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omnipotent
all powerful or having unlimited power or influence
arbitrary
1.DICTORIAL OR characterized by absolute power or authority. *people or ideas
2. selected at random
vanquish
to conquer or defeat, gain control over
constrain
to force or compell; or to restrain confine or stifle. to imprison or constrict the movement of or to force in an unnatural way
Provocation
something that irritates, incites, or angers or excites
militate
to have weight or effect. to opperate against or in favor of something
embroil
to involve in a quarrel, conflict, or problem, or to throw into confusion
contrive
to scheme or plan. to invent or design. *ideas and nonmaterial things
conduce
to contribute toward, farther or promote or to lead toward a desirable result.
ingratiate
to bring ones self into anothers favor or good graces
incantation
use of magical words to cast a spell, magic, or sorcery.
conciliate
to passify, placate, or sooth the anger of; to win good will by friendly acts. often uses persuasion.
mollify
to soothe, passify, soften, or reduce in intensity
assuage
to passify, calm , satisfy, or make less severe
sufference
toleration or permission implied by failure to interfere. endurance or ability to bar pain, suffering
succumb
to yeild or to give way to superior force. to die
susceptible
easily influenced or impressionable; prone to.