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assuaged
(v) to have pacified or calmed
malevolent
(adj) having or exhibiting ill will
erratic
(adj) having no fixed or regular course
piety
(n) reighteousness by virtue of being religiously devout
tacit
(adj) not speaking, silent
inconspicuous
(adj) not readily noticeable
innate
(adj) possesed at birth, inborn
contemptuously
(adv) manifesting or feeling contempt, scornful
diligently
(adv) marked by perservering or painstaking effort
succint
(adj) characterized by clear precise selection of words, concise
venue
(n) to the location/scene of an event
tenet
(n) an opinion or view held by one to be true
chifforobe
(n) a tall piece of furniture typically having drawers on one side and space for hanging clothes on the other
amiable
(adj) having good disposition, friendly
acquit
(v) to free or clear from a charge or accusation
cynical
(adj) believeing or showing hte belief that people are motivated chiefly by base or selfish concerns
vehement
(adj) characterized by intensity of emotion or conviction; fervid
wary
(adj) on guard; watchful
eccentrities
(n) deviations from the normal
reprimand
to scold formally