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  1. PerpetuateTo make permanent or long-lasting

          

  2. AltruisticA repayment; a deserved punishment

          

  3. DestituteDeprived of the necessities of life, lacking in

          

  4. VenalOpen to or marked by bribery or corruption

          

  5. CapriciousSubject to whims or passing fancies

          

  6. ImperviousA moving force, impulse, stimulus

          

  7. AscertainTo see clearly, recognize

          

  8. TruculentFierce and cruel; aggressive; deadly, destructive

          

  9. DerideTo ridicule, laugh at with contempt

          

  10. AcquiesceTo turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer

          

  11. AbhorTo regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply

          

  12. ObviateTo anticipate and prevent p; to remove; dispose of

          

  13. PanaceaI remedy for all all ills, cure-all; in answer to all problems

          

  14. ArdentVery enthusiastic, impassioned

          

  15. PinnacleI remedy for all all ills, cure-all; in answer to all problems

          

  16. AlienateTo turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer

          

  17. ParsimoniousStingy, misery; meager, poor, small

          

  18. StultifyNot easily moved, mentally or emotionally

          

  19. AssidiousPersistent; attentive, dilligent

          

  20. CravenTo desire something belonging to another

          

  21. TemerityOld and feeble, worn-out, ruined

          

  22. CovetTo desire something belonging to another

          

  23. AugmentVery enthusiastic, impassioned

          

  24. ImpetusNot affected or hurt by; admitting of no passage or entrance

          

  25. ReprehensibleDeserving blame

          

  26. MeticulousGiven to much talking, tediously chatty

          

  27. InsidiousPersistent; attentive, dilligent

          

  28. PoignantForceful, convincing, relevant, to the point

          

  29. NonchalantFierce and cruel; aggressive; deadly, destructive

          

  30. CursoryHasty, not thorough

          

  31. PrecedentAnd example that may serve as a basis for imitation

          

  32. VirulentVery enthusiastic, impassioned

          

  33. GarrulousSubject to whims or passing fancies

          

  34. SolaceComfort, relief

          

  35. StolidComfort, relief

          

  36. DiscernTo see clearly, recognize

          

  37. RetributionA repayment; a deserved punishment

          

  38. CogentTo desire something belonging to another

          

  39. DecrepitOld and feeble, worn-out, ruined

          

  40. FortitudeCourage in facing difficulties