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aversary
an enemy
I'd advise you to stay away from them.
alienate
to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer
artifice
a skillful or ingnious device; a clever trick
gottcha!!!
coerce
to compel,force
craven
cowardly
scaredy cat
demise
a death
exhilarate
to enliven,cheer,give spirit
fallow
plowed but not seeded;inactive;reddish-yellow;
dirt
harass
to disturb; to trouble bt repeated attacks
inclement
stormy;severe in attitude or action
bad
muse
to think about in a dreamy way, ponder
negligible
so unimportant that it can be disregarded
perpetuate
to make perminate or long lasting
forever
precedent
an example that may serve as a basis for imitation
punitive
inflicting or aiming at punishment
sojourn
a temporary stay; to stay a while
visit
redress
a set back,remedy; relief from wrong or injury
urbane
refined in a manner or style,sauve
smooth
ascertain
to find out
make certain
attainment
an accomplishment; the act of achieving
attain your goal
bequeath
to give or pass on as an inheritence
cogent
foreceful, convincing: relevent, to the point
converge
to move toward one point, approach nearer together
esteem
to regard highly: a highly favorabl opinion or judgement
expunge
to erase, obliterate, destroy
finite
having limits; lasting for a long time
malevolent
spitful, showing ill will
mean
omniscient
knowing everything
aware of everything
panacea
a remedy for all ills, cure-all,; an answer to all problems
scrupulous
exact;having high morals standards
skulk
to move stealthily; to lie in hiding
sneeky
supercilious
proud; showing scorn because feeling of superity
Snob
uncanny
strange
odd
venial
easily excused; pardonable
"don't worry about it..."