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waver: to move to and fro; to sway; to be unsettled in opinion

voracious: having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit; ravenous

truculent: fierce and cruel; eager to fight

tortuous: winding; twisting; excessively complicated

stupefy: to stun, baffle, or amaze

static: not moving, active, or in motion; at rest

sporadic: occurring only occasionally, or in scattered instances

solicitous: concerned and attentive; eager

relegate: to forcibly assign, esp. to a lower place or position

refute: to disprove; to successfully argue against

prevaricate: to deliberately avoid the truth; to mislead

prescience: foreknowledge of events; knowing of events prior to their occurring

prattle: to babble meaninglessly; to talk in an empty and idle manner

perfunctory: cursory; done without care or interest

perennial: recurrent through the year or many years; happening repeatedly

parody: a humorous imitation intended for ridicule or comic effect, esp. in literature and art

onerous: troubling; burdensome

obviate: to anticipate and make unnecessary

obtuse: lacking sharpness of intellect; not clear or precise in thought or expression

noxious: harmful; injurious

neologism: a new word, expression, or usage; the creation or use of new words or senses

nebulous: vague; cloudy; lacking clearly defined form

nascent: coming into being; in early developmental stages

mundane: of the world; typical of or concerned with the ordinary

martial: associated with war and the armed forces

magnanimity: the quality of being generously noble in mind and heart, esp. in forgiving

laud: to praise highly

irascible: easily angered; prone to temperamental outbursts

inured: accustomed to accepting something undesirable

ingenuous: artless; frank and candid; lacking in sophistication

filibuster: intentional obstruction, esp. using prolonged speechmaking to delay legislative action

exigent: urgent; pressing; requiring immediate action or attention

exculpate: exonerate; to clear of blame

equivocate: to use ambiguous language with a deceptive intent

ennui: dissatisfaction and restlessness resulting from boredom or apathy

enervate: to weaken; to reduce in vitality

eloquent: well-spoken; expressive; articulate

disparate: fundamentally distinct or dissimilar

discordant: conflicting; dissonant or harsh in sound

connoisseur: an informed and astute judge in matters of taste; expert

chicanery: trickery or subterfuge

censure: to criticize severely; to officially rebuke

capricious: inclined to change one's mind impulsively; erratic; unpredictable

audacious: daring and fearless; recklessly bold

assuage: to ease or lessen; to appease or pacify

approbation: an expression of approval or praise

anomaly: deviation from the normal order, form, or rule; abnormality

alacrity: eager and enthusiastic willingness

aberrant: deviating from the norm

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