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*sprightly*: "Adjective"
lively; full of energy.

*Synonym* : energetic

e.g. She was quite *sprightly* for her age.


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inimical: unfriendly; hostile.
e.g. an inimical alien power.


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*bereft* : deprived of or lacking (something).

e.g. her room was stark and *bereft* of colour.


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*bereft* : deprived of or lacking (something).
e.g. her room was stark and *bereft* of colour.


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*ungainly* : (of a person or movement) awkward; clumsy.
e.g. an *ungainly* walk


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*felicitate* : congratulate
e.g. the award winner was *felicitated* by the cultural association


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*abhor* : regard with disgust and hatred.
e.g. I *abhor* this type of insulting behavior.


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*gazette* : (verb) announce or publish (something) in an official gazette.

e.g. we will need to *gazette* the bill if a decision cannot be reached imminently.


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*pat* : touch quickly and gently with the flat of the hand.
e.g. he *patted* him consolingly on the shoulder


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*indissoluble* : unable to be destroyed; lasting.
e.g. an *indissoluble* friendship


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*littoral* : of or realting to the shore of lake, sea or ocean
e.g. the *littoral* biogeographic zone.


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*demented* : behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement.
e.g. she was *demented* with worry.


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*Chortle* : A snorting, joyful laugh or chuckle.
e.g. She *Chortled* with glee at the news.


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quisling: a traitor who collaborates with an enemy force occupying their country.

e. g. he had the *quisling* owner of the factory arrested


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Retrocede: cede (territory) back again

e.g. Spain *retroceded* the colony to France


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Reciprocity: The practice of exchanging things with others for mutual benefit, especially privileges granted by one country or organization to another.

e. g the Community intends to start discussions on reciprocity with third countries"


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Vulcanize: harden (rubber or similar material) by treating it with sulphur at a high temperature.

e.g. The development of a method for fixing *vulcanized* rubber firmly on to mild steel.


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Pedantic: excessively concerned with minor details or rules; overscrupulous.

e.g His analyses are careful and even painstaking, but never *pedantic*.


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Mimesis: imitative representation of the real world in art and literature.

e.g. Barth has always detached his use of plot from mimesis


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Incogitant: Thoughtless, Inconsiderate

e. g. You will see how difficult it would be, if it were attempted, to eradicate the indolent, careless, incogitant habits so formed in youth.


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Opulent: ostentatiously costly and luxurious.

e.g. the opulent comfort of a limousine


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Abnegation : the action of renouncing or rejecting something.

e.g. abnegation of political power


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Deligate: A delegate is a person who is chosen to vote or make decisions on behalf of a group of other people, especially at a conference or a meeting.


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TurnCoat : a person who deserts one party or cause in order to join an opposing one.
e.g. they denounced him as a turncoat.


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Cavil: make petty or unnecessary objections

e.g. they cavilled at the cost


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Baleful: threatening harm; menacing.

e.g. John shot a baleful glance in her direction


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Massive: exceptionally large, huge
e.g. massive crowds are expected


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Amateur: a person who is incompetent or inept at a particular activity.
e.g. that bunch of stumbling amateurs


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Oblivious: unaware, heedless
e.g. she became absorbed, oblivious to the passage of time


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Keek: peep surreptitiously
e.g. he keeked through the window


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Lavish: generous and extravagant" as an adjective
"to give generously" as a verb