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  aboriginal :: being the first of its kind in a region: primitive:
native
          abortive :: unsuccessful: fruitless
          abstemious :: temperate: sparing in drink, etc.
          abstruse :: obscure: profound: difficult to understand
          acetic :: vinegary
          acidulous :: slightly sour: sharp: caustic
          acquiescent :: accepting passively
          acrid :: sharp: bitterly pungent
          acrimonious :: stinging: caustic
          actuarial :: calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics
          adamant :: hard: inflexible
          addle :: rotten: muddled; crazy
          adept :: expert at
          adipose :: fatty
          adroit :: skillful
          adventitious :: accidental: casual
          adverse :: unfavorable: hostile
          aesthetic :: artistic: dealing with or capable off appreciation of the
beautiful
          affected :: artificial: pretended
          agape :: openmouthed
          aggregate :: sum: total
          aghast :: horrified
          albeit :: although
          alimentary :: supplying nourishment
          alluvial :: pertaining to soil deposits left by rivers, etc.
          aloof :: apart; reserved
          ambiguous :: doubtful in meaning
          ambulatory :: able to walk
          amenable :: readily managed; willing to be led
          amiable :: agreeable; lovable
          amicable :: friendly
          amorphous :: shapeless
          amphibian :: able to live both on land in water
          ample :: abundant
          amuck :: in a state of rage
          analogous :: comparable
          ancillary :: serving as an aid or accessory; auxiliary
          animated :: lively
          anomalous :: abnormal; irregular
          anonymous :: having no name
          antediluvian :: antiquated; ancient
          anthropoid :: manlike
          apathetic :: indifferent
          apocryphal :: not genuine; sham
          apposite :: appropriate; fitting
          apprehensive :: fearful; discerning
          aquiline :: curved; hooked
          arable :: fit for plowing
          arbitrary :: fixed or decided; despotic
          archaic :: antiquated
          arduous :: hard; strenuous
          aromatic :: fragrant
          arrant :: thorough; complete; unmitigated
          ascetic :: practicing self-denial; austere
          ashen :: ash-colored
          asinine :: stupid
          askance :: with a sideway or indirect look
          askew :: crookedly; slanted; at an angle
          assiduous :: diligent
          astral :: relating to the stars
          astute :: wise; shrewd
          astringent :: binding; causing contraction
          atheistic :: denying the existence of God
          athwart :: across; in opposition
          atypical :: not normal
          auspicious :: favoring success
          austere :: strict; stern
          autonomous :: self-governing
          auxiliary :: helper, additional or subsidiary
          averse :: reluctant
          avid :: greedy; eager for
          avuncular :: like an uncle
          awry :: distorted; crooked
          azure :: sky blue
          bacchanalian :: drunken
          baleful :: deadly; destructive
          balmy :: mild; fragrant
          banal :: hackneyed; commonplace; trite
          baneful :: ruinous; poisonous
          bantering :: good-natured ridiculing
          baroque :: highly ornate
          beatific :: giving bliss; blissful
          belated :: delayed
          bellicose :: warlike
          benevolent :: generous; charitable
          benighted :: overcome by darkness
          benign :: kindly; favorable; not malignant
          bereft :: deprived of; lacking
          berserk :: frenzied
          bicameral :: two-chambered, as a legislative body
          biennial :: every two years
          bilious :: suffering from indigestion; irritable
          bizarre :: fantastic; violently contrasting
          bland :: soothing; mild
          blasphemous :: profane; impious
          blatant :: loudly offensive
          bleak :: cold; cheerless
          blighted :: suffering from a disease; destroyed
          blithe :: gay; joyous
          bloated :: swollen or puffed as with water or air
          bogus :: counterfeit; not authentic
          boisterous :: violent; rough; noisy
          bombastic :: pompous; using inflated language
          bootless :: useless
          bountiful :: generous; showing bounty
          brazen :: insolent
          bristling :: rising like bristles; showing irritation
          brusque :: blunt; abrupt
          bucolic :: rustic; pastoral
          bumptious :: self-assertive
          buxom :: plump; vigorous; jolly
          cadaverous :: like a corpse; pale
          callous :: hardened; unfeeling
          calorific :: heat-producing
          canny :: shrewd; thrifty
          capacious :: spacious
          capricious :: fickle; incalculable
          captious :: faultfinding
          carnal :: fleshly
          carnivorous :: meat-eating
          carping :: finding fault
          catholic :: broadly sympathetic; liberal
          caustic :: burning; sarcastically biting
          celestial :: heavenly
          celibate :: unmarried; abstaining from sexual intercourse
          centigrade :: measure of temperature used widely in Europe
          centrifugal :: radiating; departing from the center
          cerebral :: pertaining to the brain of intellect
          chaffing :: bantering; joking
          chaotic :: in utter disorder
          chary :: cautiously watchful
          chaste :: pure
          checkered :: marked by changes in fortune
          chimerical :: fantastic; highly imaginative
          choleric :: hot-tempered
          chronic :: long established as a disease
          churlish :: boorish; rude
          ciliated :: having minute hairs
          circuitous :: roundabout
          circumspect :: prudent; cautious
          clairvoyant :: having foresight
          clandestine :: secret
          clarion :: shrill trumpetlike sound
          climactic :: relating to the highest point
          cogent :: convincing
          cognate :: allied by blood; of the same or kindred nature
          coincident :: occurring at the same time
          colossal :: huge
          combustible :: easily burned
          comely :: attractive; agreeable
          commensurate :: equal in extent
          commodious :: spacious and comfortable
          compatible :: harmonious; in harmony with
          complacent :: self-satisfied
          complaisant :: trying to please; obliging
          compliant :: yielding
          concentric :: having a common center
          concise :: brief and compact
          concurrent :: happening at the same time
          condign :: adequate; deservedly severe
          congenital :: existing at birth
          conjugal :: pertaining to marriage
          connubial :: pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state
          consummate :: complete
          contentious :: quarrelsome
          contiguous :: adjacent to; touching upon
          contingent :: conditional
          contrite :: penitent
          contumacious :: disobedient; resisting authority
          conversant :: familiar with
          convivial :: festive; gay; characterized by joviality
          copious :: plentiful
          corporeal :: bodily; material
          corpulent :: very fat
          corrosive :: eating away by chemicals or disease
          cosmic :: pertaining to the universe; vast
          covert :: secret; hidden; implied
          covetous :: avaricious; eagerly desirous of
          coy :: shy; modest; coquettish
          crabbed :: sour; peevish
          crass :: very unrefined; grossly insensible
          craven :: cowardly
          crestfallen :: dejected; dispirited
          cryptic :: mysterious; hidden; secret
          culinary :: relating to cooking
          cursory :: casual; hastily done
          dank :: damp
          culpable :: deserving blame
          dauntless :: bold
          debonair :: friendly; aiming to please
          deciduous :: falling of as of leaves
          decorous :: proper
          decrepit :: worn out by age
          deducible :: derived by reasoning
          defeatist :: attitude of one who is ready to accept defeat as a natural
outcome
          definitive :: final; complete
          defunct :: dead; no longer in use or existence
          deleterious :: harmful
          delusive :: deceptive; raising vain hopes
          demoniac :: fiendish
          demure :: grave; serious; coy
          deprecatory :: disapproving
          deranged :: insane
          derelict :: abandoned
          derogatory :: expressing a low opinion
          despicable :: contemptible
          destitute :: extremely poor
          desultory :: aimless; jumping around
          devious :: going astray; erratic
          devoid :: lacking
          devout :: pious
          dexterous :: skillful
          diabolical :: devilish
          diaphanous :: sheer; transparent
          digressive :: wandering away from the subject
          dilatory :: delaying
            
            
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          dire :: disastrous
          discernible :: distinguishable; perceivable
          discerning :: mentally quick and observant; having insight
          disconsolate :: sad
          discordant :: inharmonious; conflicting
          discrete :: separate; unconnected
          discursive :: digressing; rambling
          disheveled :: untidy
          disingenuous :: not naive; sophisticated
          disinterested :: unprejudiced
          disjointed :: disconnected
          disparate :: basically different; unrelated
          dispirited :: lacking in spirit
          disputatious :: argumentative; fond of argument
          dissolute :: loose in morals
          distrait :: absentminded
          distraught :: upset; distracted by anxiety
          diurnal :: daily
          divers :: several; differing
          diverse :: differing in some characteristics; various
          docile :: obedient; easily managed
          dogmatic :: positive; arbitrary
          dolorous :: sorrowful
          dormant :: sleeping; lethargic; torpid
          dorsal :: relating to the back of an animal
          doughty :: courageous
          dour :: sullen; stubborn
          droll :: queer and amusing
          dubious :: doubtful
          earthy :: unrefined; coarse
          ebullient :: showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm
          ecclesiastic :: pertaining to the church
          eerie :: weird
          effectual :: efficient
          effeminate :: having womanly traits
          effete :: worn out; exhausted; barren
          efflorescent :: flowering
          effulgent :: brilliantly radiant
          effusive :: pouring forth; gushing
          egregious :: gross; shocking
          elegiacal :: like an elegy; mournful
          elusive :: evasive; baffling; hard to grasp
          elusory :: tending to deceive expectations; elusive
          emaciated :: thin and wasted
          eminent :: high; lofty
          enamored :: in love
          encomiastic :: praising; eulogistic
          ephemeral :: short-lived; fleeting
          equable :: tranquil; steady; uniform
          equivocal :: doubtful; ambiguous
          errant :: wandering
          erudite :: learned; scholarly
          esoteric :: known only to the chosen few
          estranged :: separated
          ethereal :: light; heavenly; fine
          ethnic :: relating to races
          eulogistic :: praising
          euphonious :: pleasing in sound
          evanescent :: fleeting; vanishing
          evasive :: not frank; eluding
          execrable :: very bad
          exemplary :: serving as a model; outstanding
          exiguous :: small; minute
          exorbitant :: excessive
          exotic :: not native; strange
          expeditiously :: rapidly and efficiently
          extant :: still in existence
          extemporaneous :: not planned; impromptu
          extraneous :: not essential; external
          extrinsic :: external; not inherent; foreign
          exuberant :: abundant; effusive; lavish
          facetious :: humorous; jocular
          facile :: easy; expert
          factious :: inclined to form factions; causing dissension
          factitious :: artificial; sham
          fain :: gladly
          fallacious :: misleading
          fallible :: liable to err
          fallow :: plowed but not sowed; uncultivated
          fancied :: imagined; unreal
          fanciful :: whimsical; visionary
          fantastic :: unreal; grotesque; whimsical
          fastidious :: difficult to please; squeamish
          fatuous :: foolish; inane
          fawning :: courting favor by cringing and flattering
          feasible :: practical
          felicitous :: apt; suitably expressed; well chosen
          fell :: cruel; deadly
          fervent :: ardent; hot
          fervid :: ardent
          fetid :: malodorous
          fickle :: changeable; faithless
          fictitious :: imaginary
          filial :: pertaining to a son daughter
          finicky :: too particular; fussy
          finite :: limited
          fitful :: spasmodic; intermittent
          flaccid :: flabby
          flagging :: weak; drooping
          flagrant :: conspicuously wicked
          flamboyant :: ornate
          fledgling :: inexperienced
          florid :: flowery; ruddy
          foolhardy :: rash
          foppish :: vain about dress and appearance
          forensic :: suitable to debate or courts of law
          formidable :: menacing; threatening
          fortuitous :: accidental; by chance
          fractious :: unruly
          frantic :: wild
          fraudulent :: cheating; deceitful
          fraught :: filled
          frenetic :: frenzied; frantic
          frenzied :: madly excited
          frigid :: intensely cold
          frolicsome :: prankish; gay
          froward :: disobedient; perverse; stubborn
          frowzy :: slovenly; unkempt; dirty
          fulsome :: disgustingly excessive
          funereal :: sad; solemn
          furtive :: stealthy
          fustian :: pompous; bombastic
          garbled :: mixed up; based on false or unfair selection
          garish :: gaudy
          genteel :: well-bred; elegant
          germane :: pertinent; bearing upon the case at hand
          ghastly :: horrible
          glib :: fluent
          glossy :: smooth and shining
          glutinous :: sticky; viscous
          gluttonous :: greedy for food
          gnarled :: twisted
          gory :: bloody
          gossamer :: sheer; like cobwebs
          hazardous :: dangerous
          hazy :: slightly obscure
          heedless :: not noticing; disregarding
          heinous :: atrocious; hatefully bad
          heterogeneous :: dissimilar
          hibernal :: wintry
          hindmost :: furthest behind
          hirsute :: hairy
          histrionic :: theatrical
          hoary :: white with age
          homespun :: domestic; made at home
          homogeneous :: of the same kind
          horticultural :: pertaining to cultivation of gardens
          humane :: kind
          humdrum :: dull; monotonous
          humid :: damp
          hypercritical :: excessively exacting
          hypocritical :: pretending to be virtuous; deceiving
          hypothetical :: based on assumptions or hypotheses
          iconoclastic :: attacking cherished traditions
          igneous :: produced by fire; volcanic
          ignoble :: of lowly origin; unworthy
          ignominious :: disgraceful
          illimitable :: infinite
          immaculate :: pure; spotless
          imminent :: impending; near at hand
          immune :: exempt
          immutable :: unchangeable
          impassive :: without feeling; not affected by pain
          impeccable :: faultless
          impecunious :: without money
          impending :: nearing; approaching
          impenitent :: not repentant
          imperious :: domineering
          impermeable :: impervious; not permitting passage through its substance
          impertinent :: insolent
          impervious :: not penetrable; not permitting passage through
          impetuous :: violent; hasty; rash
          impious :: irreverent
          implacable :: incapable of being pacified
          implicit :: understood but not stated
          impolitic :: not wise
          impregnable :: invulnerable
          impromptu :: without previous preparation
          improvident :: thriftless
          inalienable :: not to be taken away; nontransferable
          inane :: silly; senseless
          inanimate :: lifeless
          inarticulate :: speechless; producing indistinct speech
          incarnate :: endowed with flesh; personified
          incessant :: uninterrupted
          inchoate :: recently begun; rudimentary; elementary
          incipient :: beginning; in an early stage
          incisive :: cutting; sharp
          inclement :: stormy; unkind
          inclusive :: tending to include all
          incognito :: with identity concealed; using an assumed name
          incommodious :: not spacious
          incompatible :: inharmonious
          inconsequential :: of trifling significance
          incontrovertible :: indisputable
          incorporeal :: immaterial; without a material body
          incorrigible :: uncorrectable
          indefatigable :: tireless
          indigenous :: native
          indigent :: poor
          indisputable :: too certain to be disputed
          indomitable :: unconquerable
          indubitably :: beyond a doubt
          indulgent :: humoring; yielding; lenient
          ineffable :: unutterable; cannot be expressed in speech
          inept :: unsuited; absurd; incompetent
          inexorable :: relentless; unyielding; implacable
          infallible :: unerring
          infamous :: notoriously bad
          infinitesimal :: very small
          inflated :: enlarged with air or gas
          ingenuous :: naive; young; unsophisticated
          inherent :: firmly established by nature or habit
          inimical :: unfriendly; hostile
          iniquitous :: unjust; wicked
          innate :: inborn
          innocuous :: harmless
          inordinate :: unrestrained; excessive
          insatiable :: not easily satisfied; greedy
          inscrutable :: incomprehensible; not to be discovered
          insensate :: without feeling
          insidious :: treacherous; stealthy; sly
          insipid :: tasteless; dull
          insolent :: haughty and contemptuous
          insular :: like an island; narrow-minded
          insuperable :: insurmountable; invincible
          insurgent :: rebellious
          interminable :: endless
          intermittent :: periodic; on and off
          intransigent :: refusing any compromise
          intrepid :: fearless
          intrinsic :: belonging to a thing in itself; inherent
          introvert :: inclined to think more about oneself
          inured :: accustomed; hardened
          inverse :: opposite
          inveterate :: deep-rooted; habitual
          invidious :: designed to create ill will or envy
          invulnerable :: incapable of injury
          irascible :: irritable; easily angered
          iridescent :: exhibiting rainbowlike colors
          ironical :: resulting in an unexpected and contrary manner
          irreconcilable :: incompatible; not able to be resolved
          irrelevant :: not applicable; unrelated
          irremediable :: incurable; uncorrectable
          irreparable :: not able to be corrected or repaired
          irreverent :: lacking proper respect
          irrevocable :: unalterable
          itinerant :: wandering; traveling
          jaded :: fatigued; surfeited
          jaundiced :: yellowed; prejudiced; envious
          jocose :: giving to joking
          jocular :: said or done in jest
          jocund :: merry
          judicious :: wise; determined by sound judgment
          lackadaisical :: affectedly languid
          laconic :: brief and to the point
          laggard :: slow; sluggish
          lambent :: flickering; softly radiant
          laminated :: made of thin plates or scales
          languid :: weary; sluggish; listless
          lascivious :: lustful
          latent :: dormant; hidden
          lateral :: coming from the side
          laudatory :: expressing praise
          lavish :: liberal; wasteful
          lecherous :: impure in thought and act; lustful; unchaste
          lethal :: deadly
          lethargic :: drowsy; dull
          lewd :: lustful
          libelous :: defamatory; injurious to the good name of a person
          libidinous :: lustful
          licentious :: wanton; lewd; dissolute
          limpid :: clear
          linguistic :: pertaining to language
          lithe :: flexible; supple
          livid :: lead-colored; black and blue; enraged
          loath :: averse; reluctant
          loquacious :: talkative
          lucent :: shining
          lucid :: bright; easily understood
          lucrative :: profitable
          lugubrious :: mournful
          luminous :: shining; issuing light
          lunar :: pertaining to the moon
          lurid :: wild; sensational
          luscious :: pleasing to taste or smell
          lustrous :: shining
          luxuriant :: fertile; abundant; ornate
          macabre :: gruesome; grisly
          Machiavellian :: crafty; double-dealing
          magnanimous :: generous
          magniloquent :: boastful; pompous
          malevolent :: wishing evil
          malicious :: dictated by hatred or spite
          malignant :: having an evil influence; virulent
          malleable :: capable of being shaped by pounding
          mammoth :: gigantic
          mandatory :: obligatory
          maniacal :: raving mad
          manifest :: understandable; clear
          marital :: pertaining to marriage
          maritime :: bordering on the sea; nautical
          martial :: warlike
          maternal :: motherly
          maudlin :: effusively sentimental
          mauve :: pale purple
          meddlesome :: interfering
          mediocre :: ordinary; commonplace
          mellifluous :: flowing smoothly; smooth
          mendacious :: lying; false
          menial :: suitable for servants; low
          mercantile :: concerning trade
          mercenary :: interested in money or gain
          mercurial :: fickle; changing
          meretricious :: flashy; tawdry
          metallurgical :: pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores
          metaphysical :: pertaining to speculative philosophy
          meticulous :: excessively careful
          migrant :: changing its habitat; wandering
          migratory :: wandering
          mincing :: affectedly dainty
          mobile :: movable; not fixed
          modish :: fashionable
          molten :: melted
          momentous :: very important
            
            
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          monetary :: pertaining to money
          monotheism :: belief in one God
          moot :: debatable
          morbid :: given to unwholesome thought; gloomy
          mordant :: biting; sarcastic; stinging
          moribund :: at the point of death
          morose :: ill-humored; sullen
          motley :: parti-colored; mixed
          muggy :: warm and damp
          multiform :: having many forms
          multilingual :: having many languages
          mundane :: worldly as opposed to spiritual
          munificent :: very generous
          musky :: having the odor of musk
          musty :: stale; spoiled by age
          mutable :: changing in form; fickle
          mutinous :: unruly; rebellious
          natal :: pertaining to birth
          nebulous :: cloudy; hazy
          nefarious :: very wicked
          niggardly :: meanly stingy; parsimonious
          nocturnal :: done at night
          noisome :: foul smelling; unwholesome
          nomadic :: wandering
          noncommittal :: neutral; unpledged; undecided
          notorious :: outstandingly bad; unfavorably known
          noxious :: harmful
          nugatory :: futile; worthless
          nutrient :: providing nourishment
          obdurate :: stubborn
          obese :: fat
          oblique :: slanting; deviating from the perpendicular or from a straight
line
          obnoxious :: offensive
          obsequious :: slavishly attentive; servile; sycophantic
          obsolete :: outmoded
          obtrusive :: pushing toward
          obtuse :: blunt; stupid
          occult :: mysterious; secret; supernatural
          odious :: hateful
          odoriferous :: giving off an order
          odorous :: having an odor
          officious :: meddlesome; excessively trying to please
          olfactory :: concerning the sense of smell
          ominous :: threatening
          omnipotent :: all-powerful
          omniscient :: all-knowing
          omnivorous :: eating both plant and animal food; devouring everything
          onerous :: burdensome
          opalescent :: iridescent
          opaque :: dark; not transparent
          opportune :: timely; well chosen
          opprobrious :: disgraceful
          ornate :: excessively decorated; highly decorated
          ostensible :: apparent; professed; pretended
          ostentatious :: showy; pretentious
          overt :: open to view
          palatable :: agreeable; pleasing to the taste
          palatial :: magnificent
          pallid :: pale; wan
          palpable :: tangible; easily perceptible
          paltry :: insignificant; petty
          parsimonious :: stingy; excessively frugal
          passive :: not active; acted upon
          pastoral :: rural
          patent :: open for the public to read; obvious
          pathetic :: causing sadness, compassion, pity; touching
          pecuniary :: pertaining to money
          pedantic :: showing off learning; bookish
          pell-mell :: in confusion; disorderly
          pellucid :: transparent; limpid; easy to understand
          pendant :: hanging down from something
          pendent :: suspended; jutting; pending
          penitent :: repentant
          pensive :: dreamily thoughtful; thoughtful with a hint of sadness
          penurious :: stingy; parsimonious
          peremptory :: demanding and leaving no choice
          perennial :: lasting
          perfidious :: basely false
          perforce :: of necessity
          perfunctory :: superficial; listless; not thorough
          peripatetic :: walking about; moving
          permeable :: porous; allowing passage through
          pernicious :: very destructive
          perpetual :: everlasting
          perspicacious :: having insight; penetrating; astute
          pert :: impertinent; forward
          pertinacious :: stubborn; persistent
          pertinent :: suitable; to the point
          perverse :: stubborn; intractable
          pervious :: penetrable
          pestilential :: causing plague; baneful
          petulant :: touchy; peevish
          phlegmatic :: calm; not easily disturbed
          pied :: variegated; multicolored
          pious :: devout
          piquant :: pleasantly tart-tasting; stimulating
          piscatorial :: pertaining to fishing
          pithy :: concise; meaty
          placid :: peaceful; calm
          plaintive :: mournful
          plauditory :: approving; applauding
          plebeian :: common; pertaining to the common people
          plenary :: complete; full
          plenipotentiary :: fully empowered
          plumb :: checking perpendicularity; vertical
          poignant :: keen; piercing; severe
          politic :: expedient; prudent; well devised
          polyglot :: speaking several languages
          portentous :: ominous; serious
          portly :: stately; stout
          posthumous :: after death
          potential :: expressing possibility; latent
          practicable :: feasible
          practical :: based on experience; useful
          pragmatic :: practical; concerned with practical values
          precarious :: uncertain; risky
          precedent :: preceding in time, rank, etc.
          precipitate :: headlong; rash
          precipitous :: steep
          precocious :: developed ahead of time
          predatory :: plundering
          preeminent :: outstanding; superior
          prefatory :: introductory
          preposterous :: absurd; ridiculous
          pretentious :: ostentatious; ambitious
          prim :: very precise and formal; exceedingly proper
          primordial :: existing at the beginning of time; rudimentary
          pristine :: characteristic of earlier times; primitive; unspoiled
          privy :: secret; hidden; not public
          prodigal :: wasteful; reckless with money
          prodigious :: marvelous; enormous
          profligate :: dissipated; wasteful; licentious
          prolific :: abundantly fruitful
          prolix :: verbose; drawn out
          promiscuous :: mixed indiscriminately; haphazard; irregular
          prone :: inclined to; prostrate
          propitious :: favorable; kindly
          propulsive :: driving forward
          prosaic :: commonplace; dull
          provident :: displaying foresight; thrifty; preparing for emergencies
          prurient :: based on lascivious thoughts
          puerile :: childish
          pugnacious :: combative; disposed to fight
          puissant :: powerful; strong; potent
          pulmonary :: pertaining to the lungs
          punctilious :: laying stress on niceties of conduct or form; precise
          pungent :: stinging; caustic
          punitive :: punishing
          puny :: insignificant; tiny; weak
          pusillanimous :: cowardly; fainthearted
          putrid :: foul; rotten; decayed
          querulous :: fretful; whining
          quiescent :: at rest; dormant
          quixotic :: idealistic but impractical
          quizzical :: bantering; comical; humorously serious
          rabid :: like a fanatic; furious
          rampant :: rearing up on hind legs; unrestrained
          rancid :: having the odor of stale fat
          rapacious :: excessively grasping; plundering
          rarefied :: made less dense of a gas
          raucous :: harsh and shrill
          ravening :: rapacious; seeking prey
          ravenous :: extremely hungry
          recalcitrant :: obstinately stubborn
          reciprocal :: mutual; exchangeable; interacting
          recondite :: abstruse; profound; secret
          recumbent :: reclining; lying down completely or in part
          recurrent :: occurring again and again
          redolent :: fragrant; odorous; suggestive of an odor
          redoubtable :: formidable; causing fear
          redundant :: superfluous; excessively wordy; repetitious
          refractory :: stubborn; unmanageable
          refulgent :: radiant
          regal :: royal
          remediable :: reparable
          remedial :: curative; corrective
          remiss :: negligent
          remunerative :: compensating; rewarding
          reparable :: capable of being repaired
          repellent :: driving away; unattractive
          replete :: filled to capacity; abundantly supplied
          reprehensible :: deserving blame
          resonant :: echoing; resounding; possessing resonance
          resplendent :: brilliant; lustrous
          restive :: unmanageable; fretting under control
          retentive :: holding; having a good memory
          retroactive :: of a law which dates back to a period before its
enactment
          retrograde :: going backwards; degenerating
          rheumy :: pertaining to a discharge from nose and eyes
          ribald :: wanton; profane
          rife :: abundant; current
          risible :: inclined to laugh; ludicrous
          risqu?:: verging upon the improper; off-color
          roan :: brown mixed with gray or white
          robust :: vigorous; strong
          rococo :: ornate; highly decorated
          roseate :: rosy; optimistic
          rubicund :: having a healthy reddish color; ruddy; florid
          ruddy :: reddish; healthy-looking
          rudimentary :: not developed; elementary
          rueful :: regretful; sorrowful; dejected
          ruthless :: pitiless
          sacerdotal :: priestly
          sacrilegious :: desecrating; profane
          sacrosanct :: most sacred; inviolable
          sadistic :: inclined to cruelty
          saffron :: orange-colored; colored like the autumn crocus
          sagacious :: keen; shrewd; having insight
          salient :: prominent
          saline :: salty
          sallow :: yellowish; sickly in color
          salubrious :: healthful
          salutary :: tending to improve; beneficial; wholesome
          sanguinary :: bloody
          sanguine :: cheerful; hopeful
          sapid :: savory; tasty; relishable
          sapient :: wise; shrewd
          sardonic :: disdainful; sarcastic; cynical
          saturnine :: gloomy
          scrupulous :: conscientious; extremely thorough
          scurrilous :: obscene; indecent
          sebaceous :: oily; fatty
          secular :: worldly; not pertaining to church matters; temporal
          sedate :: composed; grave
          sedentary :: requiring sitting
          sedulous :: diligent
          sensual :: devoted to the pleasures of the senses; carnal; voluptuous
          sententious :: terse; concise; aphoristic
          serrated :: having a saw-toothed edge
          servile :: slavish; cringing
          shoddy :: sham; not genuine; inferior
          sidereal :: relating to the stars
          simian :: monkeylike
          sinister :: evil
          sinuous :: winding; bending in and out; not morally honest
          skittish :: lively; frisky
          sleazy :: flimsy; unsubstantial
          slovenly :: untidy; careless in work habits
          solicitous :: worried; concerned
          solvent :: able to pay all debts
          somnolent :: half asleep
          sonorous :: resonant
          spasmodic :: fitful; periodic
          spatial :: relating to space
          specious :: seemingly reasonable but incorrect
          spectral :: ghostly
          splenetic :: spiteful; irritable; peevish
          sporadic :: occurring irregularly
          sportive :: playful
          spurious :: false; counterfeit
          squalid :: dirty; neglected; poor
          stagnant :: motionless; stale; dull
          staid :: sober; sedate
          stellar :: pertaining to the stars
          stentorian :: extremely loud
          stolid :: dull; impassive
          striated :: marked with parallel bands
          strident :: loud and harsh
          stringent :: binding; rigid
          sublime :: exalted; noble; uplifting
          sub rosa :: in strict confidence; privately
          subsequent :: following; later
          subservient :: behaving like a slave; servile; obsequious
          subsidiary :: subordinate; secondary
          subversive :: tending to overthrow or ruin
          succinct :: brief; terse; compact
          succulent :: juicy; full of richness
          sultry :: sweltering
          sumptuous :: lavish; rich
          sundry :: various; several
          superannuated :: retired on pension because of age
          supercilious :: contemptuous; haughty
          superficial :: trivial; shallow
          supine :: lying on back
          suppliant :: entreating; beseeching
          supposititious :: assumed; counterfeit; hypothetical
          surly :: rude; cross
          surreptitious :: secret
          sycophantic :: servilely flattering
          sylvan :: pertaining to the woods; rustic
          synchronous :: similarly timed; simultaneous with
          synthetic :: artificial; resulting from synthesis
          tacit :: understood; not put into words
          taciturn :: habitually silent; talking little
          tactile :: pertaining to the organs or sense of touch
          tainted :: contaminated; corrupt
          tautological :: needlessly repetitious
          tawdry :: cheap and gaudy
          temporal :: not lasting forever; limited by time; secular
          tenacious :: holding fast
          tentative :: provisional; experimental
          tenuous :: thin; rare; slim
          tepid :: lukewarm
          terrestrial :: on the earth
          terse :: concise; abrupt; pithy
          tertiary :: third
          testy :: irritable; short-tempered
          therapeutic :: curative
          thermal :: pertaining to heat
          titanic :: gigantic
          titular :: nominal holding of title without obligations
          torpid :: dormant; dull; lethargic
          tortuous :: winding; full of curves
          touchy :: sensitive; irascible
          toxic :: poisonous
          tractable :: docile
          transient :: fleeting; quickly passing away; staying for a short time
          translucent :: partly transparent
          transparent :: permitting light to pass through freely; easily detected
          tremulous :: trembling; wavering
          trenchant :: cutting; keen
          trite :: hackneyed; commonplace
          truculent :: aggressive; savage
          tumid :: swollen; pompous; bombastic
          turbid :: muddy; having the sediment disturbed
          turgid :: swollen; distended
          ubiquitous :: being everywhere; omnipresent
          ulterior :: situated beyond; unstated
          ultimate :: final; not susceptible to further analysis
          unassuaged :: unsatisfied; not soothed
          unassuming :: modest
          unbridled :: violent
          uncanny :: strange; mysterious
          unconscionable :: unscrupulous; excessive
          uncouth :: outlandish; clumsy; boorish
          unctuous :: oily; bland; insincerely suave
          unearthly :: not earthly; weird
          unequivocal :: plain; obvious
          unfaltering :: steadfast
          unfeigned :: genuine; real
          ungainly :: awkward
          unimpeachable :: blameless and exemplary
          unique :: without an equal; single in kind
          unkempt :: disheveled; with uncared for appearance
          unmitigated :: harsh; severe; not lightened
          unruly :: disobedient; lawless
          unseemly :: unbecoming; indecent
          unsullied :: untarnished
          untenable :: unsupportable
          unwitting :: unintentional; not knowing
          unwonted :: unaccustomed
          urbane :: suave; refined; elegant
          uxorious :: excessively devoted to one"s wife
          vacuous :: empty; inane
          vainglorious :: boastful; excessively conceited
          vapid :: insipid; inane
          variegated :: many-colored
          vaunted :: boasted; bragged; highly publicized
          vehement :: impetuous; with marked vigor
          venal :: capable of being bribed
          venerable :: deserving high respect
          venial :: forgivable; trivial
          ventral :: abdominal
          venturous :: daring
          veracious :: truthful
          verbose :: wordy
          verdant :: green; fresh
          vernal :: pertaining to spring
          versatile :: having many talents; capable of working in many fields
          vicarious :: acting as a substitute; done by a deputy
          vindictive :: revengeful
          virile :: manly
          virulent :: extremely poisonous
          viscid :: sticky; adhesive
          viscous :: sticky; gluey
          visionary :: produced by imagination; fanciful; mystical
          vitriolic :: corrosive; sarcastic
          vituperative :: abusive; scolding
          vivacious :: animated; gay
          vociferous :: clamorous; noisy
          volatile :: evaporating rapidly; lighthearted; mercurial
          voluble :: fluent; glib
          voluptuous :: gratifying the senses
          voracious :: ravenous
          vying :: contending
          waggish :: mischievous; humorous; tricky
          wan :: having a pale or sickly color; pallid
          wanton :: unruly; unchaste; excessive
          wary :: very cautious
          whimsical :: capricious; fanciful; quaint
          wily :: cunning; artful
          winsome :: agreeable; gracious; engaging
          witless :: foolish; idiotic
          wizened :: withered; shriveled
          worldly :: engrossed in matters of this earth; not spiritual
          abysmal :: bottomless
          acephalous :: headless
          adulterated :: made impure or spoiled by the addition of inferior
materials
          affable :: courteous
          afferent :: carrying toward the center
          agrarian :: pertaining to land or its cultivation
          amoral :: nonmoral
          analgesic :: causing insensitivity to pain
          anthropomorphic :: having human form or characteristics
          apocalyptic :: prophetic; pertaining to revelations
          apropos :: with reference to; properly
          aseptic :: preventing putrefaction or blood poisoning by killing
bacteria
          auroral :: pertaining to the aurora borealis
          beholden :: obligated; indebted
          bestial :: beastlike; brutal
          bifurcated :: divided into two branches; forked
          blas?:: bored with pleasure or dissipation
          boorish :: rude; clownish
          brackish :: somewhat saline
          brindled :: tawny or grayish with streaks or spots
          callow :: unfledged; youthful
          capillary :: having a very fine bore
          centripetal :: tending toward the center
          colloquial :: pertaining to conversational or common speech
          comatose :: in a coma; extremely sleepy
          convoluted :: coiled around; involved; intricate
          crepuscular :: pertaining to twilight
          crotchety :: eccentric; whimsical
          cursive :: flowing, running
          décollet?:: having a low-necked dress
          degraded :: lowered in rank; debased
          deliquescent :: capable of absorbing moisture from the air and becoming
liquid
          demotic :: pertaining to the people
          didactic :: teaching; instructional
          dispassionate :: calm; impartial
          distaff :: female
          doddering :: shaky; infirm from old age
          dulcet :: sweet sounding
          dynamic :: active; efficient
          embryonic :: undeveloped; rudimentary
          emeritus :: retired but retained in an honorary capacity
          empirical :: based on experience
          empyreal :: celestial; fiery
          endemic :: prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific
area
          enigmatic :: obscure; puzzling
          equitable :: fair; impartial
          erotic :: pertaining to passionate love
          eugenic :: pertaining to the improvement of race
          ex officio :: by virtue of one"s office
          explicit :: definite; open
          febrile :: feverish
          fiduciary :: pertaining to a position of trust
          fluted :: having vertical parallel grooves (as in a pillar)
          fulgent :: beaming; radiant
          garrulous :: loquacious; wordy
          gauche :: clumsy; boorish
          generic :: characteristic of a class or species
          germinal :: pertaining to a germ; creative
          hermetically :: sealed by fusion so as to be airtight
          hortatory :: encouraging
          hyperborean :: situated in extreme north; arctic; cold
          idiosyncratic :: private; peculiar to an individual
          illusive :: deceiving
          impalpable :: imperceptible; intangible
            
            
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          imperturbable :: calm; placid
          imponderable :: weightless
          importunate :: urging; demanding
          impotent :: weak; ineffective
          incongruous :: not fitting; absurd
          incontinent :: lacking self-restraint; licentious
          incredulous :: withholding belief; skeptical
          inductive :: pertaining to induction or proceeding from the specific to the
general
          ineluctable :: irresistible; not to be escaped
          insouciant :: indifferent; without concern or care
          interlocutory :: conversational; intermediate, not final
          internecine :: mutually destructive
          intractable :: unruly; refractory
          irksome :: repetitious; tedious
          irrefragable :: not to be disproved; indisputable
          jejune :: lacking interest; barren; meager
          kinetic :: producing motion
          lachrymose :: producing tears
          laudable :: praiseworthy; commendable
          lissome :: agile; lithe
          ludicrous :: laughable; trifling
          maladroit :: clumsy; bungling
          manifold :: numerous; varied
          mawkish :: sickening; insipid
          militant :: combative; bellicose
          minatory :: threatening
          morganatic :: describing a marriage between a member of a royal family and
a commone
          myopic :: nearsighted
          nascent :: incipient; coming into being
          nautical :: pertaining to ships or navigation
          neap :: lowest
          nubile :: marriageable
          obligatory :: binding; required
          obstreperous :: boisterous; noisy
          omnipresent :: universally present; ubiquitous
          optimum :: most favorable
          orotund :: having a round, resonant quality; inflated speech
          overweening :: presumptuous; arrogant
          parlous :: dangerous; perilous
          pass?:: old-fashioned; past the prime
          pathological :: pertaining to disease
          pejorative :: having a deteriorating or depreciating effect on the meaning
of a word
          pendulous :: hanging; suspended
          pennate :: having wings or feathers
          personable :: attractive
          perspicuous :: plainly expressed
          pharisaical :: pertaining to the Pharisees; self-righteous;
hypocritical
          physiological :: pertaining to the science of the function of living
organisms
          picaresque :: pertaining to rogues in literature
          piebald :: mottled; spotted
          plangent :: plaintive; resounding sadly
          platonic :: purely spiritual; theoretical; without sensual desire
          plausible :: having a show of truth but open to doubt; specious
          postprandial :: after dinner
          potable :: suitable for drinking
          prehensile :: capable of grasping or holding
          premonitory :: serving to warn
          prognathous :: having projecting jaws
          prophylactic :: used to prevent disease
          provincial :: pertaining to a province; limited
          psychopathic :: pertaining to mental derangement
          purblind :: dim-sighted; obtuse
          putative :: supposed; reputed
          queasy :: easily nauseated; squeamish
          reactionary :: recoiling from progress; retrograde
          recherch?:: choice, sought after; rare
          resilient :: elastic; having the power of springing back
          resurgent :: rising again after defeat, etc.
          reticulated :: covered with a network; having the appearance of a mesh
          rustic :: pertaining to country people; uncouth
          saltatory :: relating to leaping
          sanctimonious :: displaying ostentatious or hypocritical devoutness
          sartorial :: pertaining to tailors
          sensuous :: pertaining to the physical senses; operating through the
senses
          septic :: putrid; producing putrefaction
          sequacious :: eager to follow; ductile
          serried :: standing shoulder to shoulder; crowded
          sibylline :: prophetic; oracular
          simpering :: smirking
          somatic :: pertaining to the body; physical
          sophomoric :: immature; shallow
          staccato :: played in an abrupt manner; marked by abrupt sharp sound
          stalwart :: strong, brawny; steadfast
          statutory :: created by statute or legislative action
          stereotyped :: fixed and unvarying representation
          stertorous :: having a snoring sound
          stilted :: bombastic; inflated
          suave :: smooth; bland
          subjective :: occurring or taking place within the subject; unreal
          subliminal :: below the threshold
          substantive :: essential; pertaining to the substance
          sudorific :: pertaining to perspiration
          sumptuary :: limiting or regulating expenditures
          supernal :: heavenly; celestial
          supple :: flexible; pliant
          tantamount :: equal
          taut :: tight; ready
          temerarious :: rash
          tendentious :: having an aim; designed to further a cause
          tenebrous :: dark; gloomy
          tessellated :: inlaid; mosaic
          timorous :: fearful; demonstrating fear
          traumatic :: pertaining to an injury caused by violence
          tutelary :: protective; pertaining to a guardianship
          unilateral :: one-sided
          untoward :: unfortunate; annoying
          ursine :: bearlike; pertaining to a bear
          valedictory :: pertaining to farewell
          verbatim :: word for word
          vermicular :: pertaining to a worm
          vertiginous :: giddy; causing dizziness
          viable :: capable of maintaining life
          vitreous :: pertaining to or resembling glass
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