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Abhor
v-To shrink from in disgust; to detest

Abhorrent,adj-Disgusting; causing loathing
Affable
adj-Pleasane; approchable; gracious

Affability,n-Friendliness of manner
Amiss
adv-In a wrong or imperfect way
adj-Out of order; wrong
Despondent
adj-Depressed from loss of hope or confidence; utterly discouraged
Entreat
v-To ask earnestly; to beg

Entreaty,n-A plea or earnest request
Haunt
v-1.To stay in one's mind continually
2.To visit frquently
3. To appear in the form of a ghost
Impel
v-1.To drive or propel
2.To urge or drive by force or moral pressure
Interminable
adj-Endless; seeming to be without end
Irascible
adj-Quick-tempered; irratable
Profound
adj-1.Intense; deeply felt
2.Having understanding or knowledge that goes beneath the surface, beyong the obvious
Recluse
n-A person who lives apart from society and often alone

Reclusive,adj-Withdrawn from society
Reverberate
v-To be repeated as in a series of echoes or vibrations
Sage
adj-Having wisdom and good judgement
n,1.A person known for wisdom and good judgement
2. An aromatic grayish-green plant used in cooking
Tirade
n-A long, angry speech
Tremulous
adj-1.Marked by tremeling or shaking
2.Timid or fearful