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suppliants
asking humbly
lamentation
to feel deep sorrow, grieve, mourn
chaplets
a wreath of garland for the head
pyre
a pile on which a dead body is burned for a funeral
augury
divination from omens
revelation
a revealing, or disclosing of something
expel
to drive out by force
defilement
to make filthy or dirty
compunction
a sharp feeling of uneasiness brought on by a sense of guilt
pallid
pale
besieger
assailer
riven
to split of cleave
proclamation
an official announcement
edict
authoritative command
sterile
incapable of expanding
choragos
chorus leader
clairvoyant
foresee the future
seer
one who is believed to have special power of foreseeing future events
pestilence
epidemic disease
divination
art of practicing of foretelling the future
temperate
free from extreme temperatures
opprtune
well timed
prudent
having good judgement
insolence
rude behavior
infamy
being famous for something bad
regicide
act of killing a king
desolate
alone
indiscretion
lacking careful judgement
brazen
bold, shameless or impudent
anarchy
absence of government and law
duplicity
treachery , hypothetical deceit
malice
desire to cause pain against someone else
soothsayer
one who claims to be able to foretell future events
foreboding
foretelling
maundering
to talk or ramble incoherently
abomination
that which is disgusting or loathsome
blasphemy
expression of contempt for God
impious
not religious
sepulchre
burial place
skewer
long pin used to hold meat together while cooking
baseness
morally law
maledictionn
slander someone
engender
produce
execrable
detestable
bane
death destruction ruin