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amenity
pleasent or agreeable, attractive features or customs

unpleasantness, disagreeables
aperture
an opening, gap

closure, blockade
dissidence
a difference in opinon

dissent, disagreement
harmony
epicuraean
devoted to the pusuit of pleasure, a person with discriminating tastes

discriminating
ascetic, self-denying
improvident
failing to plan ahead

extravagent
thrify, cautious
iniquity
wickedness, sin

evil, crime
rectitude, uprightness, probity
inviolable
sacred, cannot be broken

sacrosanct
vulnerable
mutable
open or capeable of change, fickle

changeable, variable
changless, steadfast, constant
nascent
just beggining to exist or develop, having just come into existence

budding, embryonic
dying
obeisance
a deep bow indicating respect, submission, homage

respect, honor
disrespect
panegyric
formal or elaborate praise, a tribute

tribute
tirade, philippic
pillory
to expose to public contempt or ridicule, or a device that does this

praise, extol
pittance
a woefully meager allowance, wage or porportion

trifle
fortune
pressage
a warning or indication of the future

foretell
progeny
descendants, children, followers

issue, posterity
ancestors
promulgate
to proclaim or issue officially, to make known far and wide

announce
withdraw, retract
rectitude
uprightness, righteousness, correctness

probity, integrity
iniquity, heinousness
restive
restless, hard to manage, balky

uneasy, fidgety, recalcitrant
serene, unruffled, docile
seraphic
angelic, heavenly, celestial

cherubic
devilish, impish
subsist
to remain alive, to persist or continue

last, survive, sustain