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propensity
A tendency, predisposition, permanent inclination, bias, penchant.
penurious
Miserly, excessively sparing in the use of money
gainsay
To deny, contradict, oppose in words, declare to be untrue.
marmot
A type of rodent, a burrowing animal of the same genus as the woodchuck.
decorous
Proper, seemly, becoming, orderly, suitable for the accasio, marked by priority.
ferret
To search carefully, rummage, drive out of a hiding place.
prelusory
introductory, previous, prelusive, preliminary, preparatory.
finical
overnice, fastidious, foppish, affectedly refine, unduly particular.
prostrate
To bow down in humble reverence, to throw oneself flat on the ground.
resplendent
Very bright, brilliant, dazzling, glittering, glittering, splendid, shining, lustrous, gorgeous, radiant, vivid.
pilaster
A column of rectangular instead of circular section attached to a wall and projecting a third to a fourth of its breadth.
vagrant
Wandering, unsettled, aimless, roaming, stay, moving with uncertain direction.
ingratiate
To gain favor for, establish in the good graced, of another, commend to another's favor, insinuate.
ensanguine
To stain with blood, make blood-red, cover with gore.
extraneous
Foreign, alien, outward, external, irrelevant, unessential, remote, impertinent.
crass
crude, stupid, dull, dense, gross, coarse, obtuse, lacking in feinement
barouche
Four-wheeled carriage having a folding top.
convivial
Festive, jovial, social, devoted to feasting, characterized by good fellowship in eating and drinking.
transient
Fleeting, quickly passing away, transitory, momentary, hasty, a short duration.
trident
Any forklike, instrument with three tines, three pronged fish-spear
vestige
Trace something which had disappeared, remaining bit, shade, evidence, impression left.
astute
Keen, shrewd, acute, crafty, cunning, discerning, subtle.
gross
Big, large in size, great, bulky; flagrant, enormous.
roisterer
A joyful swaggerer, bold blusterer, noisy reveler, turbulent fellow.
vaunt
To boast, brag, vain display.