(Adjective) insecure; uncertain
Precarious
(Noun) the act of returning something to its original condition
Restoration
(Verb) to examine carefully
Assess
(Adjective) doing a lot of damage
Devastating
(Verb) to weaken or fade
Dissipate
(Adjective) perplexed; puzzled
Confounded
(Verb) to put off
Defer
(Adjective) of doubtful or uncertain nature
Ambiguous
(Noun) estimation of the size, quality, or quantity of something
Assessment
(Noun) someone who specializes in and studies behavior
Behaviorist
(Noun) communication or activity involving two or more people or animals
Interaction
(Adjective) coming at the end of something; final
Ultimate
(Adjective) ineffective; not successful
Futile
(Verb) to gather
Glean
(Verb) to occur at the same time
Coincide
(Verb) to celebrate or show respect for someone or something
Commemorate
(Adverb) in a way that is suitable for the festival
Festively
(Verb) to begin or develop somewhere
Originate
(Verb) to repair or decorate
Renovate
(Verb) to rise above or go beyond
Transcend
(Adjective) too confident, especially in a way that is rude
Presumptuous
(Noun) severe mental or physical pain and suffering
Anguish
(Adjective) inspiring disgust and hatred
Abhorrent
(Adjective) endless or apparently endless
Interminable
(Noun) a dangerous or difficult situation
Plight
(Verb) to feel or express strong disapproval of something
Deplore
(Adjective) appealing but waiting to trap; producing a harmful effect that develops gradually
Insidious
(Noun) a person who opposes official policy, especially that of an authoritarian state
Dissident