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ExculpateTo clear from a charge of guilt or fault; free from blame; vindicate.Absolve, pardon, vindicate, acquit, exonerate, Assoil (to atone for)
Deprecate1. To express earnest disapproval of.

2. To urge reasons against; protest against (a scheme, purpose, etc.).

3. To depreciate; belittle.

Depreciate, Vilipend, disesteem, frown on, pooh-pooh, deplore, condemn, criticize, belittle, pick at
CarpTo find fault or complain querulously or unreasonably; be niggling in criticizing; cavil: to carp at minor errors.Pick on, Pettifog (1. to bicker or quibble over trifles or unimportant matters., 2. to practice chicanery of any sort.), Quibble (to equivocate), fuss at, nag, grouse, cavil, Nitpick (to be excessively concerned with or critical of inconsequential details.)
ScoutExplore, often with the goal of finding something or somebodyReconnoiter
Extolto praise highly; laud; eulogize: to extol the beauty of Naples.Praise, glorify, eulogize, magnify
Aggrandize1. To widen in scope; increase in size or intensity; enlarge; extend.

2. To make great or greater in power, wealth, rank, or honor.

lard, embellish, blow up, dramatize,
overstate, exaggerate, overdraw, hyperbolize, magnify, amplify, snowball, heighten, escalate
Cashier1. Discard or do away with

2. Discharge with dishonor, as in the army

Dismiss, discharge, terminate, cast off
ExtricateRelease from entanglement of difficultyUntangle, disentangle, disentangle
FilchMake off with belongings of otherspilfer, cabbage, purloin, pinch, abstract, snarf, swipe, hook, sneak, nobble, lift, steal


1. Make worse

2. Exasperate or irritate

Add insult to injury, vex, aggravate, make worse
Consummate1. To bring to a state of perfection; fulfill.

2. To complete (an arrangement, agreement, or the like) by a pledge or the signing of a contract: The company consummated its deal to buy a smaller firm.

3. To complete (the union of a marriage) by the first marital sexual intercourse.

Inimitable, carry through, accomplish, execute, carry out, action, fulfill
BadgerTo harass or urge persistently; pester; nag: I had to badger him into coming with us.tease, pester, bug, beleaguer
torment, rag
Ferret1. Hound or harry relentlessly

2. Hunt with ferrets (a domesticated, usually red-eyed, and albinic variety of the polecat, used in Europe for driving rabbits and rats from their burrows.)

3. Search and discover through persistent investigation

hound, hunt, trace
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