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Assail
to attack with criticism or abuse; assault; ridicule
boon
something to be thankful for;jolly
contrition
sincere remorse
discern
to perceive by sight or some other sense or by intellect; see
prodigal/dissolute
profligate; ggiven to immoral or improper conduct
bequest
legacy
edification
moral improvement; moral instruction
exhort
urge
fallible
capable of error
earmark
set aside for a specific purpose
filial
having the realtionship of a child to a parent
ignominious
disgraceful; humiliating
infernal
hellish
imperiled
endanger
indiscretion
that which lacks prudence or sound judgment
lucid
clear; easily understood
manifold
many kinds; numerous and varied
dissolute
utterly and shamelessly immoral; prodigal
spurn
reject with disdain or scorn
reconcile
make good again; harmonize or settle
repudiate
cast off; disown; reject with disapproval, dcondemnation or denial
wayfarer
one who travels on foot
profligate/prodigal
wastefully or recklessly extravagant