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A plethora of
Noun - Overabundance;Excess
Apt
Adjective - Inclined;disposed;prone
Aspersion
Noun - An unfavorable or damaging remark; slander
Clamorous
Adjective - Making or marked by loud outcry
Disconcerted
Adjective - Upset;thrown into confusion
Disconsolate
Adjective - Hopelessly unhappy;inconsolable
Languish
Verb - To become weak or feeble
Melancholy
Noun - A gloomy state of mind, esp. when habitual or prolonged; depression
Melodramatic
Adjective - Exaggerated and emotional or sentimental; sensational or sensationalized;overdramatic
Portend
Verb - To indicate in advance; to foreshadow
Quaffing
Verb - To drink a beverage heartily
Rapier wit
Rapier - A sword (used as an adjective here to describe her wit)
Wit: Noun - Intelligence
Revels
Noun - An occasion of noisy merrymaking festivity
Sagacious
Adjective - Having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical sense.
Slovenly
Adjective - Untidy or unclean in appearance or habits
Sot
Noun - Drunkard
Stead
Noun - The place of a person or thing as occupied by a successor or substitute
Stripling
Noun - A youth
Swain
Noun - A male admirer or lover
Vociferously
Adverb - Noisily