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censor: to delete objectionable matter (not the same as censure)
biased: prejudiced; not neutral
guile: cunning; deceitful
monotonous: without variety; tiresomely uniform
profound (profundity): deep; insightful
trivial: unimportant; insignificant
enhance: to improve; to augment
advocate: to speak in favor of; to support
enduring: lasting
phenomenon: an observable fact or occurrence
provocative (provoke): exciting; attracting attention
contemporary: living at the same time; modern
tentative: temporary; not final
solitude: the state of being alone
banal: common; dull; ordinary
gravity (grave): seriousness (secondary meaning)
adversary: an opponent; enemy
censure: to blame; to criticize (not the same as censor)
temper: to moderate; to soften (secondary meaning)
depravity: moral corruption
euphony: pleasant sound
insipid: bland; boring; tasteless
erratic: irregular; without direction
extol: to praise
indulgent: pampering oneself; satisfying one's own desires







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