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abjured
to abstain from
apellation
the act of naming
asunder
in separate pieces
avarice
greed
bane
slayer;killer
blackguard
villian
cambric
finely woven linens
churlish
difficult to work with;vulgar
clamour
loud noises
compunction
hesitation or sense of regret
consumption
tuberculosis
copious
in large quantity
curate
religious teacher
deranged
insane
destitute
lacking something;as in structure
diabolical
satanic;wickedness or cruelty
dilatory
slow
discomfited
embarassed;not comfortable
disenchanted
disappointed
dispatched
sent to a destination
disquietude
feelings of anxiety
dissented
to disagree
dissipation
intemperance
elysium
place of ideal happiness
emulated
imitated
enigmatic
obscure; unusual
epistle
letter
execration
act of cussing
expedient
self interest;taking the easy way out
filial
benefiting a son or daughter
heterodox
heretical; unorthodox
immolation
to kill ones self by fire
impertinence
improperly bold;rude;not polite
importuned
to repeatedly request;beg;to plead
incipient
beginning to exist
interdict
to forbid
iteration
repeated statement
lachrymose
tearful;crying
languid
sluggish;dull
magisterial
authoritative, imperious
malignancy
disposed to do evil
misanthropist
one who hates or distrusts mankind
mortified
shamed;appalled
munificent
generous
obdurate
hard heartedness; inflexible
obviated
to prevent; make unnecessary
odious
hatefull;horrible
paragon
touchston
paroxysm
spasm
penetralium
inner parts/workings;center
reproached
disgraced
reproved
to scold or correct
sagacity
wisdom; sound in judgement
salubrious
benefiting to health
scruple
principle
sexton
church employee who works in graveyard
smiting
striking by hand
soliloquized
spoken outloud;a speech
sundry
various
tacit
inferred by actions or statements
tenure
act of holding in possesion
trepidation
fear;quivering
usurped
to take over without right
vapid
dull;lacking energy
vigilant
to keep awake
vindicative
vengeful;revenge
vociferating
to cry out loudly; scream vigorously