|Aver||1. To assert or affirm with confidence; declare in a positive or peremptory manner.||Declare, affirm, assert, avow, swear,|
|Pander||To act as a pander; cater basely: to pander to the vile tastes of vulgar persons. (As a noun, pander means ‘a person who caters to or profits from the weaknesses or vices of others’)||Gratify, Brownnose (to curry favor; behave obsequiously)|
|Beset||1. To attack on all sides; assail; harass: to be beset by enemies; beset by difficulties.|
2. To surround; hem in: a village beset on all sides by dense forest.
3. To set or place upon; bestud: a gold bracelet beset with jewels.
|Chevy, Chivy (1. to chase; run after 2.to harass; nag; torment), harass, harry, hassle, encircle, snowed down, beleaguered, weighed down, plagued, inundated|
|Adjure||Ask for or request earnestly||Beseech, conjure, entreat|
|Inure||1. To accustom to hardship, difficulty, pain, etc.; toughen or harden; habituate (usually fol. by to): inured to cold.|
2. To come into use; take or have effect.
|Enure, harden, habituate,|
|Inveigle||To entice, lure, or ensnare by flattery or artful talk or inducements (usually fol. by into): to inveigle a person into playing bridge.||Bait, seduce, charm, allure, coax, cajole, sweet talk, palaver, wheedle|
|Belie||1. to show to be false; contradict: His trembling hands belied his calm voice.|
2. to misrepresent: The newspaper belied the facts
|Give the lie to, misrepresent, pervert, gloss over|
|Disgorge||1. To eject or throw out from the throat, mouth, or stomach; vomit forth.|
2. To surrender or yield (something, esp. something illicitly obtained).
3. To discharge forcefully or as a result of force.
|Spew, eject, regurgitate, expel, throw up, Retch, Barf (Eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth)|
|Accost||1. To confront boldly: The beggar accosted me for money.|
2. (of prostitutes, procurers, etc.) to solicit for sexual purposes.
3. To approach, esp. with a greeting, question, or remark.
|Hail, greet, Buttonhole, solicit, confront, challenge|
|to emit vivid flashes of light; sparkle; scintillate; gleam.||Glister, scintillate, sparkle, shimmer, glisten, gleam|
|Satiate||1. To supply with anything to excess, so as to disgust or weary; surfeit.|
2. To satisfy to the full; sate.
|Overeat, overindulge, pig out, scarf out, gorge, glut, ingurgitate,|
Replete, Sate, surfeit,
|Incriminate||1. Suggest that someone is guilty|
2. Bring an accusation against; level a charge against
|Accuse, criminate, pin on, frame, Arraign (Accuse of a wrong or an inadequacy)|