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Incorporeal
(Adj.): Having no material or tangible form
Inter
(Verb):To deposit a dead body into a grave
Jaded
(Adj.): Weary from overuse; surfeited
Jocund
(Adj.): Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition, character, or quality
Martial
(Adj.): Of, related to, or suggesting of war
Moiety
(Noun): A part, portion, or share
Mote
(Noun(): A very small particle; a speck
Mutinous
(Adj.): Rebellious; unruly
Obsequious
(Adj.): Overly attentive; servile
Obstinate
(Adj.): Unyielding regardless of reason or logic
Obstentatious
(Adj.): Showy; pretentious
Palpable
(Adj.): Tangible; perceptible; easily noticeable
Para doxical
(Adj.): Something that appears false or contradictory but it actually correct
Parch
(Verb): To become dry from heat; to shrivel from heat
Partisan
(Noun): One who exhibits extreme or possible blind allegiance to a group or cause
Peevish
(Adj.): Fretful; obstinate
Perdition
(Noun): Utter damnation; ruin
Pemicious
(Adj.): Very destructive or harmful; deadly
Plausible
(Adj.): Seemingly acceptable, believable, or possible
Ponderous
(Adj.): Very heavy; unwieldy from weight
Portent
(Noun): A sign or forewarming
Prate
(Verb): To talk idly and foolishly at a great length
Prodigal
(Adj.): Wasteful or extravagant
Promontory
(Noun):Land or rock projecting into a body of water
Quaint
(Adj.): Unusual in character or experience