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fettle
state or condition of health, fitness, wholeness, spirit, or form – often used in the phrase in fine fettle
humiliate
to reduce to a lower position in one’s own eyes or others’ eyes
interminable
having or seeming to have no end <an interminable class or baseball game> <Odysseus’ interminable journey>
reproach
an expression of rebuke or disapproval
ravenous
very greedy or eager for food or satisfaction <a ravenous attitude>
presumption
attitude or belief based on probability (assumption)
lacrimation
the abnormal or excessive secretion of tears (crying excessively)
consecrate
to make or declare sacred
illustrious
notably or brilliantly outstanding because of achievements or actions
requite
to make return for; repay; to make retaliation for (avenge)
indefatigable
incapable of being fatigued; untiring
insatiable
incapable of being satisfied <had an insatiable desire for wealth>