- audacious - Willing to take risks; daring.
- confiscate - To seize, by force if necessary; to take possession of.
- conscientious - Thorough; careful.
- depict - To give a picture of; to describe.
- embark - To go on board a ship or airplane at the start of a voyage.
- inkling - A slight suspicion; a vague idea.
- lackadaisical - Showing little spirit or enthusiasm.
- mutiny - Deliberate refusal to obey orders given by those in command, especially by sailors.
- pilfer - To steal repeatedly small amounts or things that are of little value.
- profusion - A plentiful supply; a great or generous amount.
- prudent - Very careful; showing judgment and wisdom.
- rankle - To cause continuing anger or irritation.
- rebuke - To criticize strongly; to reprimand.
- serene - Calm and untroubled; peaceful.
- slovenly - Untidy; carelessly done.
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