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Coalesce
to unite as a community
Decadence
excessive self-indulgence
Exemplary
serving as a model or pattern
Exuberance
an exuberant act or expression
Incidental
Of a minor, casual, or subordinate nature
Insolvent
Unable to meet debts or discharge liabilities
Parsimonious
Excessively sparing or frugal
Prodigal
Adj: giving in abudance
noun: one who is given to wasteful luxury or extravagance
Surreptitious
acting in a stealthy way
Writhe
to twist in pain
Brevity
being brief in duration
Clemency
a dispostion to show mercy, especially towards an enemy
Frivolous
Inappropriately silly
Heist
verb: to steal, hold up, rob
noun: a robbery, a burglary
Lampoon
A work of literature ridiculing the character or behavior of a person, society
Querulous
Expressing a complaint or grievance, grumbling
Reproach
Verb: to express disapproval of, criticism of, or disappoint in someone.
Noun: blame, rebuke
Respite
a usually short interval of rest or relief
Torpor
A state of mental or physical inactivity
Unscathed
Not injured or harmed