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Alacrity: cheerful readiness
Antithesis: the direct opposite
Brouhaha: confused hodgepodge of sounds
Carnage: large scale slaughter, loss of life
Criterion: rule, test, standard for judgement
Edict: an order issued by an authority figure
Inception: beginning, start, earliest stage
Infirmity: weakness or ailement
Parable: short narrative designed to teach a moral lesson
Stricture: limitation or restriction
Ultimatum: final proposal or statement of conditions
Veneer: thin outer layer
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