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aesthetic
pertaining to beauty, sensitive or responsive to beauty.

artistic
defunct
no longer in existance or functioning, dead
discomfit
to frustrate, thwart, or defeat; to confuse, perplex, or embarrass.

nonplus, disconcert, foil.
espouse
to take up and support; to become attached to, adopt, to marry

embrace, wed
fetish
an object believed to have magical powers; an object of unreasoning devotion or reverence

charm, talisman, obsession
gregarious
living together in a herd or group; sociable, seeking the company of others

outgoing, extroverted
hapless
marked by a persistent absence of good luck

unlucky, ill-starred, unfortunate
impeccable
faultless, beyond criticism or blame

flawless, sportless, immaculate
importune
to trouble with demands; to bed for insistently

implore, entreat, dun, tax
interpolate
to insert between other parts or things; to present as an addition or correction

inject, interpose, introduce
irreparable
incapable of being repaired or rectified

irremediable
laconic
concise, using few words

terse, succint, pilthy, compact
langish
to become weak, feeble, or dull; to droop; to be depressed or dispirited; to suffer neglect

flag, wilt, fade, pine
mendacious
given to lying or deception, untrue

untruthful, false
nadir
the lowest point

rock bottom
omnipresent
present in all places at all times

ubiquitous, ever present
perfunctory
done in a superficial or halfhearted manner; without interest or enthusiasm

slapdash, cursory, shallow
plaintive
expressive of sorrow or woe, melancholy

sad, doleful, lugubrious
requite
to suitable repayment, as for a kindness, service, or favor; to make retaliation, as for an injury or wrong

reimburse, recompense, avenge
tantamount
equivalent, having the same meaning, value, or effect

indistinguishable from
moribund
in a dying state, near death

extinction
necromancer
magic in general

withcraft
inexorable
not to be persuaded

unyielding, unalterable
impecunious
having little or no money

penniless, poor
flaccid
not firm

soft, limp
ebullient
overflowing with enthusiasm
eclectic
selecting or choosing from various sources
detritus
debris
deprecate
to express disaproval

belittle
delectable
delightful, highly pleasing

delicious