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ardent
having intense or passionate feeling
cohesive
united, integrated, or unified
evoke
to call up or produce
obfuscate
to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy
predecessor
someone who precedes another in a position, office, etc.
belabor
to explain or work at something beyond what is necessary
eminent
high in station or rank
extraneous
not pertinent or relevant
obscure
unclear; hard to perceive or understand
satire
the use of ridicule in order to point out weaknesses