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malice
ill will or evil intent
parricide
killing/killer of a parent
anarchy
chaos, lack of order/ government
duplicity
cunning or deception
malediction
calling down of evil (damning someone)
incarnate
in the flesh, physical
plummet
to fall steeply and suddenly
engendered
originated, caused
execrable
detestable, abominable
perquisite
benefits and privleges that come with a job or position
primal
original, basic, first in time order
regicide
killing/ killer of a king
swagger
walk arrogantly, strut
doddering
trembling due to old age
aphorism
proverb, old saying
malice
ill will or evil intent
parricide
killing/killer of a parent
anarchy
chaos, lack of order/ government
duplicity
cunning or deception
malediction
calling down of evil (damning someone)
incarnate
in the flesh, physical
plummet
to fall steeply and suddenly
engendered
originated, caused
execrable
detestable, abominable
perquisite
benefits and privleges that come with a job or position
primal
original, basic, first in time order
regicide
killing/ killer of a king
swagger
walk arrogantly, strut
doddering
trembling due to old age
aphorism
proverb, old saying
atonement
reconciliation, forgiveness
cerrion
decaying flesh, food for scavangers
auspicious
giving favorable omens
meddling
tampering, interfering
transgress
sin, violate, to cross an ethical boundry
retribution
punishment for evil, reward for good
sated
satisfied (as in an appetite) glutted, completley full
comprehensive
all-inclusive
impassively
showing or feeling no emotion
absolve
freeing of sins, forgiveness, to free of blame
piety
religious faith or devotion
faction
minority within a larger group
clairvoyant
unusually perceptive with divine help
revelation
a sudden realization
prudent
wise, cautious, sensible
supplication
the act of begging or pleading humbly
augury
making decisions based on omens
infamy
bad reputation
afflication
a cause of pain and suffering
insolence
defiance of authority
defilement
pollution or contamination
lamentation
mourning or grieveing
compunction
a feeling of uneasiness or anxiety of the conscience caused by regret for doing wrong or causing pain