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Abate
Verb

Become or make less, diminish, weaken
Agape
Adjective

Gaping, open mouthed
Alien
Adjective

Belonging to a different group, different in nature
Amorphous
Adjective

Without shape or form
Assuage
Verb

Calm or smoothe, appease
Altrocity
Noun

The quality or state of being extremely wicked, cruel or brutal
Beacon
Noun

Warning or guiding signal station, lighthouse, light
Boisterous
Adjective

Loud, lively, noisily exuberant, rowdy
Carnal
Adjective

Of or relating ot the flesh, relating to crude bodily pleasures
Conflageration
Noun

A great and destructive fire
Consternation
Noun

Sudden fear or amazement
Disdain
Noun

Feeling of hatred for what is beneath a person
Endured
Verb

Having experienced a hardship or difficult time
Ephemerel
Adjective

Fleeting, momentary
Fantatic
Noun

A person who is excessively enthusiastic or uncritical in devotion
Felicitous
Adjective

Well chosen, apt, appropriate behavior
Frugal
Adjective

Sparing or economical especially as regards to food; meager; costing little
Futile
Adjective

Useless, ineffective, frivolous
Gaunt
Adjective

Lean, haggard, desolate, grim
Hedonism
Noun

The belief that pleasure or happiness is the only good in life
Homage
Expression of high regard or respect
Inert
Adjective

Without action, lifeless, without power or action
Inscrutable
Adjective

Incapable of being understood, mysterious
Lethargy
Noun

Abnormal drowsiness, sluggishness, laziness
Mettlesome
Ajective

Full of spirit
Miasma
Noun

A foul vapor or odor thought to cause disease
Opaque
Adjective

Cloudy, blocking the passage of light or sun
Opulent
Adjective

Wealthy, amply provided for
Permeated
Verb

Seeped through
Petulant
Adjective

Rude and insolent in speech
Prefecture
Noun

An area of designated land
Profuse
Adverb

Many in number, extravagant
Pugnacity
Noun

Disagreeable, quarrelsome in nature
Raucous
Adjective

Loud, disorderly, boisterous
Remorse
Noun

A feeling of sadness or guilt for past wrongs
Resilient
Adjective

Tending to recover froms hock or upset, bouncing back into shape
Respite
Noun

Interval or rest or relief, break
Reverence
Noun

To hold in deep respect or regard
Scrutiny
Noun

Critical examination, close investigation
Slatternly
Adverb

Messy, dirty, sloppy, untidy
Stout
Adjective

1- brave
2- large in size, fat, corpulent
Succinct
Adjective

Concise, brief
Suppurated
Verb

Formed puss, festered as infected
Taciturn
Adjective

Quiet, reserved in speech, saying little
Timitidity
Noun

Fear, fright, shyness
Tranquil
Adjective

Pacific, peaceful
Tumulus
Noun

Ancient burial mound
Unerringly
Adverb

Without error or mistake
Vibrant
Adjective

Filled with life or vigor
Vivacious
Adjective

Lively in temper, conduct, or spirit
Volition
Noun

An act of making a choice or decision
Xenophobia
Noun

Fear of strangers or people of different backgrounds or cultures
Indigenous
Adjective

Native to, having originated in or being produced in the native area
Impudent
Adjective

Rude, impertinent