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Contiguous things are in contact with or near each other; contiguous events happen one right after the other without a break.
Something that is inconspicuous does not attract attention and is not easily seen or noticed because it is small or ordinary.
Something innocuous is not likely to offend or harm anyone.
Something that is tortuous, such as a piece of writing, is long and complicated with many twists and turns in direction; a tortuous argument can be deceitful because it twists or turns the truth.
If you describe something as ambiguous, you mean that it is unclear or confusing because it can be understood in multiple ways.
An assiduous person works hard to ensure that something is done properly and completely.
Something that is vacuous is empty or blank, such as a mind or stare.
A tempestuous storm, temper, or crowd is violent, wild, and in an uproar.
Something that is sumptuous is impressive, grand, and very expensive.
An unctuous person acts in an overly deceptive manner that is obviously insincere because they want to convince you of something.
A tumultuous event or period of time is filled with great excitement, confusion, or violence; a tumultuous reaction to something is likewise very loud and noisy because people are happy and excited.
Someone who is impetuous does things quickly and rashly without thinking carefully first.
When you are presumptuous, you act improperly, rudely, or without respect, especially while attempting to do something that is not socially acceptable or that you are not qualified to do.
Something tenuous is thin, weak, and unconvincing.
Something that is sinuous is shaped or moves like a snake, having many smooth twists and turns that can often be highly graceful.
An exiguous amount of something is meager, small, or limited in nature.
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