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mull
to ponder
burnish
to make smoothe or glossy
staid
fixed, permanent
indignation
anger and offense aroused by something unjust
chaff
to make fun of
overweening
arrogant
squander
spend wastefully
inept
foolish
unbridled
unrestrained
guile
skillful deceit
portent
an omen
fraught
upsetting
pernicious
tending to cause death ro serious injury
redolent
having or emitting fragrance
libation
pouring of liquid offering
roving
wandering, roaming
staunch
stop or check the blood flow
craven
charachterized by being fearful or cowardly
broach
bring up for discussion, debate
sally
sudden rush forward
steel
make hard
vaunt
brag
zealous
set on a goal
pine
to yearn
circumspect
prudent
pungent
affecting the organs of taste or smell with sharp sensation
harry
harass
roil
make muddy or cloudy by stirring up, vex
suppliant
one who asks humbly
blithe
carefree, lacking concern
beguile
to decieve or charm
flout
scorn, insult
consort
parter, spouse, to unite
flag
hang limply
maw
mouth, stomoach, jaws of voracious animals
temper
modify, adjust to desired condition/calmness of mind
fawn
seek favor or attention by flattery
haggard
distrought, appearing worn
sere
withered, dry
bastion
well fortified stronghold
ignominious
marked by shame or disgrace, despicable
wraith
apparition of a living person that appears as a portent just before that person’s death; ghost of a dead person; something shadowy
riven
torn apart
upbraid
scold sharply
drove
flock or herd of people
debauch
corrupt morally
pith
heart, essential inner part
brawn
muscular strength
cadge
beg, or get by begging