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reciprocal
1) inversely related: OPPOSITE 2) shared, felt, or shown by both sides 3) mutually corresponding
temperate
1) found in or associated with a moderate climate 2) not extreme or excessive: MILD 3) marked by an absence or avoidance of extravagance, violence 4) moderate in indulgence of appetite or desire
veracious
1) TRUTHFUL, HONEST 2) marked by truth: ACCURATE
invidious
tending to cause discontent, animosity, or envy
limpid
1) marked by transparency 2) clear and simple in style 3) absolutely serene and untroubled (~childhood)
foible
a minor flaw or shortcoming in character or behavior: WEAKNESS
plummet
1) to fall perpendicularly 2) to drop sharply and abruptly
mesmerize
HYPNOTIZE, SPELLBIND
fidelity
1) the quality or state of being faithful 2) accuracy in details: EXACTNESS 3) the degree to which an electronic device accurately reproduces its effect (such as sound or picture)
supplant
1) to supersede (another) especially by force or treachery 2) to take the place of and serve as a substitute for especially by reason of superior excellence or power
implicit
1) IMPLIED 2) being without doubt or reserve: UNQUESTIONING 3) involved in the nature or essence of something though not revealed, expressed, or developed: POTENTIAL
convex
curved or rounded outward like the exterior of a sphere or circle
striated
marked with striations or striae
imbroglio
1) a confused mass 2) an intricate or complicated situation (as in a drama or novel) 3) an acutely painful or embarrassing misunderstanding
nabob
a person of great wealth or prominence
stupefy
1) to make stupid, groggy, or insensible 2) ASTONISH, ASTOUND
miscreant
1) UNBELIEVING, HERETICAL (~pagans) 2) one who behaves criminally or viciously: DEPRAVED, VILLAINOUS (~gangs/behavior)
bwana
MASTER, BOSS
incremental
occurring in especially small increments (~change/additions)
euphonious
pleasing to the ear