(P) expressive of affected, unwarranted, or exaggerated importance, worth, or stature
(U) existing or being everywhere at the same time; constantly encountered; widespread
(L) strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties
(C) contemptuously distrustful of human nature and motives
(A) having little or no interest or concern; indifferent
(C) an intricate and difficult problem
(A) conceding the fact that; even though; although
(A) capable of being understood in two or more possible senses or ways
(I) firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values; incorruptibility
(A or E) It's not that people don't know what these words mean; it's that they have trouble remembering which one does what. The simplest distinction here is that the first one is almost always a verb, and the second one is usually a noun.
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