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  • dis·in·gen·u·ous/ˌdisinˈjenyo͞oəs/ Adjective: Not candid or sincere, typically by pretending that one knows less about something than one really does. Synonyms: insincere - false - devious - hollow-hearted
  • e·gre·gious/iˈgrējəs/ Adjective: Outstandingly bad; shocking. Remarkably good. Synonyms: outrageous
  • es·chew/esˈCHo͞o/ Verb: Deliberately avoid using; abstain from: "he appealed to the crowd to eschew violence". Synonyms: avoid - shun - evade - dodge - forbear - elude - shirk
  • in·cred·u·lous/inˈkrejələs/ Adjective: (of a person or their manner) Unwilling or unable to believe something: "an incredulous gasp". Synonyms: mistrustful - unbelieving - sceptical - distrustful
  • scruples3rd person singular present, plural of scru·ple Noun: A feeling of doubt or hesitation with regard to the morality or propriety of a course of action. Verb: Hesitate or be reluctant to do something that one thinks may be wrong.
  • trite/trīt/ Adjective: (of a remark, opinion, or idea) Overused and consequently of little import; lacking originality or freshness. Synonyms: hackneyed - banal - commonplace - trivial - threadbare
  • tor·por/ˈtôrpər/ Noun: A state of physical or mental inactivity; lethargy. Synonyms: torpidity - numbness - stupor - lethargy - apathy