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54 Cards in this Set

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manifest
to show plainly; reveal
extant
in existence; not destroyed
depravity
corruption
affinity
kinship; spiritual relationship or attraction
erudite
learned; having wide knowledge
emblem
an object or picture that becomes a symbol
retribution
punishment
importunate
stubbornly persistent
decorous
proper; conforming to social conventions
iniquity
sin; a grossly immoral act
constrain
to compel; to restrain
antipathy
aversion; orriginally opposition in feeling
abstruse
difficult to comprehend
odious
hateful; repugnant
rebuke
to criticize sharply; reprimand
defile
to corrupt; to profane; to make dirty
penance
an act to work out one's sins
vigil
a watch kept during normal sleeping hours
zenith
point of the heavens vertically above
malevolence
ill will; malice
diabolic
devillish; wicked; fiendish
ethereal
heavenly; spiritual
pith
the essence or central part of anything
dissemble
to fake; to simulate
somnambulism
sleep-walking
inextricable
cannot be disentangled
expiate
to make atonement for
reverberate
to re-echo; resound
conjecture
guess
torpid
sluggish; lethargic
replete
plentifully supplied; abounding
labyrinth
maze
acquiesce
yield; surrender
propinquity
nearness; kinship
mantle
cloak or something like a cloak
capricious
fickle; changeable; subject to whim
despotic
tyrannical
sterling
of the highest quality
talisman
an object believed to bestow magical powers on its bearer
disembodied
freed (a spirit) form a body
estranged
seperated from place or affections
devoid
completely lacking; empty
obviate
to make unnecessary
blighted
withered; impaired
dleterious
hurtful
sedulous
diligent; steadily industrious
indefatigable
untiring
audacity
effrontery; temerity; contempt for the restraints of law, religion, or decorum
effluence
something that flows out
doleful
mournful; sad
trammel
to confine; hinder; entrap
irrevocable
cannot be undone or taken back
inured
hardened to something undesirable
decorous
proper; suitable to the occasion, time, place