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antediluvian
1) relating to the period before the flood described in the Bible 2) extremely primitive or outmoded
feigned
1) FICTITIOUS 2) not genuine or real
delirium
frenzied excitement
absolve
1) to set free from an obligation or the consequences of guilt 2) to pardon or forgive (a sin)
gibe
1) to utter taunting words 2) to deride or tease with taunting words
hiatus
1) an interruption in time or continuity: BREAK 2) a break in a material object: GAP
proclivity
an inclination or predisposition toward something (esp. smth objectionable)
minutiae
a minor detail
querulous
habitually complaining: FRETFUL, WHINING
imbue
1) to permeate or influence as if by dyeing 2) to tinge or dye deeply
solvent
1) able to pay all legal debts (a ~company) 2) that dissolves or can dissolve
mordant
1) biting and caustic in thought, manner, or style: INCISIVE 2) BURNING, PUNGENT (~pain)
apex
1) the uppermost point: VERTEX 2) the narrowed or pointed end: TIP
err
1) to make a mistake 2) to violate an accepted standard of conduct
artful
1) performed with or showing art or skill (~an performance on the violin) 2) DEXTEROUS
imponderable
incapable of being weighed or evaluated with exactness
schadenfreude
enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others
refulgent
a radiant or resplendent quality or state: BRILLIANCE
adage
a saying often in metaphorical form that typically embodies a common observation
renege
1) to go back on a promise or commitment 2) DENY, RENOUNCE