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something that is thought to bring good luck or have magic power
talisman
easy
facile
the state of being calm and at peace
serenity
lovers' secret meeting at a certain time or place
tryst
fealfulness alarm or dread
trepidation
cauthion, carfulness
prudence
unsing few words in a rude manner
curtly
pardon or pronounce clear of guilt or shame
absolve
calm and peaceful
tranquil
king
sovereign
extraordinarily, wonderfully
prodigiously
thing that absorbs or occupies the mind
preoccupation
a wise and trusted counselor or teacher
mentor
liberation or a freeing from slavery
manumission
secret love affair
intrigue
something given or done to make up for an injury or loss
amends
uneasiness and self doubt
qualm
rude or disrespectful
insolent
a trusted friend to whom one tells a secret
confidant
in an irritable manner
pettishly
Asylum
a shelter
an artificial display meant to impress others
affectation
a daydream
reverie
unable to become tired
indefatigable
on the surface
superficially
facial expression
countenance
playful flirtation
coquetry
the pure concentrated essence of a thing
quintessence
an act that does not show proper respect or manners
impertinence
gradual return to health and strength after illness
convalescence
extremely upset and confused
distraught
excessive flattery or admiration
adulation
attendant or person who serves at a royal court
courtier
a poisonous atmosphere that was once thought to rise from swamps and cause disease
miasma
almost always silent
taciturn
bitter regret or sorrow for wrongdoing
repentance
expressionless, without emotion
impassive
careful about deciding what is right or wrong
scrupulous
unpredictable or whimsical
capricious
faithfully
staunchly
middle or distance around the waist
girth
betrayal of trust, disloyalty
treachery
in a way that does not attract attention
inconspicuously
an adolescent youth
stripling
serve as an omen or warning of something
portend
a daze a state of mental numbness
stupor
a person having no influence or value
cipher
sudden fit or attack
paroxysm
in a difficult hard working manner
laboriously
extremely carful and precise
meticulous
imipulsive or hasty, actin with little thought
impetuous
ooze or pass out gradually through the pores
exude
a dramatic realization
revelation
great fear that makes one feel helpless
consternation
having a hidden meaning, mysterious
cryptic
shame, dishoner or humiliation
ignominy
Austere
very plain, lacking ornament or decoration
bossy, overbearing
imperious