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fervent; ardent; impassioned
fleeting; passing quickly; brief
a long and extremely critical speech; a harsh denunciation
having little substance or strength; flimsy; weak
the quality of adherence or persistence to something valued
exceeding what is sufficient or necessary
a court order requiring appearance and/or testimony
lacking authenticity or validity; false; counterfeit
seeming true, but actually being fallacious; misleadingly attractive
marked by, feeling, or expressing a feeling of profound awe and respect
to invalidate; to repeal; to retract
to refuse to have anything to do with; to disown
obstinately defiant of authority; difficult to manage
prone to complaining or grumbling; quarrelsome
questions; inquiries; doubts in the mind; reservations
to grow or increase swiftly and abundantly
given or coming forth abundantly; extravagant
recklessly wasteful; extravagant; profuse; lavish
to plunge or drop straight down
a superficial remark, esp. one offered as meaningful
to appease; to calm by making concessions
precise and brief
the essential or central part
to yearn intensely; to languish; to lose vigor
the art or profession of training, teaching, or instructing
to obstruct or block
to make or become less severe or intense; to moderate
one who hates all other humans
having or showing often vicious ill-will, spite, or hatred
characterized by brightness and the emission of light
without taste or flavor; lacking in spirit; bland
in an initial stage; not fully formed
immunity from punishment or penalty
revealing no emotion
one who attacks or undermines traditional conventions or institutions
the consistent dominance of one state or ideology over others
devotion to pleasurable pursuits, esp. to the pleasures of the senses
rendered trite or commonplace by frequent usage
pompous speech or expression
to make worse or more severe
tending to disappear like vapor; vanishing
characteristic of or often found in a particular locality, region, or people
departing from norms or conventions
to disguise or conceal; to mislead
to state as a fact; to confirm or support
outdated; associated with an earlier, perhaps more primitive, time
to reduce purity by combining with inferior ingredients
quick, keen, or accurate knowledge or insight