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sedate
keeping a quiet steady attitude or pace
tacit
implied or indicated but not actually present
salient
standing out conspicously,noticeably
prodigious
extrodarniary in size ro degree
inveigle
to entice win over by flatery lure
galling
wearing away by friction,chaffing,irratating
inane
lacking signifigance or meaning silly
inured
toughened or hardened accepted to accept something undesirable
insidious
sly,treacherous,devious
venerable
deserving of respect
enmity
mutual hatred
latent
potenial,present capable of becoming though not visible or active
gaunt
thin or emaciated
undulation
the act of rising and falling regularly
vindicated
confirmed or substained
idiosyncratic
characteristic pecularity of habit or structure
impinge
encroach, enter upon anothers property or rights
implausability
not reasonable or believable
gangling
being loosely and akwardly built
mull
to consider at length, ponder
abashed
to destroy the self possesion or self confidence
vagaries
whims
cacophony
harsh noise
preeminently
developed to the utmost and not exceeded by any other in degree,quality or intensity
presaged
to give an omen or warning of, foreshadowing
austerity
severe,enforced or extreme poverty
deluded
to mislead or decieve
bane
cause of woe
cohorts
groups of soldiers
mustering
to bring together , to enroll formally in the army
belicose
war like, belligerent
malarkey
foolishness
qualms
scruple, a reluctance due to ethical consederations