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placidity
calm and tending not to become excited, upset, or disturbed, or appearing so
indelible
impossible to remove and therefore remaining forever
incessant
continuing for a long time without stopping
marred
to spoil or detract from something
desolate
bare, uninhabited, and deserted
primeval
at or from the ancient, original stages in the development of something
petulant
ill-tempered or sulky in a peevish manner
undulating
to move, or cause something to move, in waves or in a movement resembling waves
imperceptibly
very slight or gradual
transpostition
a reversal or alteration of the positions or order in which things stand
premonitory
a strong feeling, without a rational basis, that a particular thing is going to happen
languidly
lacking vigor and energy