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Deviation from what is correct or right.
Suspension of an activity; postponement.
Sparing in use of food or drink; moderate.
Concealed; difficult to comprehend; obscure.
Embrace; award; commendation.
Bitter; harsh; caustic.
Sarcastic; caustic; angry; mordant.
Sharpness; acuteness; keenness.
Perceptive. 2. Excruciating.
Proficient; masterful; expert.
Believer; supporter; devotee.
Attachment; appendage. 2. Subordinate or auxiliary capacity.
Caution; reprove mildly; reprimand.
Dexterous; proficient; skillful.
Excessive flattery; adoration; idolization.
Make impure or inferior by adding improper ingredients; contaminate; pollute.
Argue for a cause; defend. 2. Support; uphold.
Person who cultivates beauty or art; connoisseur.
Make more powerful; amplify; increase.
Eagerness; zeal; speed.
Concerned about the general welfare of others; charitable; generous.
Uncertainty; doubt; indecisiveness.
Able to walk; not stationary.
Make better; improve.
Cordial; of pleasant disposition; friendly.
Without structure; shapeless; nebulous.
Abnormality; deviation from the general rule; irregularity.
Ancient; antiquated; obsolete.
Feeling of opposition or repugnance; aversion; dislike.
Lack of concern; emotion or interest; indifference.
Gap; opening; orifice.
False; unauthenticated; disputed.
Essence; epitome. 2. Canonization.
Satisfy; make peace; placate.
Suitable for cultivation or plowing.
Feeling superior to other people; egotistical.
Ease; make less burdensome; mitigate.
Waste away from lack of use; degenerate.
Boldness or adventurousness; gall.
Person who acts like a dictator; tyrant. 2. Disciplinarian.
Extreme desire for wealth; greed; acquisitiveness.
Large enclosure confining birds.
Guarantee; take responsibility for; affirm.
Affirm; assert; declare; acknowledge.
Sorrowful; sinister; evil.
Soothing ointment for pain or healing; salve.
Trite; insipid; ordinary.
Deadly affliction; curse; plague.
Cruel action; inhuman act; harsh conduct.
Infertile; impotent. 2. Arid; unproductive.
Stupefy or confuse; misconstrue.
Humiliate; tease; diminish in importance.
Experience pain or distress. 2. Express pity for; mourn.
Preoccupied by thought; bewildered; perplexed.
Defraud; deceive; hoodwink.
Gaiety; happiness; enjoyment.
Happy; pleased; delighted.
Noisy; loud; violent; rowdy.
Ill-mannered; rude; gauche.
Briefness; succinctness; terseness.
Introduce; bring up; mention.
Intimidate; harass; dominate.
Botch; mismanage; spoil.
Truss; foundation; support.
Discordant; dissident; harsh.
Inexperienced; immature; naive.
Frank; blunt; open.
Drink to excess; live it up.
Stop; end; halt.
Swift motion; speed; alacrity.
Critical; attacking; denouncing.
Fraud; person claiming knowledge he/she does not have; humbug; fake; hustler.
Castigate; punish; reprove.
Sweet; kind; innocent.
Fanciful; whimsical; playful.
Compulsive; typical; habitual; inveterate.
Selfish; rancorous; surly.