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Abomination
A disatisfying or loathsome act
Blanched
Pale,
calumny
slander
conjure
to summon
Contigous
connected or adjoining
cooroborate
to support with more evidence
dally
to waste time
Defamation
The act of damaging reputation by lying
Dissemble
to hide behind false appearence
enrapture
to give intense joy
inculcation
the steady teaching of an idea or concept
inquisition
an extreme investigation
licentious
immoral
partisan
a supporter
propitiation
a pacifying or an appeasement
Providence
God's influence an example of god's care
smirch
to mark
trepidation
a feeling of fear or anxiety
vindictive
inclined to seek revenge
Ameliorate
to improve
crone
an old woman (not complimentary)
deference
a submission due to a persons higher status
evasive
trying to avoid
grapple
to struggle or fight
indignant
showing justified anger
monstrous
enormus of large proportions
quail
to recoil in fear
reprimand
to make fun of harshly
taint
to corrupt normally
Wily
Clver/tricky
Auger
a tool for making holes
contentious
argumentitive
denounce
to accuse formally
effrontery
shamelessness
forbidding
having a menacing appearence
gait
the speed of proceeding
immaculate
flawless
imperceptible
barley noticeable
probity
complete honesty, integrity
prodigious
enormous in status
qualm
doubt or misgiving
slovenly
sloppy
sublime
supreme superior
transfix
to paralyze with shock or horror
undermine
to weaken or damage
adamant
not respondingto pleas
beguile
to decieve or trick
conciliatory
trying to overcome disagreement
disputation
an argument
flail
to shake wildly
gaunt
extremley pale & thin
gibbet
a place for hanging
pentinence
the remorece of ones sins
purge
to cleanse of sin
quavering
trembling
sibilance
hissing sound