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molest
to annoy or meddle so as to trouble or harm
pavilion
a large tent with a peaked top
seneschal
a servant in a medieval household
hermitage
a place where a person can live away from other people
smitten
to hit or strike hard
homage
anything given or done to show honor
reproach
shame, disgrace, or blame
penance
a sacrament involving the confession of sin and repentance
base
with little or no honor
portcullis
a heavy iron grate suspended by chains and lowered to bar the gateway to a castle
plaintive
expressing sorrow
vile
morally wicked; evil
succour
to aid in time of need
purge
to cleanse of guilt, sin
bulwark
a ship's side above the deck
fiend
an inhumanly wicked or cruel person
cleft
split; divided
minstrel
a poet, singer, or musician
comely
pleasant to look at; attractive
sluggard
a habitually lazy person
desolate
lonely; solitary
oratory
skill in public speaking
tryst
an appointment to meet at a specified time and place
stalwart
sturdy
scullion
a servant doing rough, dirty work in the kitchen
adversary
opponent; enemy
homage
anything given or done to show reverence
insolent
boldly disrepectful in speech and behavior
vitals
the essential parts of anything
vaunt
to boast or brag
cavalcade
procession of horsement or carriages
pensive
thinking deeply, often of sad or melancholy things
frugal
not costly; inexpensive or meager
dolorous
sorrowful or sad
boon
blessing
dais
a platform raised above the floor at one end of a hall or room
impious
lacking reverence for God
entreaty
an earnest request or plea
prowess
superior ability or skill
recluse
a person who leads a solitary life