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demur
1.characterized by shyness and modesty; reserved.
2.affectedly or coyly decorous, sober, or sedate.
lenient
1.agreeably tolerant; permissive; indulgent:
vestige
1.a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something that is no longer present or in existence;
2.a surviving evidence or remainder of some condition
3.a very slight trace or amount of something
agape
1.with the mouth wide open, as in wonder, surprise, or eagerness:
recalcitrant
1.resisting authority or control; not obedient or compliant; refractory.
2.hard to deal with, manage, or operate.
untoward
1.unfavorable or unfortunate;
2.improper
inexplicably
incapable of being accounted for or explained.
convalescing; convalesce
to recover health and strength after illness; make progress toward recovery of health.
monotony
wearisome uniformity or lack of variety, as in occupation or scenery.
susceptible
1.accessible or especially liable or subject to some influence, mood, agency, etc.;
2.capable of being affected emotionally; impressionable.
indulgently; indulge
characterized by or showing indulgence; benignly lenient or permissive:
verdure
1.greenness, especially of fresh, flourishing vegetation.
2.freshness in general; flourishing condition; vigor.
gawky
awkward; ungainly; clumsy.
negligence
the act of ignoring or not caring for (something)
tenuous
thin or slender in form, as a thread.
coaxed
persuaded
veracity
conformity to truth or fact; accuracy
voracity
the act of craving or consuming large quantities of food
2. exceedingly eager or avid
consolation
the act of comforting; to lessen the grief or disappointment
commodity
an article of trade or commerce, especially a product as distinguished from a service.
nausea
sickness
abroad
1.in or to a foreign country or countries
2.in or to another continent
3.out of doors; from one place to another; about
cherish
to cling; to hold dear
crevice
a narrow crack as in rock
reassurance
1. a renewed positive declaration intended to give confidence
2. a renewed promise or pledge; guaranty; surety: He gave his a