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incessant: unceasing; never ending
aesthetic: concerned with art or beauty (not the same as ascetic)
immune: safe from harm; protected
lucid (elucidate): clear; easy to understand
superficial: shallow; on the surface only
perceptive: having keen understanding; discerning
uniform: constant; without variety
inclined: tending toward one direction
rigor: harshness or severity
conventional: ordinary; customary; normal; traditional
disparage: to speak badly of: to belittle
disparity: inequality: difference
vital: essential: necessary
virtue: moral excellence
eloquent: speaking well; articulate
contempt: disdain; hatred
complacent: smug; self-satisfied; overly confident
deter: to prevent, especially by threatening
prodigal: extravagant; wasteful
assess: to estimate the value of; to measure
austere: severe; without frills
expedite (expedient): to make faster or easier
heresy: an opinion violently opposed to establish beliefs
arbitrary: subject to individual judgment
antagonism: opposition; hostility; resistance







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