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The con artist was so _____ that he most often left his victims feeling pleased that they had given him their money.
Although the book reveals some surprising information about the sharp-eyed Secret- Service employees, most people already know that such people are far more _____ than the average citizen.
The _____ at the gala was not conducive to enjoyment; the presence of many direct political rivals filled the air with tension.
It is generally assumed to be _____ to increase taxes on the middle class without a proportional increase on the taxes of the upper class as well.
It is difficult to provide _____ proof for the existence of ghosts and other spiritual beings that remain unseen by the majority of the population.
The politician insisted that he did not seek to enrich himself during the campaign, but the ethics committee concluded that he was motivated by _____.
The calamitous event transformed the once unspoiled seascape into the very embodiment of _____.
The companys new president immediately embarked upon a strategy of reorganization, but informed investors that these steps, while the most _____ and therefore undertaken first, would be among many required to turn the company around.
Concerned about being assigned the job of analyzing a poem which might be esoteric in meaning, Erika was delighted to be given instead Roethkes "The Waking," the _____ of which she embraced.
To highlight Albert Einsteins image as a _____ scholar, there is an exaggerated tale floating around that his request to shut a window was the first sentence he had uttered in five years.
Concerned about the noxious effects of pesticides on local rivers, Tess petitioned her local farmers to employ _____ amount of the repellent.
Despite his lack of education and somewhat obtuse demeanor, the night watchman was relied upon by many for his _____ advice on matters of love and romance.
Due to the transient nature of her career, Emily could not guarantee that she would get an immutable paycheck every two weeks, and therefore warned her husband that he would need to _____ overtime work from his supervisors.
Throughout the mid-2000s, many corporations viewed internet applications such as personal email and social media as detractors from productivity; however, most businesses have now embraced the power of these applications not only to _____ productivity, but also further their brands in the marketplace.
Darryl argued that the poets latest volume was ultimately _____, containing no new ideas, indeed nothing but overt drivel.
In Jay Gatsby, Fitzgerald has created a conundrum of a character: as he grows progressively more flagrant in his spending and his lifestyle, Gatsby also becomes progressively more charming such that readers are forced to simultaneously admire and abhor his _____.
Animated and _____ by the ideals of the Enlightenment, the political unrest that began the French Revolution eventually erupted into anarchy.
A good editor must be able to quickly _____ excellent submissions from a pile of dross, distinguishing the best offerings from the worst in an efficient manner.
In her recent book Palmeriste: A Biography, Sklar argues that Palmeriste was a connoisseur of many things, rather than a dilettante; Brand believes this is a _____ distinction, obscuring the more relevant question of where exactly he got all of his money.
Because political theorists often rely on jargon, their writing sometimes seems _____ to the general public, who cannot understand a word of it.

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