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Inure
to cause someone or something to become accustomed to a situation
Invective
an angry verbal attack
Inveterate
stubbornly established by habit
Inviolable
secure from assault
Irascible
easily angered
Iridescent
showing rainbow colors
Irreverence
disrespect
Irrevocable
incapable of being taken back
Jubilant
extremely joyful, happy
Judicious
having or exercising sound judgment
Juxtaposition
the act of placing two things next to each other for implicit comparison
Knell
the solemn sound of a bell, often indicating a death
Kudos
praise for an achievement
Laceration
a cut, tear
Laconic
terse in speech or writing
Languid
sluggish from fatigue or weakness
Larceny
obtaining another’s property by theft or trickery
Largess
the generous giving of lavish gifts
Latent
hidden, but capable of being exposed
Laudatory
expressing admiration or praise
Lavish
given without limits; to give without limits
Legerdemain
deception, slight-of-hand
Lenient
demonstrating tolerance or gentleness
Lethargic
in a state of sluggishness or apathy
Liability
something for which one is legally responsible, usually involving a disadvantage or risk; a handicap, burden
Libertarian
advocating principles of liberty and free will
Licentious
displaying a lack of moral or legal restraints
Limpid
clear, transparent
Linchpin
something that holds separate parts together
Lithe
graceful, flexible, supple
Litigant
someone engaged in a lawsuit
Lucid
clear, easily understandable
Luminous
brightly shining
Lurid
ghastly, sensational
Maelstrom
a situation in which there is great confusion, disagreement, or violence
Magnanimous
noble, generous
Malediction
a curse
Malevolent
wanting harm to befall others
Malleable
capable of being shaped or transformed
Mandate
an authoritative command
Manifest
easily understandable, obvious; to show plainly
Manifold
diverse, varied
Maudlin
weakly sentimental
Maverick
an independent, nonconformist person
Mawkish
characterized by sick sentimentality
Maxim
a common saying expressing a principle of conduct
Meager
deficient in size or quality
Medley
a mixture of differing things
Mendacious
having a lying, false character
Mercurial
characterized by rapid change or temperamentality