, fleeting, transient, ephemeral, capricious (antonym: enduring, eternal, everlasting, interminable, permanent, perpetual)
to speak in favor of, bolster, champion (antonym: vilify, assail, attack, criticize, impugn, oppose, protest)
dislike, hostility; extreme opposition or aversion, rancor, enmity, abhorrance (admiration, appreciation, approval, esteem)
harsh unpleasant sound; inharmonious sound; discord, cacophony (antonym: agreement, concord, harmony)
to weaken, attenuate, sap strength from, wear out (antonym: activate, animate, empower, energize, invigorate, strengthen)
straightforward, open; naive and unsophisticated, frank green (antonym: disingenuous, deceitful, dishonest, sly)
sluggish, languid, lacking energy, torpid, enervated (antonym: active, busy, energetic, lively, vital, vivacious)
dour, stubborn, uncompromising, uncooperative (antonym: amenable, gentle, submissive, susceptible, yielding)
pretentious or showy or vulgar display, pompousness, bravado (antonym: modesty, plainness, quiet, reservation)
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