recalcitrant

[rih-KAL-sih-truhnt]

adjective

Stubbornly resistant to and defiant of authority or restraint.

Her recalcitrant chimp, Barry, attacked a woman and chewed her fucking face off.

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opprobrium

/əˈproʊbriəm/

noun

1 disgrace. 2 infamy. 3 reproach mingled with contempt…

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certitude

/ˈsɜrtɪˌtud/

noun

1 freedom from doubt. 2 assurance. 3 certainty.

Congressman Anthony Weiner “couldn’t say with certitude” that the picture of an engorged cock tweeted by his account was a picture of his cock…

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hermitage

/ˈhɜrmɪtɪdʒ/

noun

1 the habitation of a hermit. 2 a secluded residence…

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quandary

[KWAHN-duh-ree]

noun

A state of difficulty, perplexity, doubt, or uncertainty.

It’d have been less of a quandary if it weren’t for the fact that I was stark naked, and had vomited all over my iPhone.

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perforce

[pur-FORS]

adverb

By necessity; by force of circumstance.

I’m not one for a God damned horror movie, but by the time the third act of The Human Centipede rolls around you’ll perforce cover your eyes and cry like a girl.

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mellow

/ˈmɛloʊ/

adjective

1 a well matured. b softened by years…

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