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stolid
(adj) hard to arouse; not easily excited
illumination
(n) lighting up or making bright; enlightenment
refracted
(v) to bend from a straight course
melancholy
(n) a condition of sadness or low spirits
trajectory
(n) a curved path of a projectile
proclivities
(n) a tendency or inclination toward something
objectivity
(n) without bias or prejudice
spectacle
(n) a remarkable sight
condemnation
(n) to have a strong disapproval of something
ravenous
(adj) greedily hungry
stagnet
(adj) not flowing or moving; dull, slugish
cacophony
(n) harsh, jarring sound; discord
luminescent
(adj) giving off light without heat
feigning
(v) pretending; to make-up
quibble
(v) evade the point or truth by twisting the meaning of words
perfunctorily
(adj) done merely for the sake of getting rid of the duty; mechanical; done from force of habit
aesthetic
(adj) having an appreciation of beauty in nature or art
penance
(n) voluntary self-punishment to show repentance
fragmentary
(adj) consisting of fragments; not complete
incite
(v) to urge to action; rouse