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Pronunciation:

[ɛkskjˈuːs], [ɛkskjˈuːs], [ɛ_k_s_k_j_ˈuː_s]
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Synonyms for Excuse:

answer (noun) dismissal (noun) plea (noun) pretext (noun) response (noun) acquit (verb) dismiss (verb) forgive (verb) plead (verb) pleading (verb) vindicate (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Excuse:

  • exscuse,
  • ascuse,
  • exqusite,
  • exoense,
  • execuses,
  • excussive,
  • exrise,
  • exexute,
  • excluse,
  • exuces,
  • exclusie,
  • excersie,
  • ecusses,
  • excees,
  • excuesd,
  • excus,
  • excuste,
  • exclusuve,
  • exicise,
  • excerce,
  • exuese,
  • excuese,
  • excusses,
  • exscus,
  • excss,
  • extacsy,
  • exscue,
  • excouse,
  • excusme,
  • accces,
  • excuisit,
  • exucute,
  • exquiste,
  • excually,
  • exclusvie,
  • exucse,
  • becausxe,
  • bexcause,
  • excsit,
  • exqisit,
  • exctasy,
  • excuisite,
  • excued,
  • excorsice,
  • excusal,
  • excuseme,
  • exicure,
  • exercse,
  • exuses,
  • exccel,
  • exercose,
  • expouse,
  • agencues,
  • exquised,
  • excursize,
  • escuse,
  • exucuse,
  • exquse,
  • exerise,
  • exercuse,
  • exersixe,
  • excusess,
  • exqiusite,
  • foxcase,
  • exwife,
  • exclusely,
  • excuslive,
  • ecuse,
  • exquist,
  • excurse,
  • exersie,
  • excuces,
  • excurson,
  • excorism,
  • exquiside,
  • exicute,
  • excrow,
  • exauggst,
  • excutes,
  • exicutes,
  • ecscrow,
  • exscape,
  • exhaus,
  • exquistie,
  • exscues,
  • excluisve,
  • excale,
  • excerse,
  • excusive,
  • ecuses,
  • exierise,
  • execused,
  • axcious,
  • excuise,
  • exces,
  • exculy,
  • exchages,
  • exise,
  • excuce,
  • excucess,
  • excuss,
  • excaspe,
  • excause,
  • eccuse,
  • exsacpe,
  • excams,
  • exczema,
  • excapes,
  • excorsize,
  • execuse,
  • excuete,
  • exusse,
  • unexcuse,
  • excute,
  • exixst,
  • excusse,
  • anxicous,
  • exiquisite,
  • excualy,
  • exsus,
  • excusee,
  • bexcuase,
  • excues,
  • excuess,
  • exerize,
  • exccuse,
  • exceise,
  • excast,
  • exacutes,
  • excirse,
  • excape,
  • exuce,
  • exuse,
  • exscuize,
  • exclues,
  • excced,
  • exquite,
  • exsues,
  • execrise,
  • exacully,
  • exquiset,
  • excssive,
  • excudes,
  • exsizie,
  • excure,
  • excussed,
  • excces,
  • exericse,
  • excastly,
  • excse,
  • excue,
  • excorsim,
  • exicse,
  • aksjfj,
  • exquses,
  • exense,
  • excrise,
  • excude,
  • exellecy,
  • exsise,
  • exxom,
  • excuseing,
  • exquisate,
  • exclusiv,
  • excahge,
  • exhause,
  • excisi,
  • execcive,
  • exacour,
  • exxtra,
  • exsuse,
  • excueses,
  • exerisie,
  • excusite,
  • exercsie,
  • excries,
  • exqusit,
  • exclusif,
  • excasty,
  • exchuse,
  • exerisce,
  • exsuce,
  • excceed,
  • excaused,
  • excussing,
  • exgist,
  • excese,
  • excaps,
  • excnahge,
  • exsucse,
  • exusus,
  • exxecute,
  • exectues,
  • execuive,
  • exquiest,
  • exquise,
  • exquisette,
  • lexcus.

Rhymes for Excuse:

  1. queues, spews, juice, truce, blues, reviews, seduce, brews, shrews, transfuse, use, ruse, suffuse, luce, views, profuse, cruise, goose, sues, stews, fuse, ooze, snooze, obtuse, booze, reduce, pursues, choose, bruce, cues, muse, moos, ensues, shoes, reuse, recluse, bruise, hughes, moose, enthuse, loos, renews, spruce, misuse, twos, zeus, schmooze, news, defuse, sluice, lose, confuse, disuse, glues, loose, noose, canoes, hues, infuse, woos, mews, deuce, refuse, mousse, induce, peruse, produce, screws, pews, coos, meuse;
  2. adduce, abuse, caboose, diffuse, accrues, deduce, amuse, abstruse, accuse, bemuse;
  3. reproduce, introduce, overuse, disabuse, kangaroos;
  4. reintroduce;

Quotes for Excuse:

  1. I am favor of cutting taxes under any circumstances and for any excuse for any reason, whenever it's possible. Milton Friedman.
  2. To me, a sex scene in a movie generally means a gratuitous scene that doesn't serve the story but gives a kind of excuse we've got these two actors, we want to see them naked, so let's bring in the music and the soft light. Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
  3. We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse Rudyard Kipling.

Idioms of Excuse:

  1. use as an excuse
  2. Ignorance ( of the law) is no excuse ( for breaking it).;
  3. excuse/ pardon my French!;

Adjectives for Excuse:

  • tiny, seedy,
  • same ironclad,
  • fairly quaint,
  • vain, self-serving,
  • polite, face-saving,
  • lame, transparent,
  • splendidly ethical,
  • uncompromising, poor,
  • handy, irrational,
  • all-purpose good,
  • awesomely poor,
  • religiously acceptable,
  • classic evasive,
  • miserable half-grown,
  • lousy contemptible,
  • ideal,
  • rapacious, fly-by-night,
  • convenient nor convincing,
  • lofty goal,
  • weak, horrible,
  • spineless, silliest,
  • unshaved, miserable,
  • rather hokey,
  • neat rational,
  • nice valid,
  • frigid, dried-up,
  • mad, irregular,
  • cramped, drafty,
  • incompetent, stupid,
  • admirable and plausible,
  • cryptic and peculiar,
  • official, nonmedical,
  • greedy, self-important,
  • possible last-ditch,
  • great rationalized,
  • vague, unbelievable,
  • cliched feeble,
  • completely unexplainable,
  • hollow, token,
  • pathetically irresponsible,
  • palpably lame,
  • divine, all-purpose,
  • mournful, bedraggled,
  • infuriating, teasing,
  • gentle, unintelligible,
  • treacherous and fatuous,
  • logical, magnificent and convincing,
  • respectable and sufficient,
  • sufficient and plausible,
  • chief reasonable,
  • new but necessarily trivial,
  • new and heretofore unheard-of,
  • timeworn native,
  • typewritten official,
  • abundant and unsuspected,
  • sufficient and unsuspected,
  • real gastric,
  • functional or pathologic,
  • tangible cardiac,
  • slender frivolous,
  • more highfalutin,
  • sufficient and legal,
  • futile and childish,
  • wholly plausible,
  • good or real,
  • solid beautiful,
  • perfect and honorable,
  • reasonably passable,
  • bloody weak,
  • horrid, lame,
  • pathetic bloody,
  • your cheap,
  • necessarily trivial,
  • absolutely incontestable,
  • sweet apologetic,
  • miserable misbegotten,
  • best apologetic,
  • arrogant, incompetent,
  • somewhat legitimate,
  • sad, rusty,
  • good, legal,
  • magnificent and convincing,
  • heretofore unheard-of,
  • main technical,
  • mostly legal,
  • totally unbelievable,
  • easy and excellent,
  • crazy, sick,
  • usual feeble,
  • entirely plausible,
  • however sufficient,
  • good reasonable,
  • final and unanswerable,
  • ready and convenient,
  • paltry, miserable,
  • dirty, disreputable,
  • readily understandable,
  • particular nasty,
  • quick, apologetic,
  • good legitimate,
  • fair and sufficient,
  • good convenient,
  • poor, shallow,
  • stubborn, angry,
  • often drunken,
  • other slimy,
  • poor and pitiful,
  • wet and miserable,
  • apparently sufficient,
  • rather slippery,
  • weak, miserable,
  • slight technical,
  • pietistical,
  • incomparably less,
  • other feeble,
  • fairly plausible,
  • equally miserable,
  • perfectly plausible,
  • méneval,
  • long-considered,
  • cold, sterile,
  • sad, pathetic,
  • mighty thin,
  • rather miserable,
  • nonmedical,
  • least reasonable,
  • almost sufficient,
  • wispy little,
  • extremely weak,
  • such laudable,
  • barely coherent,
  • cold, miserable,
  • precious poor,
  • least suspicious,
  • same pathetic,
  • thy miserable,
  • catch-all,
  • good and pleasant,
  • good legal,
  • less drastic,
  • damn poor,
  • less artistic,
  • other decent,
  • unshaved,
  • lame old,
  • cliched,
  • highly improbable,
  • sorrier,
  • fast-talking,
  • highfalutin,
  • rationalized,
  • unoriginal,
  • perfectly adequate,
  • formulaic,
  • darn good,
  • extremely useful,
  • more compelling,
  • more useless,
  • rather ordinary,
  • other convenient,
  • sorry little,
  • hokey,
  • fly-by-night,
  • egal,
  • earliest possible,
  • pseudo-scientific,
  • other medical,
  • perfectly respectable,
  • petal,
  • dumbest,
  • backhanded,
  • damned fine,
  • same natural,
  • last-ditch,
  • just sufficient,
  • scrappy,
  • corny,
  • demonstrable,
  • likeliest,
  • drafty,
  • mannered,
  • more worthy,
  • unexplainable,
  • gastric,
  • mendacious,
  • baal,
  • purported,
  • nastiest,
  • more little,
  • world-class,
  • own poor,
  • arterial,
  • self-serving,
  • natured,
  • cataclysmic,
  • inexcusable,
  • motherless,
  • goal,
  • unprecedented but authentic,
  • plausibly respectable,
  • lame and insufficient,
  • single worth-while,
  • chief genuine,
  • equally ancient and honorable,
  • almost valid,
  • maddening, infuriating,
  • lame and illogical,
  • monstrous and everlasting,
  • transparent and foolish,
  • flimsy, paltry,
  • arbitrary and almost burlesque,
  • principal and most reasonable,
  • unsatisfactory and illogical,
  • somewhat unsatisfactory and illogical,
  • flippant, inconsequential,
  • sole and poor,
  • earliest and most plausible,
  • politely plausible,
  • sufficient but rather unexpected,
  • apparent valid,
  • desperate and far-fetched,
  • reasonable or reputable,
  • good, ready-made,
  • bald and blind,
  • perfectly reasonable and innocent,
  • plausible and bucolical,
  • great and poetic,
  • falsely delicate,
  • ready and unanswerable,
  • genuine and worth-while,
  • pitiable and often childish,
  • excellent and very plausible,
  • superfluous and absurd,
  • historic or philological,
  • incoherent and decidedly lame,
  • fourth different,
  • hackneyed and convincing,
  • plausible or decent,
  • faintest valid,
  • wrong, ample,
  • absurdly lame,
  • flimsy but pathetic,
  • poor or insufficient,
  • further, legitimate,
  • usually insincere,
  • artful verbal,
  • tolerably legitimate,
  • miserable goddam,
  • pleasantly boring,
  • sudden, obvious,
  • plausible public,
  • infamously false,
  • convenient feminine,
  • appallingly inadequate,
  • least contemptible,
  • assuredly ample,
  • single, self-evident,
  • reasonable and innocent,
  • usually rational,
  • conspicuously inadequate,
  • new flimsy,
  • handsome and sufficient,
  • decidedly lame,
  • other feigned,
  • false and disingenuous,
  • immediate and better,
  • mere feigned,
  • transparently feeble,
  • self-righteous, pompous,
  • marvellously convenient,
  • fresh and valid,
  • flat, spiritless,
  • frail, shallow,
  • less specious,
  • poor and false,
  • reasonable possible,
  • hasty and inadequate,
  • possible proper,
  • halfway plausible,
  • convenient and plausible,
  • pathetically poor,
  • valid medical,
  • mere specious,
  • poor and lame,
  • perfectly believable,
  • brief, contemptuous,
  • less gratuitous,
  • sole but sufficient,
  • almost burlesque,
  • valid military,
  • civil, quiet,
  • mere plausible,
  • real and good,
  • ready and strong,
  • singularly inadequate,
  • adequate practical,
  • definite and legitimate,
  • plain and reasonable,
  • obvious and sensible,
  • logical and reasonable,
  • ever less and less,
  • grand, final,
  • often childish,
  • less insidious,
  • darn poor,
  • vague and dangerous,
  • apparently plausible,
  • easy and good,
  • remotely plausible,
  • good and legitimate,
  • less artless,
  • obvious historical,
  • false and shallow,
  • mere pitiful,
  • less sufficient,
  • seemingly fair,
  • job-hunting,
  • vile, despicable,
  • familiar feminine,
  • seemingly reasonable,
  • other palpable,
  • mere hypocritical,
  • bucolical,
  • totally unacceptable,
  • other flimsy,
  • pitiful small,
  • apparently logical,
  • less economic,
  • equally reasonable,
  • comparatively decent,
  • least much,
  • apparently reasonable,
  • equally convenient,
  • somewhat lame,
  • other lame,
  • loyal and honorable,
  • simple and definite,
  • other paltry,
  • certainly sufficient,
  • little initial,
  • fairest possible,
  • terribly poor,
  • single available,
  • somewhat inadequate,
  • smallest visible,
  • simple and satisfactory,
  • frail and feeble,
  • barest possible,
  • big splendid,
  • perfectly unnecessary,
  • deal worse,
  • rather breathless,
  • rather ingenious,
  • least considerable,
  • somewhat unsatisfactory,
  • possible moral,
  • rustic little,
  • ridiculously inadequate,
  • good and lawful,
  • good, decent,
  • ordinary feminine,
  • old threadbare,
  • less or more,
  • fair and good,
  • transparent little,
  • ever less,
  • vain and idle,
  • wretched, miserable,
  • less legitimate,
  • rather pitiful,
  • such humiliating,
  • always sufficient,
  • poor, pitiful,
  • almost incoherent,
  • usual feminine,
  • certainly less,
  • rather unexpected,
  • more barren,
  • other imaginable,
  • old lame,
  • more disgraceful,
  • perfectly fine,
  • off-the-cuff,
  • other foolish,
  • perfectly obvious,
  • good public,
  • same faint,
  • daring little,
  • least more,
  • best and kindest,
  • wholly inadequate,
  • more feeble,
  • equally ancient,
  • little special,
  • such cheap,
  • less conventional,
  • easy and natural,
  • such clumsy,
  • thy false,
  • rather surprising,
  • mighty small,
  • good political,
  • tolerable good,
  • single solitary,
  • stubby little,
  • perfectly legal,
  • such loving,
  • useless little,
  • pathologic,
  • less real,
  • deal less,
  • rather clumsy,
  • simple, natural,
  • more ingenious,
  • rather pathetic,
  • such vain,
  • frailest,
  • such feeble,
  • ancient and honorable,
  • more moral,
  • more logical,
  • somewhat singular,
  • more decent,
  • poor, miserable,
  • more imaginative,
  • screwball,
  • well-rehearsed,
  • less agreeable,
  • more welcome,
  • ever ready,
  • plenary,
  • same dull,
  • dim-witted,
  • more heroic,
  • little flat,
  • last possible,
  • anarchical,
  • landlocked,
  • damn fine,
  • same good,
  • underhanded,
  • still stronger,
  • good, solid,
  • more promising,
  • more mundane,
  • silliest,
  • halfhearted,
  • borderline,
  • much real,
  • rock-hard,
  • self-evident,
  • high-sounding,
  • good-night,
  • compatible,
  • more respectable,
  • beautiful new,
  • feeblest,
  • more usual,
  • presentable,
  • unassailable,
  • good or bad,
  • overweening,
  • jocose,
  • ornery,
  • stupidest,
  • unacceptable,
  • such excellent,
  • adventitious,
  • unimpeachable,
  • run-down,
  • spiritless,
  • more obvious,
  • more suitable,
  • fallacious,
  • nonchalant,
  • oft-repeated,
  • worthier,
  • plainer,
  • philological,
  • longed-for,
  • inconsequential,
  • articulate,
  • rueful,
  • precious little,
  • materialistic,
  • indisputable,
  • flippant,
  • deal more,
  • greatest possible,
  • somewhat similar,
  • time-honored,
  • voluble,
  • horrendous,
  • such little,
  • timorous,
  • benighted,
  • inane,
  • extraneous,
  • curt,
  • tacit,
  • pained,
  • last-minute,
  • burlesque,
  • magnanimous,
  • culinary,
  • more dangerous,
  • inarticulate,
  • good, believable,
  • transparently fake,
  • religiously justifiable,
  • good, rock-hard,
  • vile, hideous,
  • scrawny, underhanded,
  • single, valid,
  • easy and true,
  • little halfhearted,
  • poor landlocked,
  • nice off-the-cuff,
  • evil and lazy,
  • wonderful ready-made,
  • strange, extraneous,
  • slight, new,
  • believable public,
  • colorful and acceptable,
  • expedient, makeshift,
  • requisite native,
  • legal or otherwise good,
  • legitimate or romantic,
  • god-forsaken, hopeless,
  • often-repeated and lame,
  • ancient and frayed,
  • specious and ready,
  • lamentably feeble,
  • windswept and barren,
  • lawful or reasonable,
  • nominal religious,
  • fair and genuine,
  • goddamned liberal,
  • poor and shallow,
  • wretched miserable,
  • tolerably thin,
  • new and plausible,
  • ample and full,
  • more unanswerable,
  • easy, offhand,
  • easy and constant,
  • somewhat plausible,
  • ample and sufficient,
  • other sorry,
  • less tactful,
  • rather flimsy,
  • sole and sufficient,
  • obviously false,
  • good personal,
  • equally false,
  • enny more,
  • own pathetic,
  • perfectly decent,
  • scarcely audible,
  • perfectly acceptable,
  • other reasonable,
  • same poor,
  • such reasonable,
  • real, genuine,
  • same eternal,
  • halfway decent,
  • almost invariable,
  • often-repeated,
  • legalistic,
  • more acceptable,
  • last sad,
  • implausible,
  • phoney,
  • less obvious,
  • flip,
  • more urgent,
  • gangling,
  • well-founded,
  • sophistical,
  • overblown,
  • no-good,
  • god-forsaken,
  • expedient,
  • epicurean,
  • low-class,
  • groundless,
  • offhand,
  • weirdest,
  • made-up,
  • damned good,
  • half-baked,
  • self-righteous,
  • infuriating,
  • windswept,
  • trite,
  • hygienic,
  • thinnest,
  • miserable little,
  • half-hearted,
  • laudable,
  • fatuous,
  • impregnable,
  • bashful,
  • erroneous,
  • bedraggled,
  • age-old,
  • apt,
  • unfathomable,
  • sulky,
  • truthful,
  • ramshackle,
  • gratuitous,
  • frayed,
  • bogus,
  • plentiful,
  • unbelievable,
  • fiendish,
  • audible,
  • humiliating,
  • sarcastic,
  • vain, false,
  • awfully convenient,
  • popular superficial,
  • sudden absurd,
  • wholly benevolent,
  • same plausible,
  • morally acceptable,
  • weak, pathetic,
  • other plausible,
  • equally plausible,
  • less reasonable,
  • less plausible,
  • rather neat,
  • other trivial,
  • rather tiresome,
  • damned poor,
  • somewhat clumsy,
  • spur-of-the-moment,
  • devilish good,
  • certain legal,
  • obsolescent,
  • worth-while,
  • hare-brained,
  • least little,
  • disingenuous,
  • more genuine,
  • more reasonable,
  • own best,
  • misbegotten,
  • insincere,
  • overweight,
  • less and less,
  • briefest,
  • kindest,
  • praiseworthy,
  • paramount,
  • illogical,
  • carnival,
  • puerile,
  • nether,
  • old, old,
  • indecent,
  • pedantic,
  • scriptural,
  • immeasurable,
  • reputable,
  • messy,
  • unfailing,
  • avowed,
  • imaginable,
  • unspoken,
  • misshapen,
  • candid,
  • despicable,
  • indolent,
  • genteel,
  • fairest,
  • mindless,
  • flattering,
  • respectful,
  • unwelcome,
  • carnival, good,
  • tiresome and pedantic,
  • rather tiresome and pedantic,
  • strangely insolent,
  • shal nether,
  • convincing but meaningless,
  • essentially polish,
  • slimy and pathetic,
  • more smallest,
  • valid or adequate,
  • polite but spurious,
  • skinny, pathetic,
  • admittedly poor,
  • false economic,
  • sufficiently plausible,
  • perhaps sufficient,
  • thy sole,
  • sole possible,
  • criminological,
  • hardly sufficient,
  • sufficiently powerful,
  • rather thin,
  • timeworn,
  • such trivial,
  • handiest,
  • rather less,
  • self-important,
  • anticipatory,
  • mighty good,
  • half-witted,
  • other possible,
  • much-needed,
  • weakest,
  • unsatisfactory,
  • sloppy,
  • gnarled,
  • lumbering,
  • well-worn,
  • playful,
  • ready and plausible,
  • poor filthy,
  • fair and easy,
  • own sufficient,
  • perfectly valid,
  • mere idle,
  • irrefutable,
  • considerably less,
  • incontrovertible,
  • pitiful little,
  • brackish,
  • perfectly natural,
  • gooey,
  • conciliatory,
  • discernible,
  • lyrical,
  • apologetic,
  • more perfect,
  • overt,
  • pecuniary,
  • irritable,
  • poorer,
  • indistinct,
  • improbable,
  • plaintive,
  • squalid,
  • much better,
  • puny,
  • skinny,
  • poor and frivolous,
  • vague official,
  • mere lyrical,
  • spineless, ludicrous,
  • suitably plausible,
  • usual but trifling,
  • serious and decent,
  • same lame,
  • lame and impotent,
  • real poor,
  • extremely poor,
  • tenable,
  • perfectly reasonable,
  • more legitimate,
  • ironclad,
  • pathetic little,
  • clever little,
  • worst possible,
  • other good,
  • perfunctory,
  • phony,
  • charitable,
  • philosophic,
  • crafty,
  • obviously ridiculous,
  • own built-in,
  • socially acceptable,
  • spineless,
  • least possible,
  • credible,
  • barest,
  • stereotyped,
  • remotest,
  • intelligible,
  • impotent,
  • disgraceful,
  • artful,
  • fabulous,
  • frail,
  • vain and coy,
  • rather anemic,
  • more valid,
  • anemic,
  • all-purpose,
  • pitiable,
  • easiest,
  • threadbare,
  • little more,
  • colorful,
  • poor and short,
  • nice, innocent,
  • rather lame,
  • sorriest,
  • mighty poor,
  • understandable,
  • tactful,
  • chronological,
  • broken-down,
  • scarce,
  • futile,
  • awkward,
  • closet-sized,
  • lewd,
  • contemptible,
  • verbal,
  • seeming,
  • probable,
  • self-important ignorant,
  • frivolous and lewd,
  • thy vain,
  • foolproof,
  • feasible,
  • real good,
  • hypocritical,
  • spurious,
  • courteous,
  • tolerable,
  • insolent,
  • good-natured,
  • far-fetched,
  • hackneyed,
  • scrawny,
  • vile,
  • perhaps petulant,
  • more plausible,
  • perfectly legitimate,
  • bright red,
  • sane,
  • preliminary,
  • believable,
  • still less,
  • petulant,
  • passable,
  • tiniest,
  • fitting,
  • shabby,
  • sensible,
  • perpetual,
  • slightest possible,
  • feigned,
  • merest,
  • slimy,
  • same old,
  • disgusting,
  • ideal,
  • face-saving,
  • quite sufficient,
  • glib,
  • preposterous,
  • technical,
  • useless,
  • good and sufficient,
  • inaudible,
  • incoherent,
  • faintest,
  • feminine,
  • filthy,
  • best possible,
  • abundant,
  • economic,
  • ready-made,
  • insufficient,
  • tangible,
  • scant,
  • formal,
  • damn good,
  • unintelligible,
  • invariable,
  • poorest,
  • built-in,
  • commonplace,
  • worthy,
  • respectable,
  • simplest,
  • rotten,
  • oldest,
  • innocent,
  • coy,
  • unanswerable,
  • palpable,
  • additional,
  • considerable,
  • cheap,
  • inadequate,
  • thine,
  • favorite,
  • much more,
  • graceful,
  • ludicrous,
  • worst,
  • convincing,
  • available,
  • apparent,
  • idiotic,
  • faint,
  • quick,
  • partial,
  • capital,
  • honorable,
  • absurd,
  • idle,
  • foolish,
  • brief,
  • justifiable,
  • honest,
  • conceivable,
  • shallow,
  • admirable,
  • stupid,
  • far less,
  • immediate,
  • necessary,
  • conventional,
  • wretched,
  • civil,
  • principal,
  • viable,
  • clumsy,
  • ostensible,
  • ingenious,
  • proper,
  • logical,
  • much less,
  • lousy,
  • trifling,
  • trumped-up,
  • lawful,
  • satisfactory,
  • natural,
  • frivolous,
  • genuine,
  • clever,
  • sad,
  • similar,
  • transparent,
  • obvious,
  • ridiculous,
  • official,
  • vain,
  • hasty,
  • vague,
  • chief,
  • welcome,
  • handy,
  • easy,
  • bad,
  • specious,
  • rational,
  • suitable,
  • fresh,
  • thin,
  • smallest,
  • paltry,
  • false,
  • legal,
  • trivial,
  • weak,
  • slight,
  • pitiful,
  • usual,
  • polite,
  • adequate,
  • fine,
  • pathetic,
  • sole,
  • feeble,
  • ready,
  • acceptable,
  • flimsy,
  • decent,
  • sorry,
  • ample,
  • fair,
  • miserable,
  • mere,
  • convenient,
  • legitimate,
  • excellent,
  • least,
  • further,
  • lame,
  • perfect,
  • slightest,
  • less,
  • valid,
  • best,
  • possible,
  • reasonable,
  • poor,
  • plausible,
  • sufficient.
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