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Solace
Comfort in sorrow or distress
Hue
Appearance or color
Desolate
Without inhabitants; barren
Providence
An instance of divine care or guidance
Sentinel
A guard
Vanquish
To defeat in battle
Aloof
Distant
Procure
To get by special effort; Obtain
Commodity
Something useful; an article of commerce
Feigned
Not real; pretend
Wrath
Fierce anger, or punishment resulting from such anger
Appease
To bring peace, quiet, or calm to; soothe
Loathsome
Arousing great dislike
Abhor
To regard with disgust
Abominable
Thoroughly detestable
Solace
Comfort in sorrow or distress
Hue
Appearance or color
Desolate
Without inhabitants; barren
Providence
An instance of divine care or guidance
Sentinel
A guard
Vanquish
To defeat in battle
Aloof
Distant
Procure
To get by special effort; Obtain
Commodity
Something useful; an article of commerce
Feigned
Not real; pretend
Wrath
Fierce anger, or punishment resulting from such anger
Appease
To bring peace, quiet, or calm to; soothe
Loathsome
Arousing great dislike
Abhor
To regard with disgust
Abominable
Thoroughly detestable
Ascribe
To attribute to a specified cuase or source
Fanatic
A person possessed by an excessive and irrational zeal, especially for a religious or political cuase
Predilection
A personal preference
Disproportionate
Out of proportion; of an unequal size or amount
Subservient
Acting like a servant
Insidious
Treacherous
Subjagation
Control by conqering
Martial
Warlike
Tyrannical
Harsh; oppressive
Spurn
To reject scornfully
Formidable
difficult to defeat
iressolution
uncertainty; indecision
vigilant
watchful
kindred
relatives or family
allurement
attraction enticement
despotic
like a dictator
servile
humbly submissive; slavish
subsistence
livelihood
bestowed
applied; used
predominating
having controlling power or influence
absolve
to clear of guilt or blame
aversion
a strong dislike
inexpedient
not useful for achieving a goal
conscientious
guided by conscience; honest
unscrupulous
without principles; dishonorable
endeavor
to make an earnest effort; strive
conclude
to arrive at a judgment or decision
blunder
a mistake
sagacious
wise
courtier
a member of a royal court
despotic
like a dictator
servile
humbly submissive; slavish
subsistence
livelihood
bestowed
applied; used
predominating
having controlling power or influence
absolve
to clear of guilt or blame
aversion
a strong dislike
inexpedient
not useful for achieving a goal
conscientious
guided by conscience; honest
unscrupulous
without principles; dishonorable
endeavor
to make an earnest effort; strive
conclude
to arrive at a judgment or decision
blunder
a mistake
sagacious
wise
courtier
a member of a royal court
contagion
the spreading of disease
pervade
to spread throughout
grotesque
having a bizarre, fantastic appearance
license
a lack of restrictions on behavior; freedom
impetuosity
unthinking action
untenanted
not occupied
tangible
able to be touched or felt
venerable
worthy of respect because of age, dignity, or character
stigma
a mark of disgrace
tremulous
marked by trembling, quivering, or shaking
decrepit
weakened, worn out, or broken down by old age or hard use
deferntial
extremely respectful
dispute
to question or doubt
exultingly
in a joyful and triumphant way
efface
to rub or wipe out; erase
transient
lasitng or exisitng for only a short time
encroach
to advance beyond original limits; intrude
obliterate
to wipe out, leaving no trace
coquettish
fliratatious
edict
an order put out by a person in authority
dank
unpleasantly damp, moist and chilly
pallid
abnormally pale
termerity
foolish boldness
diffident
shy and timid; lacking self-confidence
divulge
to make known something private
circumvent
to avoid or get around by clever maneuvering
virulent
extremely poisonous or harmful
tedious
boring becaue of dullness
profoundly
deeply; intensely
subordinate
one who is lower in rank
summarily
in a way that is quick and bypasses usual procedures
apprise
to give notice to; inform
preternaturally
more than naturally; extraordinarily
interminable
endless
ineffable
unable to be expressed in words
callow
lacking adult maturity or experience; immature
reproach
an expression of blame or disapproval
pious
showing reverence for God
sordid
wretched; dirty; morally degraded
superficially
in a shoallow way; concerned with only what is obvious
felicity
happiness; bliss
basely
dishonrobaly; meanly
impertinence
improper boldness; rudeness
undulating
moving with a wavelike motion
patent
obcious; apparent
derision
harsh riducule or mockery; scorn
extenuating
lessing a fault by serving as a partial excuse
deplore
to feel storng disapproval of or deeply regret
specter
a ghostly vision; phantom
rend
to tear or split apart violently
veneer
a thin surface layer that conceals what is below
beholden
ovligd to feel grateful; indebted
assurance
self-confidence
abide
to put up with
presume
to act over confidently; go veyond the proper limits; dare
digress
to wander away from the main subject in a conversation or in writing; ramvle
malinger
to pretend illness in order to avoid duty or work
tactful
careful of others' feelings; considerate
plague
to annoy; harass
cognizant
aware
retaliating
taking revenge
latent
existing in hidden form
provocation
something that arouses anger
intuitiveley
without thinking; instinctively
venture
to dare to go