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  1. Impregnable(adj.)
    Unable to be captured or broken into

          

  2. Non sequitur(noun)
    A statement that does not logically follow a conversations flow

          

  3. Noxious(adj.)
    Wicked or criminal

          

  4. Affinity(noun)
    A natural skill

          

  5. Bemoan(v.)
    Express discontent or sorrow over

          

  6. Curmudgeon(n.)
    Tense bitterness in a relationship

          

  7. Erudite(adj.)
    Showing great knowledge or learning

          

  8. Nefarious(adj.)
    Fond of company

          

  9. Bilk(v.)
    To verbally rip apart

          

  10. Pernicious(adj.)
    Wicked or criminal

          

  11. Coquette(n.)
    The top of a trajectory, the highest point

          

  12. Zenith(n.)
    The top of a trajectory, the highest point

          

  13. Cantankerous(adj.)
    Argumentative and uncooperative

          

  14. Gauche(adj.)
    Lacking social grace

          

  15. Ubiquitous(adj.)
    Very harmful

          

  16. Slipshod(adj.)
    Showing a lack of care or thought

          

  17. Facetious(adj.)
    Very harmful

          

  18. Haughty(adj.)
    Arrogantly superior

          

  19. Misogynist(n.)
    Someone who hates women

          

  20. Harangue(v.)
    Lecture at length in an aggressive way

          

  21. Blasphemy(n.)
    Profane talk about holy or sacred things

          

  22. Acrimony(n.)
    To verbally rip apart

          

  23. Diatribe(noun)
    A natural skill

          

  24. Sycophant (noun)
    Someone who uses flattery to try to get what he/she wants from an authority figure

          

  25. Gregarious(adj.)
    Fond of company

          

  26. Deride(v.)
    To cheat someone out of money