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Alacrity (noun) speed or quickness; eagerness

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Alacrity (noun) speed or quickness; eagerness

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  1. Alacrity(noun) speed or quickness; eagerness

  2. Antithesis (noun) the direct or exact opposite

  3. Arbitrate (verb) to judge or decide in the matter so as to reconcile differences

  4. Baleful (adj.) portending evil; ominous

  5. Cache (noun) a hiding place used especially for storing provisions

  6. Caroused (verb) to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking

  7. Contrived (adj.) obviously planned or calculated; not spontaneous or natural

  8. Deluge (noun) something that overwhelms as if by a great flood

  9. Ethos (noun) the distinctive spirit of a culture or an era

  10. Extol (verb) to praise highly or exalt

  11. Exultant (adj.) marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant

  12. Fissure (noun) a long narrow opening; a crack or cleft

  13. Glutton (noun) a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess

  14. Inexorable (adj.) not capable of being persuaded by entreaty; relentless

  15. Keel (noun) the principle structural member of a ship, running lengthwise down the center from bow to stern

  16. Pinioned (verb) to restrain or immobilize by binding the arms

  17. Quell (verb) to put down forcible; suppress

  18. Reticence (noun) the state or quality of being reluctant; unwillingness

  19. Solace (noun) comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or distress; consolation

  20. Stalwart (adj.) having or marked by imposing physical strength

  21. Unavailing (adj.) ineffectual or useless; futile

  22. Vernacular (noun) the standard native language of a country or locality