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Chaste
Modest and pure
transgresstion
a violation of the law
Mar
to damage
gall
bitterness in tone
languish
to lose strengh
procure
to get by special effort
chide
to scold mildly
perjury
the intentional giving of false info
lament
to express grief about
appertain
to be a part of
dexterity
skill
fickle
changeible in affections
garish
loud and flashy
enamor
to enspire with love
tender
to present for appruval
augment
to become greater in size
strife / fray
an attack or fight
covert
consield or hidden
mar
to damage
gall
bitterness in feeling
apt
able , suitable
consort
to keep company
banish
to force to leave
asunder
to seporate into larger pieces
alchemy
a magical power
entreat
to make a request
wane
to deacrese gradualy
postrate
lying face down
elpquence
ability to persuade
indefatgable
incapable of being fatigued
contrition
sincere remoce for wrong doing
dichotomy
divition into contrasting parts
benign
showing kindness
epiphany
a sudden understanding
prudent
having good judgement
auspicious
acting as a good omen
tacit
not spoken
vehement
charactorized by forsefulness of exprestion
mitigate
to make less severe
enormity
a terrible crime
repercusstion
indirect consiquence
pigeon hole
to catigorize
dirge
a funeral song
penury
extream poverty
inexorable
unable to be persude
estensible
not nesaserily true but seems true
dissent
to disagree
gambol
to leap out playfully
ignominious
shameful
faculty
an aptitude (losing rental facultys)
peevish
ill tempored
manifest
clearly apparent
malign
evil
cpitulate
to surender
countenance
expresstion of the face
compicity
accomplice
derth
lack supply
artiface
trickery
endemic
commen in
reprehensible
diserving critisisum
poignant
touching or moving
acquiesce
to do without argument
esoteric
intended to be understood by only a few
anathema
somthing someone doesnt do (vegiterians are anathema to meat)
Pugnacious
disire to fight
callous
heartless
bemuse
confuse
quintessence
the pureest
complacent
self satified
forebode
to predict
dither
to act hesitantly