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53 Cards in this Set

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existing naturally since birth
innate
fearful anxiety
trepidation
false and malicious statement to hurt someone's reputations; slander
calumny or defamation
guidance or care of God
providence
supporting or confirming
corroborating
hints
intimations
dangerous or threatening
formidable
discreet
subtle
point of argument
contention
something of great size or power is...
prodigious
doll
poppet
excessive indulgence in sexual desires
lechery
disguising or feigning
dissembling
excited
titillated
courteous regard or respect
deference
lack of color; paleness
pallor
improve
ameliorate
study of religion
theology
understand thoroughly
fathom
accusation
indictment
something hated
abomination
characterized by expressing lust
lascivious
to make certain or definite
ascertain
something hardly believable, seemingly self-contradictory
paradox
severe test, figuratively; small container, literally
crucible
predilection
preconceived liking
citadel
fortified place; stronghold
to bring oneself into another's favor
ingratiate
vindictive
vengeful
quarrelsome, argumentative
contentious
perfectly clean, pure
immaculate
testimony made under oath but not in open court
deposition
audacity or boldness
effrontery
calmly
placidly
noble, exalted, awesome
sublime
uneasiness
qualm
willfull telling of a lie under oath
perjury
excessively thin and bony
gaunt
unalarmed, not upset or disturbed
unperturbed
too slight to be perceived
imperceptible
gallows where bodies were hung
gibbet
exclusion from society or church
excommunication
inflexible, unbending
adamant
weak, unstable
faltering
skeptically, doubtfully
incredulously
lacking pity, apathetically, unfeeling
callously
crazy, insane
daft
repulsive, evil
vile
open in surprise, awe, or wonder
agape
postponement of punishment
reprieve
state of regret
penitence
cleanse of impurities
purged
deceive
beguile