Words Defined

  1. Stodgy: dull and uninspired
  2. Stark Physical Ugliness
  3. Static Physical Perfection
  4. Churlish: rude in a mean-spirited and surly way.
  5. Velveteen: Velveteen is a cloth made in imitation of velvet
  6. Sea Green Dusty Rose
  7. Poetic:having a beautiful or graceful quality
  8. Lucidity: clearness of thought or style 2: a presumed capacity to perceive the truth directly and instantaneously
  9. Morally Destitute: extremely poor, : concerning or relating to what is right and wrong in human behavior
  10. Depraved: very evil : having or showing an evil and immoral characterDegenerate
  11. Debased: to lower the value or reputation of (someone or something) : to make (someone or something) less respected
  12. Unfathomable: impossible to understand
  13. Anguish: extreme suffering, grief, or pain
  14. Despicable: very bad or unpleasant : deserving to be despised
  15. Trite: not interesting or effective because of being used too often : not fresh or original
  16. Spite: a desire to harm, anger, or defeat another person especially because you feel that you have been treated wrongly in some way
  17. Disquiet: to take away the peace or tranquillity of
  18. Conviction: the feeling of being sure that what you believe or say is true
  19. Superficial: concerned only with what is obvious or apparent : not thorough or complete
  20. Snivel: to speak or act in a whining, sniffling, tearful, or weakly emotional manner
  21. Tawdry: having a cheap and ugly appearance: morally low or bad
  22. Self-Abasing: to lower in rank, office, prestige, or esteem
  23. “Admission against interest”
  24. Pretentious: having or showing the unpleasant quality of people who want to be regarded as more impressive, successful, or important than they really areImpute
  25. Self-Pity: a strong feeling of sadness or sympathy for someone or something
  26. Inveigh: to protest or complain bitterly or vehemently 
  27. Commend: to praise (someone or something) in a serious and often public way
  28. Cite: to write or say the words of (a book, author, etc.) : to mention (something) especially as an example or to support an idea or opinion
  29. Despoil: to severely damage or ruin (a place)
  30. Leer: to look at someone in an evil or unpleasantly sexual way
  31. Exuberant: very lively, happy, or energetic : filled with energy and enthusiasm
  32. Rue: regret, sorrow
  33. Pliant: able to bend without breaking
  34. Dross: unwanted material that is removed from a mineral (such as gold) to make it better
  35. Stymied: to stop (someone) from doing something or to stop (something) from happening
  36. Onus:: the responsibility for something
  37. Sordid: very bad or dishonest : very dirty
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