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Usage

  • lavish

    Lavish praise, giving, or a meal is rich, plentiful, or very generous; it can sometimes border on being excessive.

  • squeamish

    If someone is squeamish, they are easily nauseated or shocked by things that are tolerated by most people; they can also be oversensitive.

  • boorish

    A person who is boorish is socially awkward because he is crude, unmannerly, uncultured, and coarse.

  • knavish

    A fellow who is knavish is dishonest, tricky, or untrustworthy.

  • devilish

    showing the cunning or ingenuity or wickedness typical of a devil

  • fiendish

    extremely evil or cruel

  • ghoulish

    suggesting the horror of death and decay

  • mulish

    unreasonably rigid in the face of argument or entreaty or attack

  • pettish

    easily irritated or annoyed

  • puckish

    naughtily or annoyingly playful

  • selfish

    concerned chiefly or only with yourself and your advantage to the exclusion of others

  • snobbish,

    characteristic of someone who blatantly ignores people whom they think inferior

  • waggish

    witty or joking

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