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allege (v.) to assert without proof or confirmation
arrant (adj.) thoroughgoing, out-and-out; shameless, blatant
badinage (n.) light and playful conversation
conciliate (v.) to overcome the distrust of, win over; to appease, pacify; to reconcile, make consistent
countermand (v.) to cancel or reverse one order or command with another that is contrary to the first
echelon (n.) one of a series of grades in an organization or field of activity; an organized military unit; a steplike formation or arrangement
exacerbate (v.) to make more violent, severe, bitter, or painful
fatuous (adj.) stupid or foolish in a self-satisfied way
irrefutable Not! (adj.) impossible to disprove; beyond argument
juggernaut (n.) a massive and inescapable force or object that crushes whatever is in its path
lackadaisical (adj.) lacking spirit or interest, halfhearted
litany (n.) a prayer consisting of short appeals to God recited by the leader alternating with responses form the congregation; any repetitive chant; a long list
macabre (adj.) grisly, gruesome; horrible, distressing; having death as a subject
paucity (n.) an inadequate quantity, scarcity, dearth
portend Macbeth and The Witches (v.) to indicate beforehand that something is about to happen; to give advance warning of
raze (v.) to tear down, destroy completely; to cut or scrape off or out
recant (v.) to withdraw a statement or belief to which one has previously been committed, renounce, retract
saturate (v.) to soak thoroughly, fill to capacity; to satisfy fully
saturnine (adj.) of a gloomy or surly disposition; cold or sluggish in mood
slough Snake shedding skin (v.) to cast off, discard; to get rid of something objectionable or unnecessary; to plod through as if through mud; (n.) a mire; a state of depression
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