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petulant
unreasonably irritable or ill-tempered; peevish.
deftly
quickly & skillfully
ominous
menacing, threatening
palpable
felt tangilbe, easily perceived
gravitating
to be attracted as if an irresistible force
nondescript
lacking distinctive qualities
acquisition
something acquired or gained
exasperated
to make very angry or impatient, annoy greatly
transgression
violation of law, command, or duty
assuage
to lessen the intensity, something that pains ro suffers, to quiet
vigil
fully awake
endeavor
to strike or achieve
deprivation
loss, removla
deferential
showing or expressing respect
resolute
resolved, marked by frim determination
consummately
flawlessly, perfectly
intractably
not easily managed, governed, or directed, obstinately
relinquishing
leaving behind, giving up, yielding
subtely
delicately, craftly
interposes
interrupts
forshadowing
a prediction or hint about what is going to happen later on
tone
a style or way of speaking or writing (arouses)
theme
what the story is about, the statement about, the message
conflict
the central problem in the plot of a story that needs to be resolved
plot
the sequence of events in a story