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ENSCONCED
to settle securely or comfortable
Dissentient
Disagreeing
Pre-eminent
Superior to or notable above all others; outstanding
frolic
gamboled
acute
keen, perceptive
a succinct formulation of a fundamental principle, general truth, or rule of conduct
maxim
despicable
contemptible
irrepressible
difficult or impossible to control or restrain
pretext
excuse or reason
Liable
Likely
procured
to get by special effort; obtain or acquire
restive
uneasily impatient under restriction, opposition, criticism, or delay
dissenter
remove from original
malignity
itense ill will or hatred
Capitulated
to surrender under specifieed conditions; come to terms
attribute
accuse
categorically
being w/out exception or qualification; absolute
countenance
facial features
incited
provokes
retribution
something justly deserved; recompense
Cynical
skeptical of motives, negative
Deep-seated, mutual hatred
Enmity
Lack of intrerest or concern, indifference
apathy
conceived
form, created
cryptic
having hidden meaning; mystifing
easily managed or controlled
tractable
to beat severely with a whip or rod
flogging
ignominoious
marked by shame or disgrace
clearly apparent to the sight or understanding; obvious
manifestly
innovation
act of introducing something new
procured
to get by special effort; obtain or acquire
skulking
lurk
machinations
act of ploting
censured
find faults
conciliatory
to overcome the distrust or animosity of; appease
unscathed
not injured or harmed
contrived
obviously planned or calculated; not spontaneous or natural
superannuated
to allow to retire on a pensiion because of age
complicity
involvement as accomplice
inebriate
to intoxicate
morose
sullenly melancholy
taciturn
habitually untalkative
subsistence
something that has real or substantial existance