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palpable
easily felt or touched
indolently
lazily
disarming
removing or lessening suspicions or fears
amenities
comforts and conveniences
imprudent
unwise
scruples
feelings of doubt or guilt about a suggested action
solicitously
in a concerned manner
opiate
anything that tends to soothe or calm someone
deplorable
regrettable; very bad
precariously
unsteadily; in an unstable manner
paradox
something that has or seems to have contradictory qualities
resilient
elastic; able to return to the original shape quickly after being stretched or compressed
annihilate
destroy; wipe out
expendable
worth sacrificing to gain an objective
teeming
swarming; overflowing
remit
give back payment
undulate
move in waves
revoke
cancel; withdraw
primeval
primitive; of the earliest times
subliminal
below the level of consciousness
disposition
personality or temperament
placid
calm; untroubled
apprehensive
fearful
garish
too bright
recounted
described in detail; narrated
sullen
gloomy
FURTIVELY
stealthily, as if to avoid being seen or heard
imperative
extremely important; urgent
fretful
irritable and discontented
deft
skillful in a quick, sure and easy way
intravenously
directly into a vein
discern
detect by looking carefully
oppressive
heavy; hard to endure
frivolous
silly, not as serious as the occasion requires
precipitous
very steep
acquiesced
accepted; complied with
marauders
people who roam in search of loot
languor
weakness; weariness
succor
help given to someone in destress; relief