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entrails
internal organs of humans or animals
caldron
a lg. kettle or broiler
newt
a small salamander that can live on land/water
conjure
to call upon or entreat
deft
skillful, quick
chafe
to make sore, irritate
vanquished
to defeat in battle or in an argument
pernicioius
destructive, deadly
firstling
the first of a king
diminutive
very small
judicious
showing good judgement
laudable
praise worth
unsanctified
not made holy
resound
to sound loudly
perchance
perhaps
imperial
having supreme authority
voluptuous
sentuous
cistern
a large recepticle used to hold water
imtemperance
lack of restraint
avarice
greed for wealth
blasheme
to speakin an irreverent way of God or sacred things
integrity
the state of being of sound moral principle
scruple
a feeling of unasiness of doing things one thinks is wrong
reconcile
to accept ofr agree to something
overcredulous
too easily convinced
overcredulous
too easily convinced
abjure
to renounce or give up
covet
to have a strong desire for something
sanctity
holiness
ulcerous
infected as an ulcer
benediction
a blessing
niggard
a stingy person
dire
dreadful
demerit
defect or fault
whetstone
a stone for sharpening knives or tools.