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jocular: joking
fracas: uproar; brawl
caricature: a satiric portrait or representation
corroborate: to confirm
precarious: dangerously unstable
expository: explanatory
apathy: lack of emotion or interest
ambiguous: having more than one meaning; vague
fervent: passionate
vagrant: a wandering homeless person; a tramp
undermine: to weaken; to wear away the foundation of
oblivious: unaware: unconscious
indifferent: not caring one way or the other; lacking a preference
obscure: unclear; clouded; partially hidden; hard to understand
objective: without bias (as opposed to subjective)
revere: to worship; to honor
embellish: to add details; exaggerate
discriminate: to differentiate; to make a clear distinction
denounce: to speak out against; to condemn
innovate: to be creative; to introduce something new
stagnant: not moving
candid: honest; frank
impartial: unbiased; neutral
discern: to distinguish one thing from another
vulnerable: capable of being harmed







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