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Exotic
Adjective

Exicitingly Strange
The Scarlet Ibis
Careen
Verb

To rush carelessly
The Scarlet Ibis
Heresy
Noun

An action or opinion contrary to what is generally thought of as right
The Scarlet Ibis
Reiterate
Verb

To repeat
The Scarlet Ibis
Precariously
Adverb

Insecurely; in a dangerous way
The Scarlet Ibis
Doggedness
Noun

Persistence; Stubborness
The Scarlet Ibis
Invalid
Adjective

Too ill to live a normal life
The Scarlet Ibis
Infallibility
Noun

An inability to make errors
The Scarlet Ibis
Iridescent
Noun

Shining with shifting rainbow colors
The Scarlet Ibis
Imminent
Adjective

About to occur
The Scarlet Ibis
Tangible
Adjective

Capable of being touched or felt; having actual form and substance
The Most Dangerous Game
Quarry
Noun

The object of a hunt; prey
The Most Dangerous Game
Disarming
Adjective

Removing or overcoming suspicion; inspiring confidence
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Affable
Adjective

Friendly, plesant and easy to talk to
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Condone
Verb

To overlook, forgive, or disregard
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Droll
Adjective

Amusingly odd or comical
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Elude
Verb

To escape, especially by means of daring, cleverness, or skill
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Solicitously
Adverb

With an expression of care or concern
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Scruple
Noun

An uneasy felling arising from one's conscience or principles
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Stamina
Noun

Physical or moral strength; endurance
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Deplorable
Adjective

Deeply regrettable; unfortunate
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Imperative
Adjective

Absolutely necessary
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Zealous
Adjective

Intensely devoted and enthusiastic
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Amenity
Noun

Something that adds one's comfront or convenience
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Uncanny
Adjective

So remarkable as to seem supernatural
The Most Dangerous Game
Cur
Noun

A muf or mongrel
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Derisive
Adjective

Mocking
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Disdainful
Adjective

Scornful and contemptuous
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Distraught
Adjective

Mad;insane
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Haggard
Adjective

Appearing worn and exhausted
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Inscrutable
Adjective

Difficult to fathom or understand
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Insinuatingly
Adverb

Provoking gradual doubt or suspicion
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Insolent
Adjective

Arrogant
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Intimate
Adjective

Marked by close acquaintance, association, or familiarity
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Pandemonium
Noun

A very noisy place
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Forlorn
Adjective

Appearing sad or lonely because of being deserted or abandoned
Santa Claus is a White Man
Dumbfounded
Transitive Verb

To fill with astonishment and perplexity
Santa Claus is a White Man
Lynch
Transitive Verb

To execute without due process of law, especially to hand, as by a mob
Santa Claus is a White Man
Brusque
Adjective

Abrupt and curt in manner of speech
Santa Claus is a White Man
Ominous
Adjective

Menacing; threatening
Santa Claus is a White Man
Irk
Transitive Verb

To be irritating or vexing
Santa Claus is a White Man
Frenzy
Noun

A temporary madness
Santa Claus is a White Man
Crestfallen
Adjective

Dispirited and depressed
Santa Claus is a White Man
Erstwhile
Adverb

In the past, at a former time
Santa Claus is a White Man
Jeer
Verb

Mock or taunt
Santa Claus is a White Man
Misanthropy
a hatred or disgust mankind
The Gold Bug
Melancholy
Depressed in spirits; sad, depressed; pensive
The Gold Bug
Manumit
To relese from slavery
The Gold Bug
Peevish
Querulous in temperament or mood; fretful; perversely obstinate; maked by ill temper
The Gold Bug
Aberration
The fact or and instance of being aberrant; behavior that departs substantially from normal moral standards
The Gold Bug
Vellum
A fine-grained unsplit lambskin or calf skin prepared for writing on or binding books
The Gold Bug
Enigma
Something or cleverness in devising or combining; inventiveness
The Gold Bug
Ingenuity
Skill or cleverness in devising or combining; inventiveness
The Gold Bug
Flog
To beat with as if with a rod or a whip
The Gold Bug
Plausible
Appearing worth of belief
The Gold Bug
Eclipse
Noun

The partial or complete obscuring, relative to a designated observer, of one celestial body by another.
A Scandal in Bohemia
Predominate
Adjective

To have or gain controlling power or influence; prevail
A Scandal in Bohemia
Gibe
Verb

To make taunting or jeering remarks
A Scandal in Bohemia
Effusive
Adjective

Unrestrained or excessive in emotional expression.
A Scandal in Bohemia
Brougham
Noun

A closed four-wheeled carriage with an open driver's seat in front.
A Scandal in Bohemia
Guinea
Noun

Gold coin in English currency
A Scandal in Bohemia
Opulence
Noun

Wealth; affluence
A Scandal in Bohemia
Languid
Adjective

Lacking energy or vitality; weak
A Scandal in Bohemia
Boswell
Noun

Scottish lawyer, diarist, and writer renowened as the biographer of Samueul Johnson
A Scandal in Bohemia
Carte Blanche
Noun

Unrestricted power to act at one's own discretion; unconditional authority
A Scandal in Bohemia
Conjecture
Inferring, therorizing, or predicting from incomplete or uncertain evidence; guesswork
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Impropriety
The quality of being improper; inappropriate or unsuitable action or behavior
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Prescience
Apparent knowledge of things before they happen or come into being; foreknowledge
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Remonstrance
The act or instance of remonstrating; protest, complaint
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Bellicose
Of a quarrelsome orhostile nature; eager to fight or quarrel; warlike
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Maudlin
Foolishly and tearfully or weakly sentimental
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Dissuade
To turn (a person) aside (from a course, etc.) by persuasion or advice; to advise against (an action)
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Celestial
Of the heavens, of the sky; of heaven, divine; of the highest kind, perfect
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Extemporize
To speak, perform, or compose extempore; to improvise
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Cache
A safe place for storing or hiding things; anything sroted or hidden in such a place
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