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1.
Dilatory
dil·a·to·ry
adjective
slow to act.
intended to cause delay.
not on time.
2.
Nebulous
neb·u·lous
adjective
in the form of a cloud or haze; hazy.
faint, shadowy, obscure, formless, amorphous
(of a concept or idea) unclear, vague, or ill-defined.

3.
Evanescent
ev·a·nes·cent
adjective
soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing.
vanishing.
light and airy.

4.
Avarice
av·a·rice
noun
extreme greed for wealth or material gain.
a greedy desire.

5.
Anathema
anath·e·ma
noun
a person or thing detested or loathed.
a person or thing accursed.
any imprecation of divine punishment.
a curse; execration.
someone or something that is very strongly disliked.

6.
Culpable
cul·pa·ble
adjective
deserving blame.
worthy of condemnation

7.
Equivocate
e·quiv·o·cate
verb
use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.
hesitate, stall, hem and haw;
to be deliberately vague or ambiguous.
to speak or act in a way that allows more than one interpretation.

8.
Penury
pen·u·ry
noun
extreme poverty; destitution.
bareness or insufficiency.

9.
Resuscitate
re·sus·ci·tate
verb
revive (someone) from unconsciousness or apparent death.
make (something such as an idea or enterprise) active or vigorous again.
to revive or bring back to consciousness or existence.

10.
Slovenly
slov·en·ly
adjective
(especially of a person or their appearance) messy and dirty.
(especially of a person or action) careless; excessively casual.
untidy, dirty or careless.

Come back next week for more words!
Madi ❤

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