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    62.Unpalatable

    Difficult to put up with or accept.

    Disagreeable, Unpleasant, Displeasing, Unattractive, Regrettable, Unwelcome, Upsetting, Distressing, Nasty, Horrible, Dreadful, Hateful, Distasteful, Offensive, Objectionable, Obnoxious, Repulsive, Repellent, Vile, Foul.

    "The unpalatable fact that many of the world's people are starving."

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    61.Tumultuous

    Making an uproar or loud, confused noise.

    Deafening, Thunderous, Thundering, Ear-shattering, Ear-splitting, Ear-piercing, Uproarious, Noisy, Clamorous, Vociferous.

    "Tumultuous applause."

    Excited, confused, or disorderly.

    Tempestuous, Stormy, Turbulent, Passionate, Intense, Explosive, Violent, Volatile, Exciting, Hectic, Chaotic, Confused, Disorderly, Unruly, Rowdy, Uncontrolled, Out of control, Unrestrained, Boisterous, Excited, Agitated, Restless, Wild, Hysterical, Frenzied, Rumbustious.

    "A tumultuous crowd."

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  • zealfille 17w

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    60.Unperturbed

    Not concerned.

    Untroubled, Undisturbed, Unworried, Unconcerned, Unmoved, Unflustered, Unshaken, Undismayed, Calm, Composed, Cool, Controlled, Unemotional, Serene, Tranquil, Placid, Unfazed, Laid-back,
    Self-possessed, Self-assured.

    "Kenneth seems unperturbed by the news."

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    59.Introspection

    The examination or observation of one's own mental and emotional processes.

    Self-analysis, Soul-searching, Heart-searching, Self-observation, Self-absorption, Introversion, Contemplation, Thoughtfulness, Thought, Thinking, Musing, Pondering, Reflection.

    "Quiet introspection can be extremely valuable."

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    58.Apprehension

    Anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen.

    Angst, Alarm, Worry, Uneasiness, Unease, Nervousness, Misgiving, Disquiet, Concern, Agitation, Restlessness, Nerves, Tension, Trepidation, Panic, Dread, Shock, Horror, Terror.

    "He felt sick with apprehension."
    "I had my inhibitions and apprehensions about this city."

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    57.Snarl

    (of an animal such as a dog) Make an aggressive growl with bared teeth.

    "The dog snarled at the boy."

    (of a person) Say something in an angry, bad-tempered voice.

    Bark, Snap, Growl, Fling, Lash out at.

    "I used to snarl at anyone I disliked."

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    56.Stupefying

    Making one unable to think or feel properly.

    "The game ends with a sense of stupefying boredom."
    "The white lights over my head were stupefying my brain."

    Astonishing and shocking.

    "Stupefying financial incompetence."

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    55.Zephyr

    A soft gentle breeze.

    "There was a sudden zephyr of bittersweet memories zipping me in a nostalgic coma as I boarded the flight."

    A fine cotton gingham.
    Gingham (lightweight plain-woven cotton cloth, typically checked in white and a bold colour)
    A very light article of clothing.

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    54.Belie

    (of an appearance) Fail to give a true impression of (something).

    Contradict, Disprove, Conceal, Cover, Disguise, Misrepresent, Falsify.
    Debunk (expose the falseness or hollowness of (an idea or belief))
    Discredit (cause (an idea or account) to seem false or unreliable)
    Controvert (deny the truth of something)
    Explode (show (a belief or theory) to be false or unfounded)
    Negative (prove to be untrue).

    "His lively, alert manner belied his years."

    Fail to fulfil or justify (a claim or expectation).

    "The quality of the music seems to belie the criticism."

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    53.Idyllic

    Like an idyll; extremely happy, peaceful, or picturesque.

    Perfect, Ideal, Idealized, Wonderful, Blissful, Happy, Heavenly, Paradisal, Peaceful, Rural, Rustic, Unspoiled.

    "I want to build an attractive hotel in an idyllic setting."

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