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auspicious
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conflate
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Interesting fact: the word conflate stems from the Latin word conflare which means "to put together."

truculent
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Interesting fact: the word truculent stems from the Latin word trux which means "fierce or wild."

tortuous
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Interesting fact: the word tortuous stems form the Latin word tortus which means "twisting or winding."

apotheosis
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Interesting fact: the word apotheosis stems from the Greek word apotheoun which means "to deify."

languish
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Interesting fact: the word languish stems from the Latin word languere which means "to be tired, to wilt, to be unwell."

panacea
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rollick
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Interesting fact: rollick, first used in the early 19th century, might be a blend of "romp" and "frolic."

diapason
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strepitous
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Interesting fact: the word strepitous stems from the Latin word strepitus which means "noise."

converse
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Interesting fact: the word converse stems from the Latin word conversari which means "to keep company with."