Construe: interpret (a word or action) in a particular way

Intrinsic: belonging naturally; essential

Reticent: not revealing one's thoughts or feelings readily

Cordial: warm and friendly

Quaint: attractively unusual or old-fashioned. "quaint country cottages"

Deft: neatly skillful and quick in one's movements

Inundate: overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with.

"we've been inundated with complaints from listeners"

Contend: struggle to surmount (a difficulty)."she had to contend with his uncertain temper"

Eccentric: (of a person or their behaviour) unconventional and slightly strange

"he noted her eccentric appearance"

Exuberant: full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness. "a noisy bunch of exuberant youngsters"

Equivocal: open to more than one interpretation; ambiguous. "the equivocal nature of her remarks"

Sumptuous: splendid and expensive-looking. "the banquet was a sumptuous, luxurious meal"

Audacious: showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks. "a series of audacious takeovers"

Preclude: prevent from happening; make impossible. "the secret nature of his work precluded official recognition" synonyms:          prevent

Refurbish: renovate and redecorate (something, especially a building). "the premises have been completely refurbished in our corporate style"

Boisterous: noisy, energetic, and cheerful. "a group of boisterous lads" synonyms: lively

Intransigent: unwilling or refusing to change one's views or to agree about something. "her father had tried persuasion, but she was intransigent" synonyms:     uncompromising, inflexible

Frugal: sparing or economical as regards money or food. "I'm a bit too frugal to splash out on designer clothes" synonyms: thrifty

Impetuous: acting or done quickly and without thought or care. "she might live to rue this impetuous decision" synonyms: impulsive

Thwart: prevent (someone) from accomplishing something. "he never did anything to thwart his father"

Pitfall: a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty. "the pitfalls of buying goods at public auctions" synonyms: hazard, danger, risk

Rife with: rife (with something) full of something bad or unpleasant “Los Angeles is rife with gossip about the stars' private lives”

Dreary: depressingly dull and bleak or repetitive. "the dreary round of working, eating, and trying to sleep" synonyms: dull

Grueling: extremely tiring and demanding. "a gruelling schedule" synonyms: exhausting

Versatile: able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities. "a versatile sewing machine" synonyms: adaptable, flexible

Vertiginous: extremely high or steep. "vertiginous drops to the valleys below" relating to or affected by vertigo

Contour: an outline representing or bounding the shape or form of something. "she traced the contours of his face with her finger" synonyms: outline, shape

Inception: the establishment or starting point of an institution or activity. "she has been on the board since its inception two years ago"

Lapse: a brief or temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement. "a lapse of concentration in the second set cost her the match" synonyms: failure

an interval or passage of time. "there was a considerable lapse of time between the two events"

Contemptuous: showing contempt; scornful. "she was intolerant and contemptuous of the majority of the human race"

Folly: lack of good sense; foolishness. "an act of sheer folly"

Incline: be favorably disposed towards or willing to do something. "he was inclined to accept the offer"

Dictum: a short statement that expresses a general truth or principle

Perturbation: anxiety; mental uneasiness. "she sensed her friend's perturbation"

Surge: (of a crowd or a natural force) move suddenly and powerfully forward or upward. "the journalists surged forward" synonyms: gush, rush

Constituent: being a part of a whole. "The constituent minerals of the rock" synonyms: component, integral

Decamp: leave a place suddenly or secretly. "now he has decamped to Hollywood"

Repeal: revoke or annul (a law or act of parliament). "the legislation was repealed five months later" synonyms: revoke, rescind, cancel

Venture: a risky or daring journey or undertaking. "pioneering ventures into little-known waters"

Orator: a public speaker, especially one who is eloquent or skilled. "a theatrically effective orator" synonyms: speaker

Ascetic: characterized by severe self-discipline and abstention from all forms of indulgence, typically for religious reasons

Panorama: an unbroken view of the whole region surrounding an observer. "the tower offers a wonderful panorama of Prague" synonyms: view, vista