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To block the passenge of
Syn:obstruct;impede

Occlude

2

To force by using pressure, intimidation, or threats.
SYN: Compel

Coerce

3

To check the accuracy of financial accounts and records
SYN: inspect;examine

Audit

4

Easy to teach or manage; obedient
SYN: submissive; complicant

Docile

5

I hated, repellent person or thing
SYN: abhorration;detestation

Anathema

6

Extremely thin; wasted away
SYN:withered

Emaciated

7

Foolishly sentimental; ridiculously emotional
SYN: musky; hokey

Maudlin

8

Stealthy;secretive
SYN:surreptitious;sneaky

Furtive

9

Greed;desire for wealth
SYN:acquisitiveness

Avarice

10

Numerous;large in quantity
SYN:profuse;abundant

Copious

11

The formal or official way of correctly doing something
SYN:custom;code

Protocol

12

Honest and straightforward;blunt
SYN:frank;direct

Candid

13

Harsh sounding;grating
SYN:shrill

Strident

14

One who is intolerant of differences in others
SYN:racist;extremist

Bigot

15

To enlarge;to increase in amount or intensity
Syn:expand;supplement

Augment

16

Lack of basic like necessities; Extreme poverty
SYN:impoverishment;penury

Privation

17

To praise highly
SYN:exalt;laud

Extol

18

Extreme hatred or ill will
SYN:animosity;enmity

Rancor

19

To credit with cause or fault
SYN:Attribute;ascribe

Impute

20

Lacking in self-confidence;shy
Syn:Timid

Diffident

21

Having a buoyant,self-confident air;brisk and crisp.
SYN:confident;poised

Jaunty

22

Scholarly;learned
SYN:educated

Erudite

23

Conformity to accepted standards of conduct;proper behavior
SYN:propriety

Decorum

24

Intentional deceit in speech or conduct
SYN:deception

Duplicity

25

Dry and withered
SYN:desiccated;arid

Sere

26

Faultless;without sin or blemish
SYN:Immaculate;faultless;
irreproachable

Impeccable

27

Having unlimited knowledge;
all-knowing

Omniscient

28

A flatterer;one fawns on othersin order to gain favor
SYN:toady

Sycophant

29

A facial expression of fear,dissproval,or pain.
SYN:scowl

Grimace

30

Unable to be appeased or pacified
SYN:inflexible

Implacable

31

A dictionary;a specialized vocabulary used in a particular field or place.
SYN:jargon;argot;can’t

Lexion

32

Sharp;keen;cutting straight to the heart of the matter.
SYN:piercing;acute

Incisive

33

To put into prison;To confine
SYN:imprison;constrain

Incarcerate

34

ill-natured,bitter hostility
SYN:animosity

Acrimony

35

To refuse stubbornly or abruptly; to stop short and refuse to go on.
SYN:hesitate;object

Balk

36

An outrageous insult,often public
SYN:offense ;slight

Affront

37

To arrange into the proper order,especially documents.
SYN:organize;assemble

Collate

38

Harsh sounding;grating
SYN:shrill

Strident

39

The highest point of attainment;the end or climax.
SYN:apex

Culmination

40

To tear apart violently
SYN:rip;rive

Rend

41

Unkempt
SYN:slovenly

Frowzy

42

Feeling regret for having committed some wrongdoing.
SYN:repentant;remorseful

Contrite

43

A long,strongly expressed speech or lecture.
SYN:tirade

Harangue

44

Practical;providing an immediate advantage.
SYN:effective

Expedient

44

Permission;support

Sanction

45

An irritating and persistent person
SYN:nuisance;pest

Gadfly

45

To demonstrate clearly;to prove

Evince

45

Lawyer

Barrister

46

Present,but not active;hidden
SYN:dormant

Latent

47

Joking;humorous
SYN:witty;funny;playful;jocund

Jocose