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dudgeon
(noun) a feeling of being aggrieved
confabulate
(verb) to have a familiar conversation, to chat
discept
(verb) to debate
ululate
(verb) to howl, to wail
sententious
(adj) terse and energetic expression; full of aphorisms
heuristic
(adj) methods which lead a person to investigate further for himself. (noun) a rule or rules intended to increase the chance of solving a problem
donnybrook
(noun) a riotous occasion
oleaginous
(adj) oily, unctuous
virago
(noun) an aggressive, scolding or domineering, woman
tatterdemalion
(noun) a ragged fellow
gallimaufry
(noun) 1. a meat ragout; 2. a hodgepodge
lazar
(noun) a person with a loathsome disease, specif. a leper
plangent
(adj) sounding with loud reverberations, as breaking waves or tolling bells
accouchement
(noun) lying in; delivery in childbed
incunabula
(noun, plural) beginnings, infancy
peccable
(adj) prone to sin, susceptable to temptation
peccadillo
(noun) a slight offense or petty fault
efflorescence
(noun) act of bursting forth or becoming manifest
ambient
(adj) 1. moving round; 2. surrounding
deprecate
(verb) 1. to seek to advert; 2. to express disapproval