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Infinitesimal

Adj.
Exceedingly small; minute.

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Variegated

Adj.
Distinctly marked with different colors; diverse.

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Erratic

Adj.
Inconsistent, unpredictable.

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Venial

Adj.
Easily excused or forgiven.

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Zeal

N.
Intense passion or enthusiasm.
Adj.
Zealous;
N.
Zealot.

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Peer

N.
A person or thing of the same rank.

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Olfactory

Adj.
Relating to the sense of smell.

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Divulge

V.
To reveal or make known.

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Conducive

Adj.
Tending to bring about.

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Odyssey

N.
A long, adventurous journey.

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Negotiate

V.
To succeed in going over, coping with, or accomplishing.

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Submissive

Adj.
Willing to obey without resistance; docile.
V.
Submit.

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Encumber

V.
To burden or weigh down.
N.
Encumbrance.

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Endeavor

N.
A serious attempt or effort.
V.
Endeavor.

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Inextricable

Adj.
Incapable of being solved or untangled.

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Scruple

N.
A moral principle that restrains actions.

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Antediluvian

Adj.
Very old; outdated.

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Innate

Adj.
Possessed at birth; inborn.

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Hedonist

N.
Something who seeks only pleasure.
N.
Hedonism.

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Rote

N.
Mechanical memorization, often without full understanding.

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Byproduct

N.
A side-effect; something produced in the making of something else.

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Liable

Adj.
Legally obligated; likely (with reference to a Lin unfavorable outcome).

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August

Adj.
Inspiring awe or admiration; esp. because of high rank or character.

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Discreet

Adj.
Careful about what one says or does; circumspect; done, said, or placed so as to attract little notice.
N.
Discretion.

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Egregious

Adj.
Outstanding for undesirable qualities; remarkably bad.

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Benevolent

Adj.
Characterized by doing good.
N.
Benevolence.

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Idyllic

Adj.
Pleasing and simple.

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Preposterous

Adj.
Absurd; ridiculous; senseless; irrational.

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Sanction

V.
To face official approval to; to penalize for violating a moral principle or international law.

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Shirk

V.
To put off or avoid performing (a duty or responsibility).