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Repulse
v. drive back (an attack) by force
Sated
v. satisfy (a desire or an appetite) to the full
insatiate
adj. never staisfied
Swagger
v. walk or behave in a very confident and typically arrogant or aggressive way
Encompassing
v. surround and have or hold within
senile
adj. having or showing the weaknesses or diseases of old age
sententious
adj. given to moralizing in a pompous or affected manner
pontificate
v. (in roman catholic church)) officiate as bishop, esp. at mass
lithe
adj. (persons body esp) thin, supple, and graceful
reverence
n. deep respect for someone or something
impertinence
adj. not showing proper respect; rude
insolence
adj. showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect
audacious
adj. showing a willingness to take surprisingly bold risks
vacillate
v. allernate waver between different opinions or actions;be indecisive
waver
v. shake with a quivering mmotion
transcend
v. be or go beyond the range or limits of (something abstract, typically a conceptual field or division)
transpire
v. occur; happen
transgress
v. infringe or go byond the bounds of (a moral principle or other established standard of behavior)
inure
v. accustom (someone) to something, esp. something unpleasant
solicitude
n. care or concern for someone or something