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Pagan
One who has no religion
Wedged
1.To split or force apart with or as if with a wedge.

2.To fix in place or tighten with a wedge.

3.To crowd or squeeze into a limited space.

4.To become lodged or jammed.
Gutsy
Marked by courage or daring;Plucky
Franchise
A privilege or right officially granted a person or a group by a government
insideous
1.Working or spreading harmfully in a subtle or stealthy manner: insidious rumors; an insidious disease.

2.Intended to entrap; treacherous: insidious misinformation.

3.Beguiling but harmful; alluring: insidious pleasures.
Consummate
Conclude
Futile
1.Having no useful result.
2.Trifling and frivolous; idle: the futile years after her artistic peak.
Nuance
A subtle or slight degree of difference, as in meaning, feeling, or tone; a gradation.
cynical
Believing or showing the belief that people are motivated chiefly by base or selfish concerns; skeptical of the motives of others
platitude
A trite or banal remark or statement, especially one expressed as if it were original or significant
smack
To give an indication; be suggestive
Euphoric
A feeling of great happiness or well-being
concoction
To devise, using skill and intelligence;contrive
candor
1.Frankness or sincerity of expression; openness.
2.Freedom from prejudice; impartiality.
Poked
To push or jab at, as with a finger or an arm; prod
whacked
1.To strike (someone or something) with a sharp blow; slap.
2.To kill deliberately; murder.
Endorse
To acknowledge (receipt of payment) by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument
relentless
1.Unyielding in severity or strictness; unrelenting: relentless persecution.
2.Steady and persistent; unremitting: the relentless beat of the drums.