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Dialate
To make wider or larger
Odious
Arousing or meriting strong dislike, avasion, or intense displeasure
Progeny
A child or decendent
Expedient
To speed up the process, to accelerate
Capacious
Capable of containing a large quantity, spacious
Ardent
Expressing or characterized by warmth of feeling; passionate
Emaciated
To be extremely thin
Wretched
In a state of distress or misfortune; misrable
Paroxysm
Sudden outburst of emotion
Harrowing
Extremely distressing
Precipitous
Extremely steep
Commiserate
To express sorrow or pitty
Slaked
To satisfy a craving, to lessen the force
Debiliated
Showing impairment of energy or strength
Inclemency
Stormy
Sustenance
The act or condition of being sustained
Benevolent
Doing good, organized for the benefit of charity
Purloined
To steal, a violation of trust
Exhortations
A speech that advises or encourages
Abhorrent
Discusting, loathsome or repellent
Wantonly
Excessive, cruel, spoiled
Augmented
To make more, add
Epithets
An abusive word
Sanguinary
bloodshead
Detrimental
Causing damage or harm
Indolence
habitual laziness
Languid
Lacking engery
Sophisms
Plausible but fallacious argument
Reveries
Daydreaming
Calamity
An event that brings a terrible loss
Oblivion
Being completely forgotten
Rankling
List of items in a group
Penury
Extreme want or poverty, destitution
Caprice
An impulsive change
Cursory
Performed with haste and no attention to detail
Prognosticated
To predict
Countenance
Appearance, in the face
Indefatigable
Not capable of being tired
Physiognomy
The art of judging human character from the face
Obliterated
To do away with
Fetter
A chain for the ankles of feet
Immutable
Not subject to change
Vacillation
To sway from one side to the other
Salubrious
Favorable to health or well-being
Carnage
Massacre
Ignominious
Marked by shame or disgrace
Timorous
Timid
Obdurate
Hardened by wrong-doing
Perdition
Loss of soul
Inexorable
Not able to be persuaded by entreaty, relentless
Interment
Placing something below
Retrospect
Review, survey, or thinking of psat
Repungance
Extreme dislike
Imperious
Overbearing
Apalling
To fill with dismay
Posterity
future generations
Portend
To serve as an omen or warning
Diabolical
Satanic
Satiated
To fully satisfy
Conflagration
A large fire