abject

Sunk to a low condition; down in spirit or hope; degraded.

That Michele Bachmann was a cunning congresswoman was not in doubt. However, it was clear to all but her most rabid supporters that a President Bachmann would quickly lead the United States to abject ruin…

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rebarbative

[ree-BAR-buh-tiv]

adj

Serving or tending to irritate or repel.

That goddamn sweater you bought is rebarbative and uncouth.

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expunge

[ik-SPUNJ]

trans

verb. To wipe out or destroy; to annihilate.

My shithead of a cousin managed to get his three DUIs and possession of a controlled substance expunged from his record.

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obtuse

[uhb-TOOS]

adj

Not quick or alert in perception, feeling, or intellect.

He thought I was too obtuse to realize that anal beads in a dishwasher mean something took place while I was on holiday.

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callous

/ˈkæləs/

adjective

1 hard, hardened. 2 a hardened in mind…

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euphonious

[yoo-FOH-nee-uhs]

adjective

Pleasing or sweet in sound; smooth-sounding.

As she neared climax she sounded euphonious, like a fucking choir of angels.

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mea culpa

/ˈmɛɑ ˈkʊlpɑ/

noun

My fault, due to my error; my bad.

“All right, mea culpa

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