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ponderous
very heavy; massive
pertains
concerns; has to do with
edifice
a building, esp. a large imposing one
inauspicious
not favorable; not promising
indubitably
unquestionably
heterodox
unorthodox
venerable
impressive because of age or reputation
ignominious
shameful; humiliating
haughty
proud in a disdainful way; arrogant
ignominy
shame; disgrace
inferred
drawn as a conclusion
disdainful
proudly aloof; scornful
preternaturally
supernaturally
remonstrance
an objection; a peal of protest
visage
face; facial features
manifest
evident; obvious
heterogeneous
of different originsl not of the same kind
imperceptible
not noticeable; not observable
sagacity
wisdom
eminent
distinguished; high in rank or position
mien
a person's manner or bearing
tremulous
quivering; trembling
effectual
likely to produce a desired result
pervaded
spread throughout
amenable
responsive; willing to submit
demeanor
manner
intimated
hinted at
peremptory
undeniable; final; absolute
efficacy
effectiveness
feigned
pretended
lurid
sensational; shocking
annihilate
to destroy completely
inscrutable
mysterious; incapable of being understood
repugnance
extreme distaste
exhortation
a strong urging or pleading
talisman
an object with magic power; a charm
apprehension
an anxious feeling about that future
mutability
changeableness
caprice
a whim; a sudden change of mind
perverse
contrary; deviating from what is considered right
malicious
spiteful; intentionally harmful
constrained
compelled
evoked
called forth
inviolable
indestructable
reviled
used abusive language toward