• Acquire - To gain or obtain something through effort or experience.

  • Ambiguous - Having multiple possible meanings or interpretations.

  • Bolster - To support or strengthen.

  • Coherent - Logically or aesthetically ordered or integrated.

  • Deficient - Lacking in some essential quality or element.

  • Elaborate - To expand on or provide more details about something.

  • Facilitate - To make an action or process easier or more efficient.Garner - To gather or collect something, especially information or support.

  • Hinder - To create obstacles or difficulties for someone or something.

  • Impede - To delay or obstruct the progress or movement of something.

  • Jeopardize - To put something or someone at risk or in danger.

  • Lethargic - Lacking energy or enthusiasm; sluggish.

  • Mitigate - To make something less severe, serious, or painful.

  • Negate - To nullify or deny the existence or truth of something.

  • Objective - Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions; unbiased.

  • Pervasive - Present or spreading widely or throughout.

  • Quandary - A state of uncertainty or perplexity.

  • Reconcile - To restore friendly relations between individuals or groups.

  • Scrupulous - Diligent, thorough, and extremely attentive to details.

  • Tenuous - Weak, slender, or lacking substance or validity.

  • Ubiquitous - Present, appearing, or found everywhere.

  • Viable - Capable of working or functioning successfully.

  • Zealous - Enthusiastic, eager, or passionate about something.

  • Abundant - Existing or available in large quantities; plentiful.

  • Benign - Gentle, kind, or not harmful.

  • Complement - To complete or enhance something by adding to it.

  • Dearth - A scarcity or lack of something.

  • Eloquent - Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.

  • Fathom - To understand or comprehend (a difficult problem or idea).

  • Gracious - Courteous, kind, and pleasant, especially towards others.

  • Hypothetical - Based on or involving a suggested idea or theory.

  • Incite - To encourage, provoke, or stimulate into action.

  • Juxtapose - To place things side by side for comparison or contrast.

  • Lucid - Clear and easily understood; rational and sane.

  • Nuance - A subtle difference or distinction in meaning, expression, or sound.

  • Ostensible - Stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so.

  • Pragmatic - Dealing with things sensibly and realistically.

  • Quell - To put an end to or suppress (a feeling or uprising).

  • Resilient - Able to recover quickly from difficult conditions.

  • Scrutinize - To examine or inspect closely and thoroughly.

  • Trepidation - A feeling of fear or anxiety about something that may happen.

  • Unanimous - Fully in agreement or sharing the same opinion.

  • Validate - To confirm or prove the accuracy or validity of something.

  • Warrant - To justify or necessitate a particular course of action.

  • Yield - To produce or provide a result, gain, or advantage.

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