Deduce: arrive at a fact or conclusion by reasoning; draw as a logical conclusion.
Remit : cancel or refrain from exacting; revoke; the task or area of activity officially assigned to an individual or organisation.
Infer : deduce or conclude (something) from evidence and reasoning rather than from explicit statements. "from these facts we can infer that crime has been increasing"
Foreboding : a feeling that something bad will happen; implying that something bad is going to happen.
Progressive : happening or developing gradually or in stages
Scepticism : a sceptical ("not easily cinvinced") attitude; doubt as to the truth of something
Patronise: treat with an apparent kindness which betrays a feeling of superiority; humiliate; ("she's a good-hearted girl, he said in a patronising voice")
Condescend : show that one feels superior; do something in such a way as to emphasise that one clearly regards it as below one's dignity or level of importance.
Contend: struggle to surmount; compete with others in a struggle to achieve something. ("She had to contend with his uncertain temper")
Sated: satisfy a desire or an appetite (desire to satisfy a bodily need) to the full
Pained: effected with pain
Disdain: the feeling that someone is unworthy of consideration; disrespect
Seethe:boil or be turbulent as if boiling
Rage: violent uncontrollable anger
Scheme: a large scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining something
Drowse: be half asleep; doze intermittently
Banter: the playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks
Jest: a thing said or done for amusement; a joke
Inspire: fill with the urge or ability to do or feel something
Undermine: erode the Base or foundation. "The flow of water had undermined the pillars supporting the roof"
Callous: showing or having an insensitive and cruel disregard for others
Irrepressible: not able to be controlled or restrained "an irrepressible rogue"
Ignorant: lacking knowledge or awareness in general
Tenacious : tending to keep a firm hold of something; clinging or adhering closely
Steadfast : resolutely or difficulty firm and unwavering; loyal, faithful
Envious : feeling or showing envy
Nonchalant : feeling or appearing casualty calm and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm ("she gave a nonchalant shrug")
Amicable : characterized by friendliness and absence of discord. ("an amicable settlement of the dispute")
Intolerant : not tolerant of views, beliefs, or behaviour that differ from one's own. ("as a society we are more intolerant of certain types of violence than we were in the past")
Reticent: not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily. ("she was extremely reticent about her personal affairs")
Grudge: a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past insult or injury. ("I've never been one to hold a grudge")
Grievance : a real or imagined cause for complaint, especially unfair treatment. "a website which enabled staff to air their grievances"
Bestow: confer or present (an honour, right, or gift). "the office was bestowed on him by the monarch of this realm"
Cupidity : greed for money or possessions. "new wealth, however tainted by cupidity and egoism, tends to be favourable for the arts"
Primeval : of the earliest time in history. "mile after mile of primeval forest"
Demented : behaving irrationally due to anger, distress, or excitement. "she was demented with worry"
Rebuke : express sharp disapproval or criticism of (someone) because of their behaviour or actions. "she had rebuked him for drinking too much"
Reprimand : a formal expression of disapproval. "the golfer received a reprimand for a breach of rules"
Proclaim : announce officially or publicly. "the government's chief scientific adviser proclaimed that the epidemic was under control"
Clipped : (of speech) having short, sharp vowel sounds and clear pronunciation. "his cold clipped tones"
Surreptitious : kept secret, especially because it would not be approved of. "low wages were supplemented by surreptitious payments from tradesmen"
Superficial : existing or occurring at or on the surface. "the building suffered only superficial damage"
Blatant : (of bad behaviour) done openly and unashamedly. "blatant lies"
Awkward : causing difficulty; hard to do or deal with. "some awkward questions"
Wistful : having or showing a feeling of vague or regretful longing. "a wistful smile"
Whimsical : playfully quaint or fanciful, especially in an appealing and amusing way. (fanciful, playful, mischievous) "a whimsical sense of humour"
Affronted : offend the modesty or values of. (Provoke) "she was affronted by his familiarity"
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