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46 Cards in this Set

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ostracized
to cut off or exclude from a group or society
martinet
a person who demands strict discipline
wan
not having a natural/ healthy color
coveted
to have an eager desire for something that belongs to someone else
obliterate
to destroy comepletly
embittered
angry or upset
reminiscene
a think of past experiences or events
indefatigable
that does not become tired
acrid
burning biter or irritating to taste or smell
vortex
something that sucks everything around it inside it
intolerable
not to be endured; unbearable
renunciation
the act of renouncing
defiance
bold or unopen ressistance to authority
monotonously
not changing tone, sound, or beat
gait
a particular manner of moving on foot
kindle
to set on fire
insubordination
the refusal to yield or to obey authority
repulsive
to cause extreme dislike or aversion
claustraphobia
an abnormal fear of bieng in any small or crowded or enclosed space
ferocity
savalgly
automaton
a machine that acts, moves, or operates by itself
stupor
a state of reduced sensibility
apparation
a ghost/ phantom
unattainable
cannot get it
melancholy
low in spirits/ sad
muffled
to soften sound
communion
a sharing of feelings or thoughts
scrutinize
examine carefully
delerium
mental disturbance by confusion
simulate
using a model to show something that is not really happining but could
sultry
very hot and humid
docile
willing to be tought
quixotic
caught up in the romance of noble deeds
jovial
jolly
ludicris
crazy
abyss
a botemless pit or hole
annihilation
to destroy completly
spasm
involuntery reflex
petrified
to paraylize with fear, astonishment, and horror
fastidious
cannot be pleased
comradery
a close friend or companion
mortuary
a place where corpes are held and prepared until burial death or cremation
proffer
to present for acceptence
aberration
differing from what is usual
emaciated
to become extremlly thin
forlorn
abandoned