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all powerful or having unlimited power/influence
omnipotent
arbitrary
1. dictorial or characterized by absolute power/authority. refers to people, decisions, govts., etc...
2. selected @ random; or based on ones wims or notions rather tahn on rule or law.
vanquish
to conquer, overpower, or to defeat completely or to gain mastry or control over.
overide
to dominate, suppress, or prevail over or to disregard or annul.
constrain
to force or compell; or to restrain confine or stifle- imprision or restrict movement, or to force in an unnatural way.
provocation
something that irritates, insites, angers, or excites.
militate
to have wight or effect or to operate against or infavor of something
embroil
to involve in a quarrel, conflict, or problem, or to throw into confusion
contrive
scheme or plan, to invent or design, to manage to do or to brign about.
conduce
to contribute toward further or promote, or to lead toward- a desirable result.
ingratiate
to bring one self into another's good graces, or favor- followed by WITH
incantation
use of magical words to cast a spell or magic or sorcery
conciliate
to pacify, playcate, or sue the anger of; or to win good will by friendly acts. implies- persuasion to win someone over or settle a dispute.
mollify
to sooth, pacify, soften or reduce in intensity
assuage
to pacify; calm or satisfy or make less intense.
sufferance
toleration or permission implied by failure to interfere.
patient endurance or ability to bear or endure pain, distress etc.
succumb
to yield or give way to superior force or to die. followed by TO
susceptible
easily influenced or impressionable, or subject to, prone to, or sensed to... followed by to or of