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obscure
not well-known
to penetrate
to enter as by piercing
to flaunt
to make a showy or defiant display
defiance
open resistence to authority
odious
hateful; disgusting; offensive
immortal
without death; lasting
relenting
a form of to relent which means to become less severe
to reconcile
to renew a friendship; to bring into harmony
blithe
cheerful; carefree
to feign
to pretend
to recede
to become more distant
fettered
past tense of to fetter which means "to shackle or chain"
to remonstrate
to protest; to complain
latent
hidden and undeveloped
jovial
full of playful good humor
prodigious
amazing
compound
substance composed of two or more other substances
reverently
in a manner suggesting deep respect
desolation
a wasteland or some other uninhabited place
executor
a person appointed to carry out the terms of a will
to recede
to become more distant
fettered
past tense of to fetter which means "to shackle or chain"
to remonstrate
to protest; to complain
latent
hidden and undeveloped
jovial
full of playful good humor
prodigious
amazing
compound
substance composed of two or more other substances
reverently
in a manner suggesting deep respect
desolation
a wasteland or some other uninhabited place
executor
a person appointed to carry out the terms of a will
to recede
to become more distant
fettered
past tense of to fetter which means to shackle or chain
to remonstate
to protest; to complain
latent
hidden and undeveloped
jovial
full of playful good humor
prodigious
amazing
compound
a substance composed of two or more other substaces
reverently
in a manner suggesting deep respect
desolation
a wasteland or some other uninhabited place
executor
a person appointed to cary out the terms of a will
incredulous
unwilling or unable to believe; showing disbelief
to extinguish
to squelch; to put out as a fire
garret
an attic or a room built in an attic
ominous
serving as an omen especially an evil omen
incessant
unending; constant
benevolence
good will or kindness
to lament
to feel or express deep sorrow
facetious
joking; trying to be witty
palpable
touchable; obvious
nothing
nothing