Saturday, August 01, 2009

AUGUST - High frequency words

1. Buoyant - Having the ability to float; light in weight; lighthearted; gay
2. Rabid - Affected by rabies
3. Hirsute - Covered with hair; hairy; having a hairy covering; shaggy
4. Fiscal - Of or relating to government expenditures, revenues, and debt; relating to finance or finances; having to do with money matters
5. Quibble - One who quibbles; a caviler; also, a punster; person who finds fault, often severely and willfully; a disputant who quibbles; someone who raises annoying petty objections
Obliterate - To do away with completely so as to leave no trace; to wipe out, rub off, or erase; to remove completely (a body organ or part), as by surgery, disease, or radiation
Ostracize - To exclude from a group; to exclude from normal social or professional activities; to force to leave a country or place by official decree; exile, banish; to put into public disfavor
Malady - An unwholesome condition; a disease, a disorder, or an ailment
9. Conifer - Trees and shrubs that produce cones, such as pines; any of various mostly needle-leaved or scale-leaved, chiefly evergreen, cone-bearing gymnospermous trees or shrubs such as pines, spruces, and firs
10. Unadulterated - Not mingled or diluted with extraneous matter; pure; not mixed with impurities; produced by nature; not artificial or man made
11. Hubris - Overbearing pride or presumption; arrogance

Impecunious - Lacking money; penniless
13. Abate - To lessen; to subside; grow or cause to grow less, lessen; reduce in amount, degree, or intensity; deduct from an amount; subtract; make void; fall off in degree or intensity; subside
14. Quibble - To evade the truth or importance of an issue by raising trivial distinctions and objections; find fault or criticize for petty reasons; cavil; petty distinction or an irrelevant objection; objection, complaint; beat around the bush; raise unnecessary or trivial objections; argue pointlessly; engage in a quarrel
15. Caveat - A warning or caution; qualification or explanation; formal notice filed by an interested party with a court or officer, requesting the postponement of a proceeding until the filer is heard; qualify with a warning or clarification; advice to beware, as of a person or thing
16. Obliterate - To do away with completely so as to leave no trace; wipe out, rub off, or erase (writing or other markings); remove completely (a body organ or part), as by surgery, disease, or radiation; make disappear completely; destroy; remove or invalidate by or as if by running a line through or wiping clean
Pervasive - Having the quality or tendency to pervade or permeate; spreading throughout; extending; suffusing
Harangue - A long pompous speech, especially one delivered before a gathering; speech or piece of writing characterized by strong feeling or expression; a tirade; long, violent, or blustering speech, usually of censure or denunciation; speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner; lecture; long passionate speech
Gruffness - A throaty harshness; an abrupt discourteous manner
20. Thwart - To prevent the occurrence, realization, or attainment of; oppose and defeat the efforts, plans, or ambitions of; seat across a boat on which a rower may sit; prevent from accomplishing a purpose; stop, hinder; obstruct
21. Scalawag - reprobate; a rascal; a white Southerner working for or supporting the federal government during Reconstruction; one who is playfully mischievous; a person who does harm to others
22. Addendum - Something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book; something included at a later date
23. Libertine - One who acts without moral restraint; a dissolute person; who defies established religious precepts; a freethinker; morally unrestrained; dissolute; licentious; philanderer; an immoral person
24. Restrictive - Of or relating to restriction; tending or serving to restrict; limiting; relating to, or being a subordinate clause or phrase that identifies the noun, phrase, or clause it modifies and limits or restricts its meaning; serving to restrict; (of tariff) protective of national interests by restricting imports
25. Epitomic -
A brief presentation or statement of something; a summary of a written work; a typical or ideal example; brief or miniature form
Lionize - To look on or treat (a person) as a celebrity; treat as a famous person
27. Exanimate - Lifeless; dead; to deprive of life or spirit; destitute of animation; spiritless; disheartened; deprive of animation or of life; deprived of life
Ineluctable - Not to be avoided or escaped; inevitable; certain; impossible to avoid or evade

28. Proscribe - To denounce or condemn; to prohibit; forbid; banish or outlaw (a person); exclude
29. Vivify - To give or bring life to; animate; to make more lively, intense, or striking; to make alive
30. Sturdy - Strong and hardy; having or showing rugged physical strength; substantially made or built; stout; marked by resoluteness or determination; firm; vigorous or robust; solid, durable; capable of exerting considerable effort or of withstanding considerable stress or hardship; not easily moved or shaken
31. Innocuous - Having no adverse effect; harmless; not likely to offend or provoke to strong emotion; insipid; devoid of hurtful qualities; lacking the qualities requisite for spiritedness and originality
32. Encipher - To put (a message, for example) into cipher; convert plain text into unintelligible form by means of a cipher system
33. Swarthy - Having a dark complexion or color; of a complexion tending toward brown or black; dark-complexioned
34. Concur - To be of the same opinion; agree; act together; cooperate; occur at the same time; coincide; converge; meet; approve, to agree
35. Luculent - Easily understood; clear or lucid; (of language) transparently clear; easily understandable
36. Procrastinate - To put off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness; postpone or delay needlessly; delay, put off doing
37. Repudiate - To refuse to recognize or acknowledge; reject; turn one's back on; disown
38. Stoical - Seemingly indifferent to or unaffected by pleasure or pain; impassive; seemingly indifferent to emotions
39. Boastful - Characterized by or given to boasting; exhibiting self-importance
40. Mollify - To calm in temper or feeling; soothe; lessen in intensity; temper; reduce the rigidity of; soften; ease the anger or agitation of; cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of; make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else; moderate
Phlegmatic - Showing little emotion; without emotion or interest; having or suggesting a calm, sluggish temperament; unemotional; of or relating to phlegm; phlegmy
42. Stultify - To render useless or ineffectual; cripple; to cause to appear stupid, inconsistent, or ridiculous; prove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence; cause to appear foolish; deprive of strength or efficiency; make useless or worthless
43. Lachrymose - Weeping or inclined to weep; tearful; causing or tending to cause tears
Ostensive - Seeming or professed; ostensible; manifestly demonstrative; represented or appearing as such; pretended; appearing as such but not necessarily so

45. Collude - To act together secretly to achieve a fraudulent, illegal, or deceitful purpose; conspire; work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end; act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose
46. Servile - Abjectly submissive; slavish; acting like a slave; groveling, subservient; excessively eager to serve or obey; of or relating to servitude or forced labor
47. Euphemism - The act or an example of substituting a mild, indirect, or vague term for one considered harsh, blunt, or offensive; use or an instance of equivocal language; polite term
48. Immutable - Not subject or susceptible to change; incapable of changing or being modified; unchangeable
49. Bedecked - To adorn or ornament in a showy fashion; furnish with decorations; decorate
Fealty - The fidelity owed by a vassal to his feudal lord. The oath of such fidelity
Meandering - Rambling; winding
52. Wary - On guard; watchful; characterized by caution; vigilantly attentive; trying attentively to avoid danger, risk, or error; careful, cautious; openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
Postern - A small rear gate, especially one in a fort or castle; situated in the back or at the side; minor gate or door in the defensive wall of a town or fortification
54. Decrepit - Weakened, worn out, impaired, or broken down by old age, illness, or hard use; deteriorated, debilitated; broken down with age; worn out; not physically strong; showing signs of wear and tear or neglect
55. Indelible - Impossible to remove, erase, or wash away; permanent; unable to be forgotten; memorable; indestructible; cannot be removed, washed away or erased
Perturbation - The state of being perturbed; agitation; small change in a physical system; state of discomposure; upset, unsettle
Soporific - Inducing or tending to induce sleep; drowsy; drug or other substance that induces sleep; a hypnotic; sleepy; sleep-inducing
58. Ennui - Listlessness and dissatisfaction resulting from lack of interest; boredom; condition of being bored

59. Brat - A child, especially a spoiled or ill-mannered one; child of a career military person; spoiled child
60. Corpulent - Excessively fat; having too much flesh; chubby
61. Spartan - Resolute in the face of pain or danger or adversity; unsparing and uncompromising in discipline or judgment; practicing great self-denial; austere; laconic; simple
Tortuous - Not straightforward; highly involved or intricate; very twisted; complicated; having or marked by repeated turns or bends; winding or twisting; repeatedly curving in alternate directions
63. Modicum - A small, moderate, or token amount
Accolade - An expression of approval; praise; special acknowledgment; an award; ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation; ceremonial bestowal of knighthood; recognition; ornamental treatment, used over an arch, a door, or a window, composed of two curves meeting in the middle; often a richly decorated molding; approval
Cognizant - Fully informed; conscious
Fretwork - Ornamental work consisting of three-dimensional frets; geometric openwork; design of short bars or lines fitted together
67. Aphid - Any of various small, soft-bodied insects of the family Aphididae that have mouth parts specially adapted for piercing and feed by sucking sap from plants; A small sucking insect that feeds primarily on new soft growth

68. Trenchancy - Irony or bitterness, as of tone; keenness and forcefulness of thought or expression or intellect
Gauche - Lacking social polish; tactless; unsophisticated; lacking social grace
Assail - To attack with or as if with violent blows; assault; attack verbally, as with ridicule or censure; attack someone physically or emotionally; launch an attack or assault on; begin hostilities with, as in warfare
71. Lethargic - Of, causing, or characterized by lethargy; lazy, sluggish; deficient in alertness or activity
Salubrious - Conducive or favorable to health or well-being; health-giving; healthful, nutritious
73. Suave - Smoothly agreeable and courteous; charming, smooth; effortlessly gracious and tactful in social manner
74. Boast - To glorify oneself in speech; statement that suggests praise of oneself; talk in a self-admiring way; shape or form (stone) roughly with a broad chisel
75. Chaotic - Characterized by physical confusion; completely unordered and unpredictable and confusing; lacking a visible order or organization
76. Massive - Very large and solid; large or imposing, as in quantity, scope, degree, intensity, or scale; lacking internal crystalline structure; amorphous
Cacophonous - Having a harsh, unpleasant sound; discordant; having an unpleasant sound
78. Animadversion - Strong criticism; a critical or censorious remark; harsh criticism or disapproval
79. Hapless - Luckless; unfortunate; involving or undergoing chance misfortune

80. Buttress - A means or device that keeps something erect, stable, or secure; present evidence in support of; support, bolster; support built to strengthen a wall
Extant - Still in existence; not destroyed, lost, or extinct; standing out; projecting; in existence; occurring or existing in act or fact: actual
Exalt - To raise in rank, character, or status; elevate; glorify, praise, or honor; increase the effect or intensity of; heighten; fill with sublime emotion; elate; promote, praise
83. Drake - A male duck; mayfly used as fishing bait
84. Cogent - Appealing to the intellect or powers of reasoning; convincing; effectiveness
Omnipotent - Having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful
86. Garrulous - Given to excessive and often trivial or rambling talk; tiresomely talkative; wordy and rambling; talkative
Skullduggery - Crafty deception or trickery or an instance of it; verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
Demoralized - To undermine the confidence or morale of; dishearten; put into disorder; confuse; corrupt, pervert
89. Reinforce - To make more effective; strengthen; strengthen (a military force) with additional personnel or equipment; increase the number or amount of; augment
Misanthrope - One who hates or mistrusts humankind; person who expects only the worst from people; person who hates others
91. Spurious - Lacking authenticity or validity in essence or origin; not genuine; false; of illegitimate birth; similar in appearance but unlike in structure or function; counterfeit, fake; fraudulently or deceptively imitative
92. Prostrate - Lying prone, or with the head to the ground; flat, horizontal; helpless; tired, worn; fall on knees; submit; overwhelm; wear out; put or throw flat with the face down, as in submission or adoration; reduce to extreme weakness or incapacitation; overcome

93. Pelf - Wealth or riches, especially when dishonestly acquired
Obeisance -
A gesture or movement of the body, such as a curtsy, that expresses deference or homage; great respect or high public esteem accorded as a right or as due; salutation, curtsy
95. Excavate - To remove by digging or scooping out; break, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example) with or as if with a tool

96. Proffer - To offer for acceptance; tender; act of proffering; an offer; put before another for acceptance; suggest, offer
97. Adamant - Impervious to pleas, appeals, or reason; stubbornly unyielding; stone once believed to be impenetrable in its hardness; extremely hard substance; hard like rock; unyielding; mineral frequently found beneath a corset. soluble in solicitate of gold; unbreakable
98. Isthmus - A narrow strip of land connecting two larger masses of land; narrow piece of land with water on each side

99. Quell - To put down forcibly; suppress; pacify; quiet; bring to an end forcibly as if by imposing a heavy weight: choke off; alleviate, calm; defeat, suppress
100. Malfunction - To fail to work as it should; breakdown, failure

101. Fluvial - Of, relating to, or inhabiting a river or stream; produced by the action of a river or stream; of or relating to or happening in a river
102. Intriguing - To engage in secret or underhand schemes; plot; arouse the interest or curiosity of; work out a secret plan to achieve an evil or illegal end
103. Fretwork - Ornamental work consisting of three-dimensional frets; geometric openwork; design of short bars or lines fitted together
Gregarious - Seeking and enjoying the company of others; sociable
Choreograph - To plan out or oversee the movement, development, or details of; orchestrate; to specialize in choreography; compose a sequence of dance steps to music; plan and oversee the development and details of
106. Founder - To sink below the surface of the water; fail utterly; collapse; stumble, especially to stumble and go lame; become ill from overeating; who establishes something or formulates the basis for something
Bedeck - To adorn or ornament in a showy fashion; furnish with decorations; decorate
108. Palter - To talk or act insincerely or misleadingly; equivocate; be capricious; trifle; quibble, especially in bargaining; be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information
109. Daft - Mad; crazy; foolish; stupid; scots; frolicsome
110. Biracial - Of, for, or consisting of members of two races; having parents of two different races
111. Puckish - Mischievous; impish; naughtily or annoyingly playful
Overture - An introductory section or part, as of a poem; a prelude; an instrumental composition intended especially as an introduction to an extended work, such as an opera; introduction, approach; short section of preliminary remarks
113. Reify - To regard or treat (an abstraction) as if it had concrete or material existence; interpretation of an abstract idea or concept, such as the state, as real or concrete; consider an abstract concept to be real
Vim - Ebullient vitality and energy; lively, emphatic, eager quality or manner; quality of active mental and physical forcefulness
115. Mulish - Stubborn and intractable; recalcitrant; unreasonably rigid in the face of argument or entreaty or attack
116. Egalitarian - Affirming, promoting, or characterized by belief in equal political, economic, social, and civil rights for all people
117. Marsupial - Any mammal that has a pouch on the abdomen of the female for carrying young
Archive - A place or collection containing records, documents, or other materials of historical interest; place where something is deposited for safekeeping; place where old records are stored
119. Glacier - A huge mass of ice slowly flowing over a land mass, formed from compacted snow in an area where snow accumulation exceeds melting and sublimation
Miff - A petulant, bad-tempered mood; a huff; petty quarrel or argument; a tiff; cause to become offended or annoyed; annoy, bewilder; a state of irritation or annoyance; extreme displeasure caused by an insult or slight
Exonerate - To free from blame; free from a responsibility, obligation, or task; excuse, clear of responsibility or blame
Squall - A loud, harsh cry; brief sudden violent windstorm, often accompanied by rain or snow; blow strongly for a brief period; brief commotion; short violent storm
123. Flinch - To start or wince involuntarily, as from surprise or pain; recoil, as from something unpleasant or difficult; shrink; shy away; act of drawing back in an involuntary or instinctive fashion; draw away involuntarily, usually out of fear or disgust
124. Parsimonious - Excessively sparing or frugal; penny-pinching; too economical; stingy
125. Spine - Side where signatures of a book or catalog are bound together and attached to the cover; strength of character; courage or willpower; thin, sharp needle; backbone;

126. Commotion - A condition of turbulent motion; clamor, uproar; noisy confusion; disorder
127. Gully - A deep ditch or channel cut in the earth by running water after a prolonged downpour; to wear a deep ditch or channel in; deep ditch cut by running water
128. Stygian - Gloomy and dark; hellish

129. Apocalyptic - Characterized by usually exaggerated predictions of or allusions to a disastrous outcome; involving or portending widespread devastation or ultimate doom; a revelatory or prophetic nature; of or relating to an apocalypse
130. Rebuke - To criticize or reprove sharply; reprimand; check or repress; blame or scold in a sharp way
131. Dew - Water in the form of droplets that appears on thin, exposed objects in the morning or evening; water that has condensed on a cool surface overnight from water vapor in the air
Diligent - Marked by persevering, painstaking effort; characterized by care and perseverence in carrying out tasks; characterized by steady attention and effort
133. Garrulous - Given to excessive and often trivial or rambling talk; tiresomely talkative; wordy and rambling; talkative
Formulaic - Characterized by or in accordance with some formula; being of no special quality or type; average
Tenterhook - A hooked nail for securing cloth on a tenter; one of a series of hooks used to hold cloth on a tenter
136. Precarious - Dangerously lacking in security or stability; subject to chance or unknown conditions; based on uncertain, unwarranted, or unproved premises; tricky, doubtful; not safe or sure
Recant - To make a formal retraction or disavowal of (a statement or belief to which one has previously committed oneself); make a formal retraction or disavowal of a previously held statement or belief; to disavow (something previously written or said) irrevocably and usually formally; take back something said; to take back formally an opinion or belief
Frost - A deposit of minute ice crystals formed when water vapor condenses at a temperature below freezing; extreme cold; covering of tiny crystals on a cold surface.; to put icing on a cake; anger or upset
139. Tenter - A framework on which milled cloth is stretched for drying without shrinkage; a framework with hooks used for stretching and drying cloth
140. Kinship - Connection by blood, marriage, or adoption; family relationship; relationship by nature or character; affinity

141. Zealot - A fanatically committed person; person who is ardently devoted to a particular subject or activity; who is zealous, especially excessively so; member of a Jewish movement of the first century
142. Metamorphic - Rocks that have recrystallized in a solid state as a result of changes in temperature, pressure, and chemical environment; characterized by metamorphosis or change in physical form or substance
143. Impeccable - Having no flaws; perfect; above suspicion; flawless; incapable of sin or wrongdoing
144. Bedlam - A place or situation of noisy uproar and confusion; chaotic situation; a state of extreme confusion and disorder; scene of great uproar and confusion
Covert - Existing or operating in a way so as to ensure complete concealment and confidentiality; lying beyond what is obvious or avowed; something that physically protects, especially from danger; a hiding place; clandestine, underhanded; something that serves to conceal or shelter
Nadir - The lowest point
147. Lethargic - Of, causing, or characterized by lethargy; lazy, sluggish; deficient in alertness or activity
Rotten - Being in a state of putrefaction or decay; decomposed; a foul odor resulting from or suggestive of decay; morally corrupt or despicable; dishonest, immoral; despicable, inferior, bad
149. Chicanery - Deception by trickery or sophistry; lack of straightforwardness and honesty in action; legal trickery or false argument; deception, trickery
150. Feral - Existing in a wild or untamed state; having returned to an untamed state from domestication; of or suggestive of a wild animal; savage; wild; being wild after escaping from domestication
151. Inauguration - Formal induction into office; formal beginning or introduction; installation
152. Ameliorate - To make or become better; improve; relieve or reduce pain
153. Eradicate - To tear up by the roots; get rid of as if by tearing up by the roots; destroy; remove

154. Edify - To instruct especially so as to encourage intellectual, moral, or spiritual improvement; enable (one) to understand, especially in a spiritual sense; make understand
155. Brevity - The quality or state of being brief in duration; shortness, briefness; concise expression; terseness
156. Panache - Dash; verve; bunch of feathers or a plume, especially on a helmet; person's flamboyant spirit
157. Senility - Old age; mental and physical deterioration associated with aging; loss of faculties; condition of being senile
158. Embezzling - To take (money, for example) for one's own use in violation of a trust; steal money, often from employer; steal what was entrusted to one's care
159. Supple - Yielding or changing readily; compliant or adaptable; bendable; make pliant and flexible, as of leather and skins; gracefully slender; moving and bending with ease; (used of e.g. personality traits) readily adaptable; (used of persons' bodies) capable of moving or bending freely
160. Homily - A sermon; sermon, especially one intended to edify a congregation on a practical matter and not intended to be a theological discourse; tedious moralizing lecture or admonition; inspirational saying or platitude
161. Inane - One that lacks sense or substance
162. Frigid - Extremely cold; unresponsive; lacking warmth of feeling; stiff and formal in manner; persistently averse to sexual intercourse
163. School - To impart knowledge and skill to; institution for the instruction of children or people under college age; large group of aquatic animals, especially fish, swimming together
164. Truculence - Warlike or hostile attitude or nature; power or will to fight; cruel act or an instance of cruel behavior; obstreperous and defiant aggressiveness; disposition or apparent disposition to fight, especially fiercely
165. Mar - To inflict damage, especially disfiguring damage, on; impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil; disfiguring mark; a blemish; hurt, spoil the appearance of or to damage
166. Lampoon - A written attack ridiculing a person, group, or institution; light, good-humored satire; a work, as a novel or play, that exposes folly by the use of humor or irony; ridicule, make fun of
167. Feasible - Capable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are; possible, doable; logical; likely
168. Embellish - To make beautiful, as by ornamentation; decorate; add ornamental or fictitious details to
169. Nullify - To remove legitimacy; cancel, revoke; put an end to, especially formally and with authority; make ineffective by applying an opposite force or amount; invalidate
170. Bootless - Without advantage or benefit; useless; unproductive of success; having no useful result
171. Ambulate - To walk from place to place; move about; walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking; to go on foot
172. Parsimonious - Excessively sparing or frugal; penny-pinching; too economical; stingy
173. Skepticism - A lack of conviction or certainty; doubting or questioning attitude or state of mind; dubiety
174. Scatter - To throw in many directions; to spread out; strew, disperse; occur or fall at widely spaced intervals
175. Poise - To carry or hold in equilibrium; balance; stable, calm state of the emotions; self composure, dignity; centimeter-gram-second unit of dynamic viscosity equal to one dyne-second per square centimeter; place or be placed on a narrow or insecure surface; state or condition of hovering or being suspended; remain stationary over a place or object; freedom from affectation or embarrassment
176. Enervate - To weaken or destroy the strength or vitality; deprived of strength; debilitated; lessen or deplete the nerve, energy, or strength of; lack of nervous energy
177. Futility - The quality of having no useful result; uselessness; lack of importance or purpose; frivolousness; condition or quality of being useless or ineffective; fruitlessness
Vainglorious - Characterized by or exhibiting excessive vanity; boastful; feeling self-importance; being boastful; thinking too highly of oneself
179. Recidivism - A slipping from a higher or better condition to a lower or poorer one; the tendency for an ill person to relapse or return to the hospital; tendency to return to a previous pattern of behavior, especially to return to criminal habits; the return to a life of crime after a conviction and sentence
180. Insolvent - Unable to meet debts or discharge liabilities; bankrupt; financially ruined; someone who has insufficient assets to cover their debts; unable to meet or discharge financial obligations
181. Pudency - Modesty; bashfulness; shamefacedness; shyness
182. Hedonistic - Characterized by or devoted to pleasure and luxury as a lifestyle; self-indulgent; devoted to pleasure
183. Impervious - Incapable of being penetrated; incapable of being affected; having the capacity to withstand; not allowing to pass through
184. Adjutant - A staff officer who helps a commanding officer with administrative affairs; an assistant; person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities; officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer
185. Eschew - To avoid; shun; have nothing to do with
186. Gallant - Having or showing courage; characterized by elaborate but usually formal courtesy; full of polite concern for the well-being of others; man amorously attentive to women
187. Wan - Unnaturally pale, as from physical or emotional distress; indicative of weariness, illness, or unhappiness; melancholy; colorless, weak; lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness
188. Accrue - To come to one as a gain, addition, or increment; increasing by addition of growth, often financial; increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth; come into existence as a claim that is legally enforceable; to accumulate over time
189. Demurral - The act of demurring, especially a mild, polite, or considered expression of opposition; a formal objection to an opponent's pleadings
190. Onerous - Troublesome or oppressive; burdensome; very difficult; requiring hard labor; requiring great or extreme bodily, mental, or spiritual strength
191. Staid - Full of or marked by dignity and seriousness; sober; characterized by dignity and propriety; restrained, set; fixed; permanent
192. Sully - To mar the cleanness or luster of; soil or stain; to defile; taint
193. Relentless - Unyielding in severity or strictness; unrelenting; steady and persistent; unremitting; continuous, never-ending; cruel, merciless
194. Amicable - Characterized by or exhibiting friendliness or goodwill; friendly
Sacrosanct - Regarded as sacred and inviolable; must be kept sacred; holy, greatly respected; protected from violation or abuse by custom, law, or feelings of reverence
196. Vile - Very evil; unpleasant; so objectionable as to elicit despisal or deserve condemnation; heavily soiled; very dirty or unclean; extremely unpleasant to the senses or feelings; having or proceeding from low moral standards; offensive, horrible; loathsome; disgusting
197. Feigned - Not real; pretended; not genuine; fictitious

198. Deplore - To feel or express strong disapproval of; feel or express sorrow for; regret; condemn
199. Wan - Unnaturally pale, as from physical or emotional distress; indicative of weariness, illness, or unhappiness; melancholy; colorless, weak; lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness
200. Impalpable - Not perceptible to the touch; intangible; difficult to perceive or grasp by the mind; intangible, unsubstantial; incapable of being apprehended by the mind or the senses

201. Saunter - To walk at a leisurely pace; stroll; leisurely pace; leisurely walk or stroll; stroll; walk in a confident manner; act of walking, especially for pleasure
202. Alleviate - To make (pain, for example) more bearable; relieve; lessen; reduce the burden of
203. Perspicacious - Having or showing penetrating mental discernment; clear-sighted; observant, perceptive
204. Impeccable - Having no flaws; perfect; incapable of sin or wrongdoing; above suspicion; flawless; supremely excellent in quality or nature
205. Consecrated - Given over exclusively to a single use or purpose; solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose; made or declared or believed to be holy; devoted to a deity or some religious ceremony or use
206. Lament - To feel, show, or express grief; complain; express grief for or about; mourn; regret deeply; deplore; song or poem expressing deep grief or mourning
207. Malevolent - Having or exhibiting ill will; wishing harm to others; malicious; having an evil or harmful influence; hateful; wishing ill for others
208. Folly - A lack of good sense, understanding, or foresight; an act or instance of foolishness: regretted the follies of his youth
209. Macabre - Suggesting the horror of death and decay; gruesome; ery eerie; deathlike; constituting or including a representation of death; shockingly repellent; marked by preoccupation with unwholesome matters
210. Bulge - A rounded part that curves outwardly; project outward; swollen object; sudden, usually temporary increase in number or quantity
211. Aeration - To supply with air or expose to the circulation of air; expose to oxygen, as in the oxygenation of the blood by respiration; supply or charge (liquid) with a gas, especially to charge with carbon dioxide; expose to circulating air
212. Laconic - Using or marked by the use of few words; terse or concise; short, to the point
Inalienable - That cannot be transferred to another or others; absolute, inherent; incapable of being surrendered or transferred
214. Protuberance - Something, such as a bulge, knob, or swelling, that protrudes; part that protrudes or extends outward; unevenness or elevation on a surface; lump, outgrowth; something that swells out from a surrounding surface