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Reparation
The making of amends for wrong or injury done.
Solace
Comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble.
Purge
To rid of whatever is impure or undesirable; cleanse, purify
Writhe
To twist the body about, or squirm, as in pain, or violent effort.
Loathe
To feel disgust or intense aversion for; abhor
Ruse
A trick, stratagem, or artiffact.
Denounce
To condemn or censure openly or publicly.
Lament
To feel or express sorrow or regret for; to mourn for or over.
Taciturn
Inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation.
Malice
Desire to inflict injury, harm, or suffering on another, either because of a hostile impulse or deep-seated meanness.
Nemesis
Something that a person cannot conquer, achieve, etc.
Credulity
Willingness to believe or trust too readily, esp. without proper or adequate evidence; gullibility.
Nonchalant
Coolly unconcerned, indifferent, or unexcited; casual.
Cajole
To persuade by flattery or promises; wheedle; coax
Transient
Not lasting, enduring, or permanent; transitory.
Empathy
Ability to share anothers feelings
Discernment
The faculty of discerning; discrimination; acuteness of judgment and understanding.
Euphoria
A feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being sometimes exaggerated in pathological states as mania
Rapture
Ecstatic joy or delight; joyful ecstacy.
Paradox
A statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth.
Rabid
Irrationally extreme in opinion or practice. Furious or raging; violently intense.
Opulence
Wealth, riches, or affluence. Abundance (resources/goods), plenty.
Morose
Gloomily or sullenly ill-humoured, as a person or mood.
Foible
A minor weakness or failing of character, slight flaw or defect.
Spurious
Not genuine, authentic, or true; not from the claimed, pretended, or proper source.
Ferocity
Savage fierceness
Striated
Marked with a striae, furrow, stripe, or streak.
Frivolity
The quality or state of being frivolous (lack of seriousness or sense)
Accursed
Under a curse; doomed; ill-fated. Damnable, detestable.
Constrict
Make smaller.
Infidelity
Enfaithfullness
Penultimate
next to last
Expectorate
To spit
Conducive
Leading
Recede
To move back
Insurgence
Rising in rebellion
Modulate
Cary the pitch of the voice.
Anemic
Deficiency of red blood cells
Beatitude
Bliss
Deviltry
Reckless mischief.
Repellent
Ability to force back
Recreant
Cowardly
Recourse
A turning for aid
Grotesque
Bizzar, absurd.