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enigma-noun:'something that baffles understanding and cannot be
explained', 'a difficult problem'
apathy-noun:'an absence of emotion or enthusiasm', 'the trait of
lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally'
indifferent-'adjective:'marked by a lack of interest', 'showing no
care or concern in attitude or action', (usually followed by `to', 'or
indifferent', 'fairly poor to not very good', 'having only a limited
ability to react chemically; chemically inactive', 'marked by no
especial liking or dislike or preference for one thing over another',
'characterized by a lack of partiality', 'being neither good nor bad',
'neither too great nor too little''
revere-'noun:'American silversmith remembered for his midnight ride
(celebrated in a poem by Longfellow', '1735-1818', a lapel on a
woman's garment; turned back to show the reverse side', verb:'love
unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol',
'regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or
exalted or be in awe of'
candor-noun:'ability to make judgments free from discrimination or
dishonesty', 'the quality of being honest and straightforward in
attitude and speech'
reticent-adjective:'temperamentally disinclined to talk', 'cool and
formal in manner', 'reluctant to draw attention to yourself'
aesthetic-noun:'(philosophy', adjective:'relating to or dealing with
the subject of aesthetics', 'concerning or characterized by an
appreciation of beauty or good taste', 'aesthetically pleasing'
ascetic-noun:'someone who practices self denial as a spiritual
discipline', adjective:'pertaining to or characteristic of an ascetic
or the practice of rigorous self-discipline', 'practicing great selfdenial'