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Domination
to control, govern or rule
stimulated
to stir, action or feeling
inordinate
exceeding resonable limits
reprobate
person who disapproved
intemperate
unpredictable
peculiarly
strange, weird
summit
highest point
convulsions
Violent turmoil or uncontrol fit as if laugher
emolument
payment for an office or employment
zealous
filled with or motivaed by
zeal
(enthusiastic) devotion to a cause, ideal or goal
Pernicious
deadly, destructive
interdict
prohibit or forbid
meditated innovation
newly introduced seek to resolve by working with conflicting parties (Great Britain and U.S.)
enumerate
list
Exempt
free from an obligation duty or liability to which others are subject
revenue
the income of a government
diverted
to distract
ostensible
represented or appearing as such: apparent
supplicants
one who beseeches or supplicates, to make a humble, earnest petition: Beg
remonstrated
to say or plead in protest, objectsion, ore reproof
resolved
to separate (something) into constituent parts
temperate
exercising moderation and self restraint
admonition
to reprove gently but earnest to warn, to remind of an obligation
supplant
to take the place of
moderation
one who hold moderate views or opinion
inserted
to put, place, or set into
countenanced
to approved or sanction
sustenance
means of livelihood
entreaties
an earnest request; plea
illustrious
highly distinguished; eminent
strenuously
vigorously active
mitigate
to make or become less in force; moderate
accumulated
to gather or pile up; amass
insidious
working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy manner
perpetual
lasting for eternity
extort
to obtain from by coercion or intimidation
sufficient
being as much as is needed
ministerial
one authorized to preform relilious function in a christian church
rapacity
greedy subsisting on live prey
tribute
a force payment
procure
"manage" to get by speical effort, obtain or accquire
stipulated
to lay down as a condition of an agreement
prefidy
deliberate breach of faith; trenchery
deplorable
to feel or express strong disapproval
emulating
to strive to equal or excel esp. through imitation
calumnies
a false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation
apprehend
to arrest, to understand, to preceive, to anticipate with anxiety
posterily
future generations
basely
lowly; menial
entail
to have, to impose or require as a necessary accompaniment or consequence
imputation
to charge with the fault or responsiblity for, to attribute; credit
reconciiation
to reestablish a close relationship between, to settle or resolve, to bring (oneself) to accept, to make compatible or consistent