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Obscure
Not readily noticed or seen; Inconspicuous; Out of sight; Hidden
Profusion
The property of being extremely abundant
Melancholy
Sadness or depression of the spirits; Gloom
Stagnant
Not moving or flowing; Motionless
Desolation
The state of being abandoned or forsaken; Loneliness
Certitude
The state of being certain; Complete assurance; Confidence
Luminescent
Emitting light not caused by heat
Insidious
Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy manner
Forlorn
Wretched or pitiful in appearance or condition
Ominous
Menacing; Threatening
Wistful
Pensively sad; Melancholy
Latent
Present or potential but not evident or active
Volubility
Marked by a ready flow of speech; Fluent
Evoke
To summon or call forth
Stolid
Having or revealing little emotion or sensibility
Animosity
Bitter hostility or open enmity; Active hatred
Avenge
To inflict a punishment or penalty in return for; Revenge
Infamy
Evil fame or reputation
Slander
A false and malicious statement or report about someone
Implore
To beg for urgently; entreat
Futile
Having no useful result
Surmise
To make a guess or conjecture
Abomination
a person who is loathsome or disgusting
Wane
The act or process of gradually declining or diminishing
Strife
A struggle, fight, or quarrel
Edict
A decree or proclamation issued by an authority and having the force of law
Infallible
Incapable of failing; Certain
transgress
To act in violation of
Reverence
A feeling of profound awe and respect and often love; Veneration
Squander
To fail to take advantage of; Lose a chance for
Menace
A troublesome or annoying person
Reprieve
Temporary relief, as from danger or pain
Rhetoric
The art or study of using language effectively and persuasively
Salvage
Something saved from destruction or waste and put to further use