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bucolic
rural, rustic,pastoral
confound
bewilder, dumbfound,perplex, bemuse
denigrate
scorn, scoff, disdain,disparage, to critisize and humiliate sb unfairly
detractor
opponent, foe, adversary
fealty
fidelity, adherence, allegience, loyalty
irate
furious,wrathful,outraged
obsequious
fawning, sycophantic,servile
obsequious
blandish
obstreperous
noisy, vociferous, unruly
prerogative
exclusive right, privilege
tantamount to
equivalent to
squabble
quarrel,brawl,spat, disagreement, a rough or violent fight
sentry
a soldier who guards a camp
hegemony
domination, ascendance
quack
sb who claims to be skilled in sth but is not
mercenary
only interested in money
accomplice
abettor
abjure
reject, renounce, relinquish
fulminate
rail againts, lambast
assiduous
diligent, careful
dampen
make sth less severe,check
rekindle
reawaken
progeny
off spring
fecund
able to produce lots of babies, plants...,fertile
turgid
boring and difficult to understand, a turgid writing
arresting
stunning, attractive
impeach
to criticize,cast doubt on the truthfulness of something, to charge somebody with a crime
usurps
wrest
slogan
a short phrase that is easy to remember usually used by advertisements and politicians who want people to remember what they are saying
code
a set of rules about how people should behave or do sth
to be in command of (yourself)
to be relax and able to control your emotions
peremptory
a situation wich you thing others should obbey you
to prompt sb to do sth
to make sb do sth
subscribe to sth
share sth , subscribe and opinion
tepid
lukewarm
excoriate
to critisize harshly in the public
withheld form
deprived from
oblivious
inattentive,
facetious
flippant, frivolous
accentuate
underline, emphasize, highlight
acerbic
caustic, acrimonious,bitter
beneficiary
benefit recipient, stakeholder
didactic
advice-holding
envision
prognosticate, imagine, predict
formidable
arduous, uphill, daunting
verisimilitude
realism
succor
abet
surfeit
excess, surplus
ascribe to
attribute to
complaisance
compliance, obedience
compromise
jeopardize, endenger
countenance
foster, advocate, face
decry
denounce, deplore, condemn
docile
pliable, malleable, complaisant
egotistical
selfish, self-centered, egoistical
incipient
inchoate,initial