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Indefatigable
never tired
Perpetually
endlessly; always
Bestow
to give as a gift
Oblivion
the state of being completely forgotten
Resolve
to determine or to make a firm decision about
Sustenance
means of living, source of nourishment
Procure
to obtain
Adversity
hardship
Contrive
to devise, plan, or manage; to form in an artistic manner
Pittance
a small portion, amount, or wage
subsistence
means for exictence; the necessities of life
Interment
burial
Relinquish
to renounce or surrender something
utility
usefulness, efficiency, functionality
Repent
to regret a past action
Docile
tame, willing to be taught
Animated
lively, excited, filled with spirit; having life, alive
Constraint
something that forces or compels; something that restrains or confines
Luxuriant
elegant, lavish
Pretension
the quality of being arrogant, snobbishness; a false claim; an allegation of doubtful value
Intercession
the act of intervening between feuding parties to help achieve an agreement
Dissimilitude
lack of resemblance or similarity
Aerial
celestial, imaginary
compensate
to repay or reimburse
Chivalry
the qualities of an ideal knight, honor, courtesy, and generosity
Indulgent
lenient, tolerant
Amiable
friendly, pleasant, likable
Ardor
passion, enthusiasm
Emulation
jealous rivalry, ambition to excel
Incite
to move to action, to urge on
odious
Hasteful, contempible
Destitute
very poor, poverty stricken, lacking
Taint
to spoil or infect; to stain honor
Ignoble
dishonorable, not noble in character
Torrent
a turbulent, fast flowing stream
Predilection
preference, liking
Inclemency
storminess; unmercifulness, lack of lenience
Apathy
lack of feeling or emotion
Neglect
to ignore or disregard, to be negligent
Chimerical
fanciful, imaginary, visionary
Cursory
hastily done, superficial
Avidity
keen eagerness; consuming greed
Procure
to obtain
Censure
an expression of disapproval or criticism
Disclose
to open up, divulge
Diligence
steady and earnest application of effort
Elixir
a substance capable of sustaining life indefinitely; a medicinal concoction
Banish
to force to leave, exile
Invulnerable
impossible to harm, protected
Fidelity
loyalty
Distillation
the evaperation and collection of a liquid by condensing as a means of purifying
Disinclination
aversion, reluctance
Discouse
to talk or converse
Utility
usefulness, efficiency, functionality
Lexicon
a dictionary; the vocabulary of a language
Devolve
to pass on; to degenerate gradually
Afflict
to distress severely so as to cause persistent anguish
Banish
to force to leave, exile
Pre-Eminence
Superiority, sense of being outstanding
Comply
to yield or agree, to go along with
Resolve
to determine or to make a firm decision about
Entreaty
a plea or request
Imprudence
carelessness, lack of caution
Malignant
evil in influence or effect; aggressively malicious; tending to prodice death
Prognosticate
to indicate in advance; to forecast
Fortitude
strength, stamina
Benignity
kindness, gentleness, charity
Consolation
something providing comfort or solace for a loss or hardship
Indulge
to give in to a craving or desire
Countenance
apperance, facial expression
Irreparable
unable to be repaired
Indulhence
lenience, the act of giving into desires
Sacrilege
a technical violation of something, someone, or someplace sacred
Defer
to delay, to delegate to another
Respite
interval of relief
Imperious
arrogantly self-assured, domineering, overbearing
Devolve
to pass on; to degenerate gradually
Console
to alleviate grief and raise spirits of, provide solace
Lament
to deplore, grieve
Compliance
concession, submission, obedience
Superfuous
Extra, more than necessary
Melancholy
sad, depressing
Invincible
invulnerable, unbeatable
Repugnance
strong dislike, distaste, or antagonism; an instance of contradiction or inconsistency
countenance
appearance, facial expression
Ardentl
passionately, enthusiastically, fervidly
Repent
to regret a past action
Affirmative
a statement of agreement; a valid confirmation
Procure
to obtain
Reprobate
to disapprove of, condemn
Repulsive
offensive, disgusting, sickening
Doctrine
instruction, teaching, a body of theories or principles
Contempt
disrespect, scorn
Futile
serving no useful purpose; hopeless
Chimera
a fanciful mental illusion
Fervour
passion, intensity, zeal
Panegyric
elaborate praise; formal hymn of praise
Transmute
to change in apperance or shpae
Mimic
to imitate or copy
Mien
characterictics expressice of attitude or personality
Affability
friendliness, courteousness
Contempt
disrespect, scorn
Zeal
passion or devotion for a cause
Erroneously
with errors; mistakenly
Presumption
rudeness, improper boldness
Affectation
fakeness, phoniness, artificiality, false display
Neglect
to ignore or disregard, to be negligent
Derange
to disturb the functions of; to make insane