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adulterate. To corrupt. AUGMENT. (LIKE THE SUN IN AUGUST). BEREFT. On a raft. bereft of oar. DOUR. DOUR. FORTITUDE. it's easy to have. fortitude. in a fortress. inSIDious. INTIMATION. intimation. H. opulent. PLIABLE. pliable. I have unkempt hair!. Ami cable.

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    1. adulterate To corrupt

    2. AUGMENT (LIKE THE SUN IN AUGUST)

    3. BEREFT On a raft bereft of oar

    4. DOUR DOUR

    5. FORTITUDE it's easy to have fortitude in a fortress

    6. inSIDious

    7. INTIMATION intimation H

    8. opulent

    9. PLIABLE pliable

    10. I have unkempt hair!

    11. Amicable Peaceable, friendly AMIgo's / Friends

    12. Averse Having a deep-seated distaste; opposed, unwilling

    13. Benevolent Kind, charitable

    14. Cursory Hasty, not thorough SORRY You’ll be if you only give your test one quick cursory look before handing it in

    15. Duplicity Treachery, deceitfulness DUPLICate

    16. Holocaust A large-scale destruction, especially by fire; a vast slaughter; a burnt offering Causes much destruction

    17. Impervious Immortal Not affected or hurt by; admitting of no passage or entrance

    18. Impetus A moving force, impulse, stimulus STEP forward

    19. Quintessence The purest essence or form of something; the most typical example

    20. Tepid Lukewarm; unenthusiastic, marked by an absence of interest

    21. Affiliated (adj.,part.) Associated, connected Oddly enough, these two were not affiliated with the International Assosciation of Conjoined Twins, or IACT.

    22. attainment (n.) an accomplishment, the act of achieving

    23. cogent (adj.) Forceful,convincing; relevant, to the point GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONEY!!!

    24. Expunge (v.) to erase, obliterate, destroy

    25. finite (adj.) having limits, lasting for a limited time

    26. malevolent (adj.) spiteful, showing ill will Julius Caesar’s friends treated him with malevolence

    27. nonchalant (adj.) cool and confident, unconcerned. Chilling

    28. panacea (n.) a remedy for all ills; cure-all; an answer to all problems Synonyms: easy solution

    29. uncanny (adj.) strange, mysterious, weird, beyond explanation

    30. omniscient (adj.) knowing everything; having unlimited awareness or understanding

    31. BENEFACTOR • Noun • One who does good to others • Antonym -malefactor

    32. CHIVALROUS • Adjective • Marked by honor, courtesy, and courage • Knightly • Antonym - crude

    33. CLEMENCY • Noun - Mercy, humaneness • Mildness, moderateness • Antonym - harshness

    34. DISCREPANCY • Noun - A difference • Lack of agreement • Synonym - difference

    35. FACILE • Adjective - Easily done to attained - Superficial - Ready, fluent • Easily shown but not sincerely felt • Synonym - effortless

    36. INFALLIBLE • Adjective - Free from error • Absolutely dependable • Synonym - unerring

    37. PUNGENT • Adjective - Causing a sharp sensation • Stinging, biting • Synonym - caustic

    38. REMISS • Adjective - Neglectful in performance of one’s duty • Careless • Synonym - negligent

    39. TEMERITY • Noun - Rashness • Boldness • Synonym - recklessness Bold Bold

    40. UNFEIGNED • Adjective - Sincere - Real • Without pretence • Antonym - insincere

    41. Brandish • To wave or flourish in a menacing or vigorous fashion.

    42. deft • skillful, nimble

    43. destitute • Deprived of nescessities of life; lacking in.

    44. explicit • Definite, clearly stated.

    45. extirpate To tear up by the roots; to destroy totally.

    46. inopportune • Coming at a bad time; not appropriate

    47. officious • Meddling; excessively forward in offering services or assuming authority.

    48. ominous • threatening

    49. pinnacle • A high peak or point.

    50. venal • Open to or marked by bribery or corruption • =