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allure
n
the power to attract or charm
antiquity/antiquities
n
1. the ancient world, especialy beore the middle ages
2. the quality of great age

n
valuable objects from ancient times
appraise
v.
1 to estimate the value of
2. to from a judgment of, to evaluate
cleave
v.
1. to cling to or be faitful to
2.to split with force or a sharp insturment
depreciate
v.
1. to make or become less in value
2. to represent as of little value, to belittle
facet
n
1 any of the many small, flat surgaces on a precious stone made by cutting
2. on of many sides or aspects of something
facsimile
n
an exact copy
impervious
adj
1. incapable of being penetrated
2. not affected or disturbed by
nondescript
adj.
hard to describe because of lack of distinctive qualities or features
quandary
n
a state of being in dout about what to do
repose
v
1 to lie at rest
2. to place (power, etc) in some person or group

n
a state of rest or relaxation
scintillate
v
1. to flash or sparkle
2. to be lievely and witty
scrutinize/ scrutiny
v.
to examine with great care

n.
close examination
synthetic
adj
not naturally produced: made by artifical process
transmute
v
to change the form or appearance of