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Acerbic - having a sour or bitter taste or character

02. Amalgamate - to combine several elements into a whole

03. Amenable - agreeable; responsive to suggestion

04. Bolster - to provide support or reinforcement

05. Bombast - self-important or pompous writing or speech

06. Bombastic - pompous; grandiloquent

07. Credulous - tending to believe too readily; gullible

08. Diatribe - a harsh denunciation

09. Fawn - to flatter or praise excessively

10. Fervent - greatly emotional or zealous

11. Flout - to demonstrate contempt for, as in a rule or convention

12. Fortuitous - happening by fortunate accident or chance

13. Garrulous - pointlessly talkative; talking too much

14. Germane - relevant to the subject at hand; appropriate in subject matter

15. Glib - marked by ease or informality; nonchalant; lacking in depth; superficial

16. Halcyon - calm and peaceful

17. Hubris - arrogant presumption or pride

18. Idolatrous - given to intense or excessive devotion to something

19. Imminent - about to happen; impending

20. Imperturbable - marked by extreme calm, impassivity and steadiness

21. Impetuous - hastily or rashly energetic; impulsive and vehement

22. Implacable - not capable of being appeased or significantly changed