By Nicolo Machiavelli

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Fourthly: (adv) quaternarily. prosper: (v) advance, flower, thrive, grow, bloom, succeed, boom, get ahead, get on; (adj) luxuriate; (n, v) fare. ANTONYMS: (v) deteriorate, collapse, decrease, dwindle, decline. prospering: (adj) thriving, flourishing, booming, palmy, growing, earsplitting, deafening, auspicious, easy, comfortable, favourable. temporize: (v) procrastinate, tarry, circumvent, draw out, extend, temporise, hedge; (adj) gerrymander, double, intrigue, finesse. thirdly: (adv) third, tertiarily, in the third place, thrice.

Assisted: (adj) aided. avail: (n, v) advantage, assist, aid, profit, benefit, help; (adj, n) service; (n) good, assistance, utility; (v) do. ANTONYMS: (v) useless, hurt, hinder, harm; (n) inappropriateness. bestowed: (adj) presented, conferred, awarded, accurate. recollection: (n, v) mind; (n) reminiscence, recall, anamnesis, remembrance, recognition, memento, memorial, commemoration, memoir, retrospect. superfluous: (adj, v) spare; (adj) needless, extra, excess, excessive, unnecessary, surplus, pointless, superabundant, supernumerary, supererogatory.

ANTONYM: (v) deregulate. superior: (adj) dominant, exceptional, governed: (adj) subject; (n) citizenry; predominant, better, great, proud, (adv) under. arrogant, excellent, select, high; (adj, newly: (adv) freshly, recently, lately, n) elder. ANTONYMS: (adj, n) inferior, subscript; (adj) humble, new, late, novelly, unusedly, anew, fresh; (adj, adv) afresh; (adj) recent. worse, poor, adscript, junior, lesser, scarcely: (adv) narrowly, rarely, low; (n) subordinate, associate. % The examples of these two governments in our time are the Turk and the King of France.

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