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errant
1) behaving wrongly (an~child) 2) moving about aimlessly or irregularly 3) traveling
vapid
lacking flavor, zest, interest, animation, or spirit: FLAT, DULL
debunk
to expose the sham or falseness
listless
characterized by lack of interest, energy, or spirit
shibboleth
1) a custom or usage regarded as distinguishing one group from others 2) a widely held belief 3) TRUISM, PLATITUDE
facile
1) easily accomplished or attained (a ~victory) 2) SHALLOW, SIMPLISTIC 3) readily manifested and often lacking sincerity or depth (~tears)
illustrious
notably or brilliantly outstanding because of dignity or achievements or actions: EMINENT
fling
1) to move in a brusque or headlong manner 2) to throw forcefully 3) to give unrestrainedly (~himself into music)
apposite
highly pertinent or appropriate: APT (~remarks/examples)
alleviate
1) to make (something, such as pain or suffering) more bearable (~pain/stress) 2) to partially remove or correct (something undesirable) (~poverty/shortage)
maverick
an independent individual who does not go along with a group or party
coven
1) a collection of individuals with similar interests or activities 2) an assembly or band of usually 13 witches
flagging
1) becoming progressively less: DWINDLING 2) LANGUID, WEAK
imperceptible
not perceptible by a sense or by the mind: extremely slight, gradual, or subtle
craven
lacking the least bit of courage: contemptibly fainthearted
docile
1) easily taught (a ~pupil) 2) easily led or managed: TRACTABLE (a~child/wife)
circuitous
having a circular or winding course (~route)
delineation
the act of outlining or representing something with lines or words
subpoena
a writ commanding a person designated in it to appear in court under a penalty for failure
synopsis
a condensed statement or outline (as of a narrative or treatise): ABSTRACT