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Bestial
Adj; Lacking in intelligence or reasoning ... subhuman
Blandishment
Noun; Flattering meant to persuade.
Emancipated
Verb; To be freed, liberated.
Leprous
Adj; Of, relating to, or resembling leprosy
Manacle
Noun; Handcuffs
Queue
Noun; A line of waiting people or vehicles.
Unremittingly
Adj; Never slacking, persistent
Wizened
Verb; To dry up; wither or shrivel.
Compatriot
Noun; A fellow countryman.
Edict
Noun; An official decree, enstated by an authority.
Expound
Verb; To give a detailed statement of, to set forth.
Firmament
Noun; the sky
Hermetically
Adv; in an air tight manner
Pestilential
Adj; Causing or tending to cause a disease.
Pillage
Verb; To rob of goods by force
Premonition
Noun; A warning in advance, a forewarning.
Contagion
Noun; Disease transmission by direct or indirect contact
Embarkation
Noun; The act of passengers and crew getting aboard a veichle
Encumbrance
Noun; One who takes a heavy load, burden
Indeterminate
Adj; Not precisely determined
Rivet
Noun; To fasten together, or secure
Semblance
Noun; A representation that is meant to mislead
Vigilance
Noun; Alert watchfulness
Provisions
Noun; A stock or supply of foods