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stolid
not easily stirred or moved mentally
minstrel
a medival poet or musician who sang or recited piece of work
marionette
a puppet munipulated from above by strings attached to its joineted limbs
mausoleum
a stately and magnificent tomb
stratum
a layer of material, naturally or artifically formed
olfactory
for pertaining sense of smell
ballistics
the science or study of the motion of projectiles, as bullets, shells, or bombs
proclivities
a natural propensity or inclinaton, preaispostion
stagnant
not flowing or running as water, or air
centrifuge
an apparatus that rotates at a high speed
cataract
any furious or down poor of water
luminescent
the mission of lgiht to not be cuased by incandescnese
titillation
to excite or arouse aggreeably
noncumbustible
not flammable
exhalation
exhilerated condition or feeling
candenced
rythmic flow of a sequence of sounds or words
suffused
to spread through or over
sieve
an instrument with a meshed or perforated bottom
skepticism
skeptical attitude or temper
arsonists
someone who sets fires
praetorial
nothing or pertainging to guard
linguistics
of our belongings to a language
harlequin
a comical character
candenced
rythmic flow of a sequence of sounds or words
filligreel
anything that is very delicate
suffused
to spread through or over
sieve
an instrument with a meshed or perforated bottom
skepticism
skeptical attitude or temper
arsonists
someone who sets fires
praetorial
nothing or pertainging to guard
verbiage
over abundance of supply of words as in written or speech
perpetualt
continuing or enduring forever
linguistics
of our belongings to a language
penance
a punishment under gone becuase of sin
harlequin
a comical character
filligreel
anything that is very delicate
phosphorescient
light without heat
verbiage
over abundance of supply of words as in written or speech
perpetualt
continuing or enduring forever
seance
attempt communication
bombardier
the member of a bombing
penance
a punishment under gone becuase of sin
phosphorescient
light without heat
seance
attempt communication
bombardier
the member of a bombing
candenced
rythmic flow of a sequence of sounds or words
suffused
to spread through or over
sieve
an instrument with a meshed or perforated bottom
skepticism
skeptical attitude or temper
arsonists
someone who sets fires
praetorial
nothing or pertainging to guard
linguistics
of our belongings to a language
harlequin
a comical character
filligreel
anything that is very delicate
verbiage
over abundance of supply of words as in written or speech
perpetualt
continuing or enduring forever
penance
a punishment under gone becuase of sin
phosphorescient
light without heat
seance
attempt communication
bombardier
the member of a bombing
gandiose
affectedly grand
deluse
a great flood of water
abraved
to war down by friciton
litany
a cermonial or liturgical form of pray consisting of a series of invocations