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    1. Money Matters

    Not everyone is rich, not everyone poor, how do you classify everyone?

    1. penury : extreme poverty
    2. pauper : poor guy
    3. mendicant : pauper who lives by begging
    4. eke : to live off meager resources
    5. penurious : lacking money
    6. impecunious : having little or no money
    7. destitute : poor, depend on others for money
    8. insolvent : unable to pay bills, bankrupt
    9. solvent : able to pay bills
    10. opulence : having great wealth
    11. affluent : wealthy
    12. indigent : poor, needy

    It isn’t about money, it’s about how you spend it..

    1. profligates : recklessly extravagant
    2. spendthrift : spends money extravagantly
    3. largess : extreme generous
    4. munificent : very generous
    5. unstinting : very generous
    6. dissipitate : squander/waste money
    7. prodigal : opposite of frugal
    8. thrifty : spending money wisely
    9. frugal : not spending on unnecessary things
    10. provident : providing for the future
    11. stingy : ungenerous
    12. miser : doesn't like to spend money
    13. parsimonious : unwilling to spend money
    14. husband : economical
    15. unsparing : generous, lavish

    More words related to money!

    1. pecuniary : relating to or involving money
    2. underwrite : to support financially
    3. pittance : a small amount of money
    4. cadge : to beg for money
    5. gouge : to overcharge
    6. plutocracy : society ruled by the wealthy
    7. lucre : money or profits
    8. parvenu : newly, unaccustomed rich
    9. arriviste : newly, unaccustomed rich
    10. defray : provide money to pay
    11. graft : money through misuse of power
    12. mulct : to defraud or swindle
    13. amortize : gradually pay off debt

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    2. To soothe divine

    Some people just can't resist anger

    1. rankle : make resentful and angry
    2. irascible : someone easiy angered
    3. incense : make furious
    4. implacable : unable to be appeased
    5. surly : inclined to anger or bad feelings
    6. exacerbate : to make matter worse

    It's easy to unnerve someone

    1. assuage : make something less severe
    2. extenuate : make something less severe
    3. placate : make less angry
    4. pacify : quell the anger, agitation
    5. appease : pacify someone by serving them
    6. propitiate : appease, placate
    7. anodyne : soothes pain, unoffensive
    8. alleviate : to make something less severe
    9. mitigate : to make less severe
    10. ameliorate : to make something bad better
    11. mollify : to make someone less angry
    12. allay : to soothe, ease out something
    13. emollient : soothing, relieving
    14. console : comfort in grief
    15. palliate : make less severe
    16. lull : calm, send to sleep

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    3. Words Hurt

    Coz words kill those who don't die by swords..

    1. assail : attack by words
    2. diatribe : verbal attack
    3. polemical : strong verbal attack
    4. broadside : strong verbal attack
    5. rebuke : criticize severily or angrily
    6. reproach : to express criticism
    7. tirade : an angry speech
    8. reprimand : expression of disapproval angrily
    9. castigate : to reprimand harshly
    10. chastise : to reprimand harshly, overreact
    11. objurate : to censure, scold severely
    12. upbraid : to reproach, scold
    13. lambaste : to criticize severely and angrily
    14. screed : a tedious, abusive rant
    15. vituperate : to criticize harshly
    16. excoriate : to criticize very harshly
    17. berate : scold or criticize angrily
    18. lacerate : criticize angrily, severily
    19. scathing : severely critical

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    4. Irritate Me

    Because irritating is an art..

    1. irk : annoy, irritate
    2. exasperate : greatly annoyed out of patience
    3. petulant : easily irritated
    4. peevish : showing an irritable disposition
    5. rile : annoy or irritable someone
    6. fractious : irritable and quarrelsome
    7. bilious : irritated by an act or thing
    8. splenetic : very irritable
    9. nettlesome : causing irritation or annoyance
    10. harried : troubled persistently
    11. badger : to pester repeatedly

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    5. A river of Contempt

    He smiled.. with contempt in the eyes..

    1. contemptuous : to look down on others
    2. snide : a contemptuous remark
    3. derisive : expressing contempt vocally
    4. boorish : ill-mannered, contemptible
    5. deride : treat or speak with contempt
    6. spurn : reject with contempt
    7. sordid : arousing contempt
    8. belittle : to lessen the dignity of others
    9. detraction : derogatory comment
    10. disparage : to belittle

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    6. to Deceive is an art

    But don't deceive thyself..

    1. dissemble : conceal one's true motives
    2. semblance : conceal true nature
    3. belie : false representation
    4. canard : misleading fabrication, false rumour
    5. treacherous : tending to betray
    6. fleece : to deceive
    7. dupe : to trick, swindle
    8. hoodwink : deceive or trick someone
    9. finagle : to acheive something by trickery
    10. entice : false promises to get things done
    11. cozen : to mislead by trick or fraud
    12. bilk : to cheat or defraud
    13. cozen : to mislead by trick or fraud

    Or you can choose not to..

    1. blatant : done openly without concealment
    2. forthright : directness in manner
    3. brusquely : in a blatant direct manner
    4. artless : without guile or deception
    5. guileless : free of deceit
    6. leery : openly distrustful, not confiding

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    7. road to Atonement

    How will you expiate your sins?

    1. Lust : Fornication
    2. Gluttony : Selfishness
    3. Avarice : Greed, Cupidity, Covetousness
    4. Hubris : Pride, Futility
    5. Acedia : Sloth
    6. Wrath : Anger, Rage, Hatred
    7. Vainglory : Envy

    and thou have all seven of them..

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    8. worthy of the Worth

    Some deserve respect..

    1. deferential : showing respect
    2. venerate : show respect
    3. reverent : showing utmost respect
    4. estimable : respectable
    5. august : respected and impressive.
    6. lionize : assign great social importance
    7. accolade : award or praise granted as honor

    Not just praiseworthy, but..

    1. laudable : worthy of high praise
    2. exalt : praise with high words
    3. panegyric : a formal praise
    4. commendable : worthy of high praise
    5. encomioum : formal expression of praise
    6. approbation : to praise, give approval
    7. eulogy : high praise of a deceased
    8. fete : to celebrate a person
    9. homoge : pay tribute
    10. illustrious : highly revered

    The new low..

    1. ignoble : not honorable in purpose
    2. ignominious : bringing shame
    3. checkered : marked by disreputableness
    4. opprobium : public disgrace
    5. discredit : to dishonor, disgrace
    6. turpitude : depraved, wicked sin
    7. deign : do an inferior act
    8. charlatan : falsely claimed person

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    9. the cherry on Top

    The whole world is weird at the top..

    1. pinnacle : the highest point
    2. acme : point of highest development
    3. culminate : reach the highest point
    4. zenith : the highest point, ulminate
    5. apogee : highest point in the development
    6. summit : highest point of something
    7. apex : the top or highest point
    8. heyday : pinnacle of a career
    9. apotheosis : highest point, culmination

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    10. Lack and Abundance

    Lack of faith makes people afraid..

    1. negligible : almost nothing
    2. diminuitive : the smallness of something
    3. exiguity : the meagreness of something
    4. modicum : in small amounts
    5. pittance : small amount (of money)
    6. paucity : the lack of something
    7. dearth : a shortage of something
    8. smattering : to know a small amount
    10. miniscule : very small in amount
    11. scant : in small quantity
    12. scintilla : tiny spark of something

    Too much of anything is bad..

    1. copious : in abundant supply
    2. flush : to be in abundance
    3. raft : a large number of something
    4. myriad : a large indefinite number
    5. profuse : plentiful, pouring in abundance
    6. replete : completely furnished with something
    7. appreciable : noticeably large
    8. cornucopia : abundant supply of good things
    9. profusion : extreme abundance
    10. fulsome : disgustingly excessive
    11. plethora : excess or overabundance
    12. slew : large in quantity

    the variety of mixtures..

    1. miscellany : mixture of different things
    2. motley : full of different colors
    3. multifarious : various
    4. sundry : various
    5. variegated : varied, different colors

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    11. Say something

    Few words say the most..

    1. apothegm : a short saying
    2. epithet : a short saying
    3. epigram : moral short saying
    4. bromide : witty short saying
    5. maxim : saying expressing truth
    6. trite : saying repeated too often
    7. hackneyed : boring due to repetition
    8. platitude : obvious or trite remark
    9. banal : obvious comment, saying
    10. quip : witty remark
    11. dictum : a formal saying
    12. aphoristic : saying expressing truth
    13. rejoinder : a witty comeback
    14. witticism : a witty saying

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    12. Fight and Kill

    Some people like the color blood..

    1. contentious : eager to fight
    2. belligerent : likely to fight
    3. pugnacious : eager to fight, argue
    4. bellicose : inclines to quarrel, warsome
    5. martial : suggesting war, military
    6. surly : inclined to anger, bad feelings
    7. churlish : rude, boorish

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    13. Keep Calm

    Some love to be calm..

    1. placid : calm, not easily irritated
    2. sangfroid : calmness in adversity
    3. aplomb : keeping calm
    4. serene : calm and peaceful
    5. sanguine : optimistic in adversity
    6. halcyon : a period of calmness
    7. equable : steady, unvarying, serene
    8. equanimity : composure, calmness
    9. phlegmatic : stolid, calm disposition

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    14. Arrogance is the key

    Your arrogance will defeat you..

    1. hubris : excessive pride
    2. haughty : having arrogant superiority
    3. imperious : arrogant and domineering
    4. insolent : rude and arrogant
    5. tawdry : tastelessly showy
    6. egotist : self-conceited person
    7. smug : excessive complacency
    8. tout : to sell something by show off
    9. hauteur : pride due to superiority
    10. condescenging : look down on others
    11. patronize : to treat condescendingly
    12. cavalier : haughty disregard of others
    13. magisterial : showing great authority

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    15. Work Work Work

    Work hard, carefully..

    1. assiduously : with great perseverance
    2. diligently : with conscientiousness
    3. travail : hard work, use of physical energy
    4. industrious : hard work and perseverance
    5. scrupulous : extreme care and great effort
    6. arduous : requiring great effort
    7. taxing : use ot the limit, exhausting
    8. ferret : search persistently
    9. incumbent : necessary as a duty
    10. behoove : one's duty or obligation
    11. punctilious : with great care and effort
    12. sedulous : showing diligence and dedication
    13. fastidious : attentive to details and accuracy
    14. meticulous : great attention to details
    15. indefatigable : tireless, unflagging

    Or be careless and lazy..

    1. slapdash : carelessly, hastily done
    2. haphazard : in a careless, hasty manner
    3. raffish : carefree unconventionality
    4. rakish : slightly disreputable carelessness
    5. rash : without careful consideration
    6. foolhardy : racklessly bold, rash
    7. lethargic : lacking energy
    8. torpor : physical, mental inactivity
    9. blase : boring due to repetition
    10. lassitude : lacking energy, lethargic
    11. blithe : carefree, cheerfully indifferent
    12. impetuous : with due haste
    13. anemic : lacking vigor
    14. flag : become exhausted, droop
    15. listless : lacking vivacity, enthusiasm
    16. languish : lacking vitality, weak
    17. feckless : irresponsible

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    16. Get it?

    If you can't explain it, you never understood it..

    1. recondite : difficult to penetrate
    2. abstruse : difficult to understand
    3. confound : confusing
    4. opaque : not clearly understood
    5. inscrutable : not easily understood
    6. elusive : difficult to grasp
    7. elude : difficult to grasp
    8. imponderable : impossible to estimate
    9. convoluted : highly complex, intricate
    10. conundrum : a difficult problem
    11. enigma : difficult to understand
    13. flummox : perplex, bewildering

    Well, some are clear..

    1. cogent : clear and persuasive
    2. lucid : transparently clear
    3. elaborate : richness in detail
    4. pellucid : easily understood, clear

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    17. not just Smart

    A smart girl leaves..

    1. prolific : intellectually productive
    2. esoteric : understandable by few
    3. arcane : understandable by a few
    4. genteel : marked by refinement in taste
    5. urbane : high degree of refinement
    6. savvy : perceptive understanding
    7. cerebral : involving intelligence
    8. ingenuity : clever, original, inventive
    9. sagacious : wise or shrewd
    10. erudite : showing profound knowledge
    11. debonair : sophisticated charm
    12. savant : learned scholar
    13. perspicacious : insights into things

    not so Smart

    1. imprudent : not wise
    2. provincial : limited perspective
    3. vacuous : devoid of intelligence

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    18. the Future is known

    To see what the future holds..

    1. prescience : power to foresee future
    2. apprehension : fearful expectation
    3. clairvoyant : future predictor
    4. unprecedented : not known before
    5. premonition : forewarnign, presentiment
    6. presage : to foretell, indicate in advance
    7. adumbrate : to foresee the future
    8. augury : tell the future through powers
    9. prognostication : prophecy future events
    10. foreshadow : warning about a future event
    11. portentous : ominously prophetic
    12. presentiment : intuitive prophecy

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    19. What the..

    Some words mean anything..

    1. underwrite : provide financial support
    2. delineate : to represent or depict
    3. aboveboard : honest
    4. dissemble : to deceive, or disguise, pretend
    5. declaim : to speak pompously
    6. broadside : polemical
    7. disaffected : not satisfied
    8. affected : phony, pretentious
    9. contend : to assert
    10. conscript : enroll involuntarily in military
    11. disinterested : unpredjudiced, objective
    12. detached : disinterested
    13. dispassionate : disinterested, unbiased
    14. underscore : to give more importance
    15. distaff : female, maternal side
    16. document : to provide support
    17. stringent : strict, precise, exacting
    18. astringent : harsh, severe

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    20. to get things done

    How low can you lick?

    1. ingratiate : gain favor by effort
    2. obsequious : gain favor by servile attitude
    3. fawn : gain favor by excessive flattery
    4. blandishment : flattery for persuasion
    5. inveigle : to win over by flattery
    6. officious : too helpful, meddlesome
    7. toady: : flatterer, obsequious
    8. sycophant : obsequious for personal gain

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    21. a Song to sing

    Wine is bottled poetry..

    1. doggerel : poor verse
    2. soliloquy : unadressed speech
    3. denouement : the outcome of the plot
    4. compendium : brief comprehensive summary
    5. coda : concluding part of a play
    6. dirge : a funeral hymn
    7. elegy : poem expressing lamentation
    8. obsequy : funeral ceremony
    9. eulogy : a high praise of a deceased
    10. valedictory : pertaining to a farewell
    11. paean : a song of joy or triump
    12. travesty : exaggerated imitation, parody
    13. treatise : article on a subject
    14. staccato : marked by clear cut sounds
    15. timbre : peculiar sound of instrument
    16. expatiate : to speak/write at length
    17. screed : boring lengthy speech
    18. mellifluous : sweet sounding
    19. euphony : pleasing to the ear
    20. knell : sound of death bell
    21. exegesis : critique text
    22. litany : tedious recital
    23. prolix : tediously lengthy, repetition
    24. prologue : the introduction

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    22. Bored yet?

    People who worry about their hair, are..

    1. humdrum : boringly monotonous
    2. mundane : repetitive and boring
    3. blase : bored due to repeatedness
    4. insipid : lacking taste or interest
    5. vapid : tasteless, dull
    6. desiccate : lacking vitality

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    23. the mind is Narrow

    The orthodox pursuit..

    1. orthodox : narrow minded
    2. conformist : orthodox, not accepting change
    3. traditionalist : yielding to traditions
    4. doctrinaire : applying a doctrine rigidly
    5. patrochial : having a narrow outlook
    6. blinkered : patrochial, narrow minded
    7. intransigent : not willing to change views
    8. insularity : narrow mindedness
    9. dogmatic : stating opinions without proof
    10. myopic : lacking foresight or imagination
    11. pedestrian : lacking imagination
    12. liberal : tolerant, broad-minded, generous
    13. catholic : broad minded
    14. cosmopolitan : free from local views
    15. pedantic : showing off learning
    16. rationale : fundamental reason
    17. puritanical : strict, censorous moral attitude

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    24. Start early

    All great men had simple beginnings..

    1. neophyte : a begineer
    2. tyro : a begineer or novice
    3. noob : inexperienced
    4. fledgling : a novice, a beginner
    5. dilettante : done without seriousness
    6. dabbler : not deeply engaged in
    7. verdant : inexperienced, new

    and then they perfected..

    1. virtuoso : a master of an art
    2. consummate : showing skill and flair
    3. adroit : showing great skill

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    25. by the Law

    Authority makes a law..

    1. abjure : to reject formally
    2. fillibuster : block passage of a law
    3. gerrymander : constricting area for votes
    4. litigation : legal proceedings
    5. subpoena : legal order to appear in court
    6. suffrage : the right to vote
    7. enfranchise : give the right to vote
    8. theocracy : government ruled by priests
    9. plutocracy : government of wealthy
    10. transgression : act against law, offense
    11. usury : lending money at exorbitant rates
    12. implicate : indict for wrongdoing
    13. indict : formally accuse someone
    14. iniquity : injustice, wickedness, sin
    15. inquest : legal judicial inquiry
    16. insurrection : revolt against government
    17. flout : open disregard for rules
    18. dispensation : exemption from a rule