inclined to, abounding in
Someone who is contumacious is purposely stubborn, contrary, or disobedient.
A mendacious person does not tell the truth.
A voracious person has a strong desire to want a lot of something, especially food.
Someone who is loquacious talks too much.
If you describe a person's behavior as rapacious, you disapprove of them because they always want more money, goods, or possessions than they really need.
Someone who is pertinacious is determined to continue doing something rather than giving up—even when it gets very difficult.
Something that is capacious has a lot of space and can contain a lot of things.
If someone is described as vivacious, they are lively and have a happy, lighthearted manner.
A tenacious person does not quit until they finish what they've started.
To act in a pugnacious manner is to act in a combative and aggressive way.
containing or based on a fallacy
habitually speaking the truth
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