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very sharp
acute
indifferently
apathetically
large fire
conflagration
agonizing
excrutiating
ability to live forever
immortality
lacking physical mass
intangible
said again
reiterated
very strict
stringent
not obvious
subtle
waves
undulations
obviously
conspicuously
with great detail
graphically
disbelief; skepticism
incredulity
accusation
indictment
shameful, extravagant
outrageous
spread throughout
permeate
a repeated phrase
refrain
Biblical writings
Scriptures
inconspicuously
unobtrusively
retaliation
vengeance
to begin
commence
awareness
conciousness
unusual; odd
eccentric
one who starts a business
entrepreneur
tombstone inscription
epitaph
highly thought of
esteemed
frustration
exasperation
lack of ability to read and write
illiteracy
appearing to threaten
looming
cultured
sophisticated
reduced in length
abridged
to increase
augment
to interpret
construe
conversation
discourse
surrounded; included
encompassed
stirred to action
enkindled
an illness
infirmity
to intervene
interpose
extraordanairily ominous
portentous
remarkable people or events
prodigies
ghostly figure
apparition
to criticize severely
censure
desirous
covetous
produced
engendered
to ask for; to beg
entreat
embittered; angry
envenomed
sought favor by flattery
fawned
sadness; depression
melancholy
prohibition
proscription
a greeting
salutation
to think of
conceive
disheartened; disconsolate
despondent
with a lack of confidence
diffidently
about to take place
impending
clear; easily understood
lucid
pretaining to war
martial
not straightforward
oblique
difficult experience
ordeal
pattern; system
regimen
to mock or make fun of
scoff
increasing loudness
crescendo
desire to know
curiosity
freed from being tangled
extricated
having impressive qualities
formidable
an incentive; reason
impetus
casually indifferent
nonchalant
threatening evil or danger
ominous
peacefully; calmly
placidly
bulky; slow-moving
ponderous
to gather military information
reconnoiter