Atrophy
to waste away-to wear down, lose strength, or become weak, as from diuse, disease, or injury (said of the body part); to wither away
Deplore
to condemn-to feel or express disapproval of
Deprivation
a dificiency-lack of shortage of one or more basic necessities
Exacerbate
to make worse-to aggravate (a situation or condition); make more severe
Imperative
essential-necessary; urgent
Mitigate
to relieve-to make less severe or less intense; relieve
Objective
fair-not influenced by emotion or personal prejudice; based only on what can be observed
Panacea
a complete solution-something supposed to cure all diseases, evils, or difficulties; cure all
Unprecedented
unheard of -being the first instance of something; never having occurred before
Utilitarian 
practical-made or intended for practical use, stressing usefulness over beauty or other considerations
Decorum
proper conduct-correctness in behavior and manners; standards or conventions of socially acceptable behavior
espouse
to speak for -to support, argue for , or adopt (an idea or cause)
exhilaration
happiness-cheerfulness; high spirits
exorbitant
inconvenient-excessive, especially in amount, cost, or price; beyond what is resonable or appropriate
Extricate
to untangle-to free from a tangled situation or a difficulty
facilitate
to make possible-to make easier to do or to get
orthodox
traditional-following established, traditional rules or beliefs, especially in religion; following what is customary or commonly accepted
Rejuvenate
to give new life to -to make (someone) feel or seem young again; to make (something) seem fresh or new again
synchronize
to coordinate-to cause to occur at exactly the same time ; to cuase (clocks and watches) to agree in time
tenuous
shaky-having little sunstance or basic, weak , poorly supported
Disparity
a contrast-an inequality or difference as in ages or amounts
forestall
to keep from happening-to prevent or hinder by taking action beforehand
insidious
subtly harmfull-working or spreading harmfully but in a manner hard to notice; more harmful than is evident at first
insinuate
to hint-to suggest slyly
interrogate
to ask questions-to question formally and systematically
obsequious
overly eager to please-overly willing to serve, obey, or flatter in order to gain favor
omnipotent
all powerful-all poweful; having unlimited power or authority
opportune
appropriate-suitable (said of time) ; well timed
permeate
to penetrate-to flow or spread throughout something
retribution
a penalty-something given or done as repayment , reward, or usually punishment 
proficient
expert-skilled; highly competent
holistic
concerned with the whole-empasizing the whole and the interdependence of it’s parts rather than the parts separately
subversive
intended to destroy-acting or intending to undermine or overthrow something established
staunch
faithful-firm; loyal; strong in support
annihilate
to wipe out-to destroy completely; reduce to nothingness
vindicate
to prove innocent-to clear from blame or suspicion; justify or prove right
analogy
a comparison-a comparison between two things in order to clarify or dramatize a point
emanate
to come out-to flow or come out from a source ; come forth
placebo
a fake medicine-a substance which contains no medicine
criterion
a standard-a standard by which something is or can be judged