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remorse
a painful sense of guilt
durable
long lasting
proficient
skillful, adept
rationale
an underlying reason or explanation
fractious
troublesome
expropriate
to seize ownership of
euphoric
a felling of extreme happiness and well-being; elation
dilettante
an admirer or lover of the arts
winnow
to sort through and select the desirable part of something
extenuate
to make less serious
tractable
capable of being easily led, taught or controlled
competent
having the skill and knowledge needed for a particular task; capable
timorous
having a timid disposition
prevaricate
to deviate from the truth
innocuously
producing no injury
feral
wild
collude
to plot against someone
sagacious
keen in sense perception
cloying
overly sweet or sentimental
pilferer
someone who steals stealthily in small amounts and often again and again
exacerbate
to make worse or more severe
convoluted
twisting, complicated, intricate
diplomacy
skill in handling affairs without arousing hostility
finagle
to obtain by indirect or involved means
anomaly
something different or irregular
eclectic
drawn from many sources; varied, heterogeneous
raconteur
someone who excels in storytelling
composure
calm, self assurance
proximity
closeness, nearness
relevance
connection to the matter at hand; pertinence
fugitive
someone trying to escape
spurious
false, fake
adversity
misfortune
adversary
one that contends with, opposes, or resists
preamble
an introductory statement
supplant
to eradicate and supply a substitute for
bereft
lacking or deprived of something
opulent
rich, lavish
conformity
agreement with of adherence to custom or rule
expedite
to carry out promptly
protagonist
the main character in a story or play; the main supporter of an idea
pundit
someone who offers opinions in an authoritative style
debunk
to expose as false or worthless
egoism
excessive concern with oneself; conceit
disruptive
causing disorder, interruptive
recuperate
to regain health after an illness
reconcile
to make consistent or harmonious
incite
to move to action; excite

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