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abet
to encourage or to assist (usually an offense against justice of the law)
agile
characterized by ability to move quickly with suppleness and grace
antidote
something that relieves the effects of poison
ascertain
to find out definitely; to determine
benevolence
kindness, generosity, charity
desolate
deserted, without inhabitants, barren
din
loud and discordant noises, cacophony
dissuade
to advise against, to talk out of
distend
to expand, to swell
enervation
weakness
eulogy
praise or tribute
fitful
irregular
indelible
cannot be removed, washed away or erased
inert
unable to move or to act, sluggish
malevolence
ill will or evil intentions
obliterate
to remove all traces of; to do away with; to destroy completely; to cancel; 40 tier-0 players vs. Onyxia
ornate
excessively decorated
paucity
scarcity, fewness of number, dearth
piety
devotion and reverence to God
precarious
dangerous, risky, not a secure situation
prosaic
commonplace, uninspired, banal
quiescent
inactive, dormant
scintillating
sparkling, shining, or flashing
squalid
filthy in appearance, sordid
vexation
discomfort or distress
abridge
to shorten, to diminish
alacrity
prompt and cheerful response
antipathy
a dislike, distaste, or enmity
augment
to make greater or to supplement
bombastic
using inflated language, pompous
decry
to speak against, to rail against, to disparage
eclectic
coming from a variety of diverse sources
enhance
to make better, to improve
euphonious
pleasant or agreeable (sound); duicet
fervid
ardent, burning, impassioned
impecunious
without money
ingratiate
to make an effort to gain good favor with someone
luxuriant
abundant in growth, very fertile
paltry
trifling; petty; worthless
pedantry
act of showing off learning in a manner that is needless and unimaginative
placid
peaceful, calm
preclude
to make impossible
promontory
land or rock projecting into a body of water
raze
to completely destroy
secular
nonreligious, worldly
static (adj.)
having no motion, showing little change
tact
a keen sense for what is appropriate or tasteful in delicate situations
torpid
sluggish, inactive, dull
vindicated
cleared of accusations or charges
vindictive
revengeful, spiteful