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sojourn
temporarily stay
thrall
slavery
luminous
enlightening; brilliant intellectually
heed
careful attention
mandate
authoritative command
pillage
plundering
promontory
bluff, part of plateau, overlooking a lowland
remiss
careless
gentry
upper ruling class
uncouth
strange
comely
attractive/suitable/welcoming
ardor
passion
vicutals
food provisions
consort
to agree
abase
humiliate/bring down
languish
to become weak
affront
insult/offend
feign
to disguise or conceal
wanton
hard to control/inhumane
hapless
unfortunate
guile
sly trickery
profusion
plentiful supply/great quantity
annexed
attached as an addition
prodigious
very big/huge
peals
loud sounds
boon
blessing
desolation
sadness/lonliness
beguile
to deceive cunningly
foreboding
have feeling of something bad going to happen/foretell
disconsolate
very sad/dejected
somber
gloomy
atone
to make amends for a sin
bane
killer/destroyer
implacable
not possible to change, satisfy, or please
impalpable
unable to be felt by touch
maelstrom
large, powerful whirlpool
timorous
fearful
wantonness
carelessness
gallant
brave/noble man
eddied
to move or whirl in currents
assent
to agree
anoint
dedicate to the service of god
booty
plunder/pillage
crux
essential point requiring resolution
colloquy
discussion/conversation
stockade
barrier made of stakes
palisade
fence for defense
swill
to drink greedily/grossly
concubine
second wife
amenity
features providing comfort or luxury
chattel
property other than land/slaves
provision
something provided
clarion
loud and clear
dally
to waste/delay
minion
follower/helper
quandary
state of uncertainty/dilemma
impudence
disrespectful
cower
to crouch in fear or shame
oblation
the act of offering something
conjure
to call forth by magical words
dole
distribute in charity/handout
respite
put off/delay
mendicant
beggar
goad
to provoke or prod
niggard
stingy/ungenerous
pith
essential part
flout
mock/treat with scorn
galling
irritating/shocking
compunction
guilt/remorse
blithe
joyous/carefree
maudlin
excessively emostional
suppliant
asking humbly/earnestly
odium
hatred
impervious
not letting anything pass through
callow
immature
covey
group
hackles
anger
forlorn
sad miserable
rout
defeat
disconcerted
throw into confusion
contending
struggling
harried
harassed/beset by problems
plundered
took by force/looted/stole
valor
personal bravery
insolence
quality of being overbearing/rude
sage
wise
indignation
anger aroused by something unjust
lament
to express sorrow/mourn
audacity
bold/arrogant
tactacian
clever maneuverer
broach
to mention or suggest for the first time
insidious
stealthily treacherous or deceitful
brazen
marked by boldness
rebuffed
rejected/criticized
libation
pouring a liquid as a sacrafice
lithe
characterized by flexibility and grace
anguish
extreme pain/distress
desolation
loneliness/devastation
feign
to conceal/disguise
abhorred
detest/loathe
quills
feather used to weave a shroud
rasping
irritating/harsh
quiver
case for carrying arrows
commandeer
to take possession of by force
coddle
to treat with extreme care/pamper
revelry
boisterous festivity/merrymaking
runnels
narrow channel or course/brook
tithe
a tenth part (income)
threshold
entrance
mettle
ability to keep going/strength
bordello
house of prostitutes
flog
to beat severely with a stick
brimestone
sulfur
tremulous
fearful
sally
to rush or leap forth
threnody
song of mourning sorrow
unguent
ointment
wily
tricky
baseness
dishonorable/selfish/cowardly
arbiter
a judge