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person dissatisfied with existing state of affairs; discontented person; ADJ: discontented
n leaven
add leaven to; cause to rise or grow lighter; enliven; N: agent, such as yeast, that causes dough to rise (by fermentation); element that lightens or enlivens
n lode
metal-bearing vein(long deposit of an ore)
n mote
small speck (esp. of dust)
preoccupation with physical comforts and things; excessive regard for worldly concerns (rather than spiritual matters)
pertaining to language
small representative world; world in miniature; Ex. microcosm of English society
s magistrate
official with power to administer the law
n meddlesome
interfering; V. meddle: interfere
s rip
tear or be torn quickly and violently; Ex. The sail ripped under the force of the wind; N.
gigantic; enormous
n limber
flexible; supple; pliable; V.
combative; bellicose; N.
n mnemonic
pertaining to memory; assisting the memory; N: device, such as as formula or rhyme, used as a mnemonic aid
interpret incorrectly; misinterpret; misjudge
n mottled
blotched in coloring; spotted; Ex. mottled face; V. mottle: mark with blotches of different colors
systematic; N. method: systematic method of procedure
n mawkish
mushy(sentimental) and gushy; icky-sticky sentimental; excessively and objectionably sentimental
s cremate
incinerate (a corpse); N. crematory, crematorium
s peddle
travel about selling (wares); CF. foot
n morose
ill-humored; sullen; sullenly melancholy
n miscreant
wretch; wrongdoer; villain; Ex. kindness to the miscreant; CF. believe
n malleable
(of a metal) capable of being shaped by pounding(beating); pliable; (of someone) impressionable(easily influenced); easily controlled; tractable
n larder
pantry; place where food is kept
n mural
wall painting
n malfeasance
wrongdoing; misconduct (by a public official)
n leeway
room to move; margin; latitude; Ex. leeway for the deadline
n myopic
nearsighted; lacking foresight; N. myopia
n merger
combination (of two business corporations); act of merging
n metallurgical
pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores; N. metallurgy: science that deals with extracting metals from ores
n lackadaisical
lacking interest or effort; lacking purpose or zest; lazy; halfhearted; languid
person who enjoys his own pain; CF. masochism
n machinations
evil schemes or plots; schemes or plots to achieve an evil end; V. machinate
s abide
dwell; abide by: comply with; put up with; tolerate; Ex. abide by the rules; Ex. I can't abide rude people.
s margin
border; room; allowance beyond what is needed; Ex. margin of safety
gift made by a will; something handed down from an ancestor
s enliven
make lively or spirited; animate
n mannered
affected; not natural; Ex. mannered way of speech
noticeable; targeted for vengeance or attack; Ex. marked improvement/man
s loft
room or space under the roof; attic
n maudlin
effusively sentimental
having many languages; fluent in several languages
restrain; handcuff; N.
n lurk
stealthily lie in waiting; slink; exist unperceived
hateful; spiteful; expressing malice; N. malice: desire to harm others; spite
n motley
multi-colored (as of a garment worn by a jester); mixed; heterogeneous; CF. jester: one who jests (as a paid fool at medieval courts)
raging mad; insane; N. maniac: insane person; CF. mania: disorder of the mind; intense enthusiasm
wandering; V. migrate: move from one region and settle in another; move periodically from one region to another
s exquisite
delicate; very finely made; extremely beautiful; Ex. exquisite piece of jewelry
lack of seriousness or steadiness; frivolity; lightness of manner
n levee
earthen or stone embankment to prevent flooding; CF. raise
the smallest particle (one or more atoms) of a substance that has all the properties of that substance
s morgue
mortuary; place where bodies are kept before burial or cremation
like a lion
explanatory list of symbols on a map
n monolithic
solidly uniform; unchangeable; unyielding; N. monolith: large block of stone
n legerdemain
sleight(dexterity) of hand; CF. light of hand
clumsy; not skillful; awkward; bungling
n libido
psychic and emotional energy or urges behind human activity; sexual desire
settle a dispute through the services of an outsider; act as an intermediary; produce by mediating; Ex. mediate a cease-fire
n lull
moment of calm; period of reduced activity; Ex. a lull in the rain; V: cause to become less active; cause to sleep or rest; Ex. lull the opponents into a false sense of security; CF. lullaby
n mandate
order; charge; authoritative command; power to govern another country; power to given to a government; region under administration; V: give a mandate to; place under a mandate; Ex. mandated territory
n ludicrous
laughable; ridiculous; trifling
n lumber
move heavily or clumsily; Ex. The bear lumbered through the woods; N: timber
n labile
likely to change; unstable; Ex. emotionally labile; N. lability
n minutiae
petty or trivial details; CF. minutia
n low
moo; make the sound of a cow
n manumit
emancipate; free from slavery or bondage
s gallows
framework from which a noose is suspended (used for execution by hanging)
s enlist
(cause to) join the armed forces; obtain (help, sympathy, or support)
s mute
silent; without speech; not pronounced; unable to speak; N: one who is incapable of speech; V: soften the sound, color, shade of
generosity; ADJ. magnanimous: generous
stingy; mean
n lexicon
n lout
clumsy person; ADJ. loutish; CF. from countrysides ?
s list
tilt (as of a ship); lean over (to one side)
grieve; express sorrow; N. lamentation
n mishap
unfortunate accident
n lexicographer
compiler of a dictionary; CF. lexicography: work of compiling a dictionary
n mischance
ill luck
n Machiavellian
crafty; double-dealing; of the political doctrine of Machiavelli, which holds that craft and deceit are justified in pursuing political power
n marsupial
one of a family of mammals that nurse their offspring in a pouch(pocket of skin or leather); CF. kangaroo, opossum, wombat
n litotes
understatement for emphasis; Ex. ``not bad(=pretty good)''
sameness leading to boredom; monotonousness; ADJ. monotonous; CF. monotone
s misconduct
immoral behavior; bad management; V.
movable; not fixed; N. mobility
evident; visible; obvious; V: show plainly
s feature
distinctive part of the faces (as the eyes or mouth); features: overall appearance of the face; prominent or distinctive quality; prominent article; film; V: make prominent
n malaise
uneasiness; vague feeling of ill health (without any particular pain or appearance of disease)
n maul
handle roughly; batter; injure by beating; Ex. mauled by his overexcited fans; N: heavy long-handled hammer
n magisterial
authoritative; imperious; commanding; of a magistrate; Ex. magisterial study of Roman law; Ex. magisterial manner
s quicksilver
n musky
having the odor of musk; N. musk: odorous substance secreted by an Asian deer
minor crime; misdeed; wrongdoing
n militate
work against; Ex. militate against the chances of promotion; CF. serve as a soldier
proverb; truth pithily stated
s compost
mixture of decaying organic matter used as fertilizer; V: put or make compost
n malapropism
comic misuse of a word; CF. Mrs. Malaprop
n lancet
small surgical tool for making incisions
s mangle
tear or cut to pieces; mutilate or disfigure; Ex. badly mangled bodies
n limn
draw; outline; describe; CF. line ?
n limbo
region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept; prison (slang); Ex. Purgatory and Limbo
n libertine
debauched person; dissolute or licentious person; rou\'e; CF. free
s license
official or legal permission; latitude of action or speech; excessive freedom that causes harm or damage; V.
s persist
continue in existence; last; continue in a course of action in spite of opposition; Ex. persist in/with something; ADJ. persistent
n muddle
confuse; mix up confusedly; N: state of confusion
n mire
entangle; stick in swampy ground; stick or sink in mire; N: bog; deep mud; Ex. sucked deeper into the mire
n mauve
pale purple
n missive
letter; written statement; CF. sent
s nurse
suckle; take care of (as a nurse); bear in mind; Ex. nursing mother; Ex. nurse a hope/grudge against someone
n mulct
defraud a person of something; swindle; Ex. mulct the boy of his legacy
s rou\'e
lecherous man
warlike; of war; Ex. martial art/law
silent; muffled; toned down; Ex. muted traffic noise
n lope
gallop slowly
n levitate
rise and float in the air (especially by magical means); CF. light
lacking in spirit or energy; languid
having many forms
s choice
delicate; of very fine quality
n mesmerize
hypnotize; N. mesmerism; CF. Franz Mesmer
n lax
careless; negligent; not paying enough attention; Ex. lax service
s lust
intense sexual desire; intense eagerness; V.
n luminary
celebrity (in a specific field); dignitary; object that gives light (as a celestial body)
n mettle
courage (to continue bravely in spite of difficulties); spirit; ADJ. mettlesome
object to be thrown or projected
s dignitary
person of high rank or position
excessively careful (with great attention to detail); painstaking; scrupulous
s suitor
man who is courting a woman
n musty
stale (in odor or taste); spoiled by age; CF. moist
n muster
gather; assemble (troops); Ex. muster up one's strength for the ordeal; N.
related to monks or monasteries; removed from worldly concerns
quantity of motion of a moving body; impetus; moving force
n miasma
swamp gas; heavy vaporous atmosphere often emanating from decaying matter; pervasive corrupting influence; noxious atmosphere or influence
s slink
move furtively; ADJ. slinky: stealthy; furtive; sneaky (as in ambush)
n mogul
powerful person; Ex. oil moguls; CF. Mogol, Moghul; CF. Mongolian
gloomy; morose; blue; N. ADJ. melancholic; CF. melancholia
s vertebrate
having a backbone or spinal column; N: group of animals having a segmented spinal column
lose animation or strength
s dainty
delicate; delicately beautiful; fastidious; not easy to please; Ex. dainty movement/dress
n litany
supplicatory prayer; prayer in which the priest calls out and the people replies in the same words
s marginal
of a margin; barely within a limit; Ex. marginal effect/writing ability
n modicum
limited quantity; small amount; Ex. He does not have a modicum of sense; CF. moderate
n mollycoddle
pamper; coddle; baby; indulge excessively
n loll
lounge about
s vile
despicable; unpleasant; disgusting; Ex. vile slander
n livid
lead-colored; black and blue (as from a bruise); ashen; enraged; extremely angry
n mayhem
injury to body; crime of willfully maiming or crippling a person; violent disorder; Ex. mayhem in the zoo; CF. maim
n masticate
gross lewdness; lustfulness; ADJ. lecherous; N. lecher: lecherous man
n munificent
very generous in giving; Ex. munificent benefactor; N. munificience
n lien
legal claim or right on a property
n lurid
wild; sensational; graphic; gruesome; horrible; Ex. lurid details of the murder
n manifold
many in number or kind; numerous; varied
n marshal
put in order; guide ceremoniously to the correct place; Ex. marshal the children into the museum; N: military officer; official
s monogram
design composed of one or more initials of a name; V.
n milieu
social environment; means of expression; Ex. feel out of one's milieu; Ex. His proper milieu is watercolor.
n manipulate
operate with one's hands; control or play upon (people, forces, etc.) artfully; maneuver; Ex. how to manipulate publicity and men; ADJ. manipulative
evildoer; criminal
n misadventure
mischance; ill luck; Ex. death by misadventure
n lectern
reading desk or stand for a public speaker
s memorial
something, such as a monument or holiday, intended to honor the memory of a person or event; ADJ: commemorative
n minuscule(miniscule)
extremely small
n mercurial
capricious; quick and changing; fickle; containing the element mercury; Ex. mercurial temper; CF. mood
n lap
take in food or drink with one's tongue; splash gently; Ex. waves lapping the shore; N: front area from the waist to the knees of a seated person
hang about/around; stand idly about; linger
n lumen
unit of light energy (one candle's worth)
n lilliputian
extremely small; CF. Lilliput in Gulliver's Travels
n maculated
spotted; stained; CF. immaculate
n mincing
affectedly dainty(delicate); V. mince: cut (esp. meat) into very small pieces; walk with exaggerated primness; walk in an unnatural way, taking little short steps; Ex. The actor minced across the stage; CF. mincemeat; CF. mincer
n mellifluous
(of words or a voice) sweetly or smoothly flowing; melodious; having a pleasant tune
n menial
suitable for servants; lowly; mean; N: someone who does menial work (esp. servant in a house)
s understate
state with less truth than seems warranted by the facts; Ex. He understated the seriousness of the crime; N. understatement; OP. overstate
long life; long duration
s pronounced
distinct; very noticeable; Ex. pronounced limp
n latitude
freedom from narrow limitations
s motto
brief statement used to express a principle
s vulgar
of the common people; deficient in refinement; not refined; coarse; Ex. vulgar display of wealth; N. vulgarism: vulgarity; crudely indecent word; CF. vulgarian: vulgar person; boor; lout
n lineaments
features especially of the face; distinctive shape or contour of the face; CF. line
n lavish
liberal; wasteful; generous or wasteful in giving or using; abundant; profuse; great; Ex. decorated lavishly; V. give in abundance
n mendacious
lying; habitually dishonest; N. mendacity
boastful; pompous
n mausoleum
monumental tomb; large stately tomb; CF. Mausolos
speak evil of; bad-mouth(criticize spitefully); defame; ADJ: harmful; Ex. malign influence
s halfhearted
exhibiting little interest or enthusiasm
n meretricious
flashy; tawdry; attractive on the surface but of no real value; Ex. metericious argument/jewel; CF. prostitute
n lucre
money; profit; Ex. filthy lucre
ordinary; commonplace; neither good nor bad
n mundane
worldly as opposed to spiritual; everyday; of the ordinary; Ex. mundane existence; CF. world
n moribund
dying; at the point of death; CF. death
n moratorium
legal delay of payment or action; Ex. declare moratorium on the building of new houses
n larceny
theft; Ex. petit larceny
n medley
changing its habitat; wandering; Ex. migrant birds/workers; N: one that migrates
n liability
drawback; handicap; debts; obligation; responsibility; condition of being liable; ADJ. liable: likely; responsible (for paying)
ability to change in form; fickleness; ADJ. mutable: able to change; fickle; CF. mutate; CF. mutant
element that is a creature's natural environment; nutrient setting in which microorganisms are cultivated; appropriate occupation or means of expression; channel of communication; compromise; middle position between extremes; intervening substance through which something else is transmitted
s speck
small piece or mark; Ex. speck of dust in the eye
n lackluster
lacking luster(shine; gloss); dull
demanding much work or care; tedious
greatness (in size or extent); extent
n maelstrom
violent whirlpool; violent or tublent situation; CF. stream
s swamp
wetland; marsh; V: flood; overwhelm; drench in with liquid
s lounge
stand, sit, or lie in a lazy, relaxed way
n mock
ridicule; deride; imitate often in derision
s willowy
flexible; pliant; slender; CF. willow
s blemish
mar; spoil the beauty or perfection of; N: flaw or defect (that spoils perfection); Ex. blemishes in the crystal; CF. unblemished
state of being numerous or multiple; large number; Ex. multiplicity of details; ADJ. multiple: of more than one element
n luxuriant
abundant; growing healthily and in large amounts; excessively ornate; rich and splendid; fertile; Ex. luxuriant forests/prose; CF. luxurious, luxuriate
s malapropos
inappropriate; ADV.
n mutilate
maim; injure lastingly; deprive of a limb or an essential part
s blue
gloomy; depressed
n mollify
soothe an angry person
n levy
impose (a fine); collect (a payment); impose or collect (a tax); Ex. levy a tax on tobacco
n menagerie
collection of wild animals on exhibition; zoo
s straggle
stray or fall behind (a main group); spread out in a scattered group; Ex. straggling marathon racer; Ex. straggling branch
n luster
shine; gloss (of a polished surface)
n madrigal
pastoral song; song for several singers without instruments
n lampoon
ridicule; N: written attack ridiculing or satirizing a person, group, or institution
n macerate
soften by soaking in liquid; waste away; Ex. macerate powdered wood to make paper
motherly; N. maternity: motherhood
large city
unreal reflection; optical illusion
n meek
submissive; patient and long-suffering
s linger
loiter or dawdle; be slow in leaving; delay going; continue or persist; be slow to disappear; Ex. The smell lingered for days.
belief in one God
n lassitude
languor; weariness; listlessness
n mite
very small object or insect-like creature; small coin
n lank
long and thin; Ex. Lank, gaunt, Abraham Lincoln
n mores
conventions; moral standards; moral customs
n megalomania
mania for doing grandiose things; mental disorder characterized by delusions of wealth, power, or importance
n maritime
bordering on(adjacent to) the sea; nautical; of the ships or the sea; Ex. Maritime Provinces
n laggard
slow; sluggish; N: one who lags; straggler
amoral; lewd and lascivious; unrestrained
n manifestation
outward demonstration; manifesting; indication of the presence of something; Ex. manifestation of his pronounced musical bent
s abode
dwelling place; home
error; misunderstanding; V. misapprehend
one who voluntarily suffers death for his or her religion or cause; great sufferer; Ex. martyr to his rheumatism
n minion
servile dependent; obsequious follower
n limpid
crystal clear
s filth
dirty matter; ADJ. filthy
pertaining to speculative philosophy; of metaphysics; N. metaphysics: branch of philosophy that examines the nature of reality
n mordant
biting; sarcastic; stinging; (apprec.) incisive; cutting; Ex. mordant pen/wit
s liquidate
settle accounts; pay off (a debt); clear up; eliminate; kill or abolish
n mountebank
charlatan; boastful pretender
pertaining to marriage
s miniature
small model; small painting; ADJ: small
n laceration
torn ragged wound; V. lacerate: tear (the skin as with broken glass); wound
n minatory
menacing; threatening
n libretto
text of an opera or oratorio; CF. book
s lance
pierce with a lance; cut into; N: spearlike weapon
hater of woman; CF. misogyny
s monograph
scholarly article
appease; moderate; make or become less in force or intensity
wishing evil; exhibiting ill will; N. malevolence
n multifarious
varied; greatly diversified; Ex. multifarious activities
lacking energy or vitality; weary; sluggish; listless
n murky
dark and gloomy; thick with fog; vague; Ex. murky night/fog; N. murk: partial or complete darkness; gloom
motivated solely by money or gain; N.
n myriad
very large number; ADJ. CF. ten thousand
n largess
generous gift (given to people who do not have enough)
s mime
pantomime(act without dialogue); mimicry; mimer; V: mimic; pantomime
s wretch
miserable person; bad or despicable person; ADJ. wretched: miserable; bad; contemptible; vile
n macabre
gruesome; grisly; ghastly; CF. of death
n laconic
brief and to the point; using few words; terse
n molten
melted; Ex. molten lava
s layman
man who is not a cleric; man who is nonprofessional
s lag
move or develop more slowly; straggle; Ex. lag behind the rest; N.
n mercantile
concerning trade or merchants
n ligneous
like wood
n lachrymose
producing tears; tearful
of or coming from the side
easily understood; clear; intelligible; N. lucidity
n matriculate
enroll (in college or graduate school); CF. matrix
contact that keeps parties in communication; communication between groups; one that maintains communication; go-between; secret love affair; V. liaise: keep a connection
government under a single ruler
tending to cause death; highly injurious; aggressively malevolent; Ex. malignant tumor
s rag
scrap of cloth; ADJ. ragged: old and torn; seeming unfinished and imperfect; Ex. ragged debut/performance
very high
n mutinous
unruly; rebellious; Ex. mutinous teenagers; N. mutiny: open rebellion; CF. mutineer
present but not yet noticeable or active; dormant; hidden; N. latency; CF. potential
public declaration of principles; statement of policy
praise; N. ADJ. laudable: praiseworthy; ADJ. laudatory: expressing praise
s sentimental
swayed by sentiment; appealing to the sentiments
very important; N. moment; CF. momentary
n magnate
person of prominence or influence; powerful or influential person (in business or industry); Ex. oil magnate
talkative; N. loquacity
pertaining to the moon
n mendicant
beggar; ADJ: living as a beggar
n misgivings
s miscellaneous
made up of a variety of parts
n lustrous
shining; brilliant; Ex. lustrous hair
n muse
ponder at length; N: source of inspiration (esp. of a poet)
n marred
damaged; disfigured; V. mar: spoil; disfigure
implied comparison; CF. simile
obligatory; compulsory; of a mandate
hatred of marriage
vertebrate animal whose female suckles its young
defamatory written statement; act of writing something that smears a person's character; V. ADJ. libelous
s lunatic
insane; Ex. lunatic asylum
n lugubrious
mournful; sorrowful
n mirth
merriment; laughter
s suckle
give or take milk at the breast or udder
s undertaker
funeral director; one whose business is to arrange burials
n loom
appear or take shape (usually in an enlarged, indistinct, or distorted form); Ex. The shadow of the gallows loomed threateningly. N: apparatus for making thread into cloth
n molt(moult)
periodically shed or cast off hairs or feathers (for replacement by a new growth)
n moodiness
fits of depression or gloom; ADJ. moody: given to changeable moods; subject to periods of depression; gloomy CF. mood: state of mind or emotion
n matrix
point of origin; array of numbers or algebraic symbols; mold or die; Ex. the matrix of Western civilization
s monochrome
painting in only one color; ADJ.
n martinet
strict disciplinarian; person who demands total obedience to rules and orders; CF. Jean Martinet
s mannerism
distinctive behavioral trait; affected style in art (according to a set of styles)
n motility
ability to move spontaneously; ADJ. motile: moving spontaneously
thousand-year period (as in the New Testament); hoped-for period of happiness and prosperity
n mentor
counselor; teacher
picture made of small colorful inlaid tiles; ADJ.
s militia
army composed of ordinary citizens rather than professional soldiers
n memento
token; reminder of the past; keepsake; Ex. memento of your visit
n lithe
flexible; supple; CF. limber
n muggy
(of weather) warm and damp
n litigation
lawsuit; N. litigant: one party in a lawsuit; V. litigate
s blotch
spot; blot; CF. blot+botch
woman who rules a family or larger social group
lack of physical or mental energy; lassitude; depression
detest; ADJ. loathsome: arousing loathing; offensive; Ex. loathsome smell
n monumental
massive; impressively large; built as a monument
n maim
mutilate; injure lastingly; disable; cripple; Ex. maimed for life
descent; ancestry
pertaining to money
s permissive
allowing much freedom; lenient; Ex. permissive society
n motif
theme; recurrent thematic element in a musical or literary work; single or repeated pattern; figure
change of form; Ex. metamorphosis of caterpillar to butterfly; V. metamorphose: change by metamorphosis
n loath
reluctant; unwilling; disinclined; Ex. Romeo and Juliet were both loath for him to go.
n luscious
pleasing to taste or smell; delicious
one who feigns illness to escape duty; V. malinger: feign illness to avoid work
n laity
laypersons; laymen; persons not connected with the clergy
n mortician
undertaker; CF. death
n meander
wind or turn in its course; follow a winding or turning course; move aimlessly and idly
record of a voyage or flight; record of day-to-day activities; section of a trunk; V.
n misnomer
wrong or improper name; incorrect designation
n modulate
tone down in intensity; change the intensity or tone of; regulate; change from one musical key to another; Ex. modulate from E to G
n modish
fashionable; conforming to the current fashion
n leery
(of someone) suspicious; wary; cautious
extremely small; CF. minutes: official record of the proceedings at a meeting
profitable; producing wealth
s soar
rise or fly high in the air; Ex. The rocket soared into the sky.
scanty; inadequate
n morbid
given to unwholesome or unhealthy thought; moody; characteristic of disease; Ex. morbid curiosity; N. morbidity; CF. disease
n mangy
shabby; wretched; suffering from mange; of bad appearance
prevailing style; current fashion; manner; way of doing something; Ex. in the latest mode; Ex. simple mode of life
s intermediary
intermediate; acting as a mediator; N: mediator; go-between
n mealymouthed
indirect in speech (when something unpleasant must be said); hypocritical; evasive
s mange
skin disease (esp. of domestic animals) marked by loss of hair
n mortify
humiliate by embarassing excessively; shame; punish the flesh; discipline (one's body) by self-denial; Ex. mortified by her blunder; Ex. mortify the flesh; CF. cause to die
one who hates mankind; misanthropist
reflection; thought; V. meditate
n luminous
shining (esp. in the dark); issuing light; Ex. luminous paint/road signs
s noose
loop formed in a rope
like a meteor; swift; momentarily brilliant; Ex. meteoric rise to fame; N. meteor
s lionize
treat (a person) as a celebrity
s cadet
student at a military school
mixture of writings on various subjects; collection of various items
n lagoon
shallow body of water or lake near a sea; lake separated from a sea by sandbars or coral reefs
n mace
ceremonial staff used as a symbol of authority; clublike medieval weapon
mildness; permissiveness; ADJ. lenient: not severe in judgment or punishment
n mete
measure; distribute; administer; Ex. mete out justice/punishment
drowsy; dull; N. lethargy: state of sluggishness and inactivity
s alms
money or goods given to the poor
s lubricate
apply a lubricant to; N. lubricant: substance that reduces friction
n maverick
rebel; nonconformist (in a group)
s maleficient
doing evil; N. maleficience
having only one color

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