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manifestation
something that makes clear or evident
conjecture
a theory or prediction based on uncertain or incomplete evidence; a guess
uncannily
weird, eerie, ghostly, mysterious
gingerly
very cautiously, carefully
poignant
very painful, keen; sharp in taste or smell; emotionally moving
bazaar
an oriental marketplace; a sale of donated articles for charity
capricious
guided by whim rather than judgment or purpose; subject to change
tactile
pertaining to the sense of touch; able to be perceived by touch
gnarled
knotty and twisted; rugged
subtle
difficult to percieve or understand; cunning, ingenious
steward
one who manages another's property
benefactor
a kindly helper or giver
sentinel
one who guards or keeps watch
waif
a stray person or beast, as a homeless child or a lost sheep; anything found, or without an owner
conclave
a private meeting
enterprise
an undertaking, especially an important project or venture
expedient
a means used to reach a goal
capricious
guided by whim rather than judgment or purpose; subject to change
unassuming
not forward or putting on airs; modest
veritable
true, real genuine
clandestine
done in secret; concealed or hidden
avaricious
full of greed or hunger, especially for money
pedagogue
a teacher, often a dogmatic, exacting one
interment
the act of burying in the earth; burial
haggard
appearing worn, exhausted, or gaunt from illness, sleeplessness, or grief
travail
trouble; hard labor
to work very hard; toil
ruddy
having a healthy red color
serene
clear, bright, and unclouded; not disturbed or troubled; peaceful
prone
tending to or inclined to; lying face down
conviction
a strong belief
proving or declaring guilty in court
zealous
enthusiastically devoted to a cause
broadcast
to scatter abroad; to transmit by way of radio or television
arrogant
full of pride and self-importance; haughty
chaste
pure, decent, or modest in nature and behaviour; simple in style
reconcile
to bring into harmony; to settle; to make submissive
flaunt
to display with great show; to wave freely and proudly
amiable
having a disposition which inspires friendliness; good-natured
placid
still; calm; peaceful
civil
polite or courteous; pertaining to a country's citizens
tremor
a tremoring, shivering motion; a thrill of excitement
evoke
to call forth, bring out
firmament
the sky or heavens
sentinel
one who guards or keeps watch
fickle
subject to frequent change without reason
tribulation
a condition of great affliction, oppression, or misery
eccentric
out of the ordinary; odd; whimsical
revile
to attack with abusive language
avert
to turn away; prevent; avoid
unabashed
not embarrassed, ashamed, or awed
consign
to hand over to another's care and responsibility; to devote to a purpose or use
scoff
to mock; to make fun of; to show disbelief
anxiety
a troubled, worried or uneasy feeling
suave
smoothly and graciously polite
profound
very deep; intensely felt; having or showing great knowledge
profound
very deep; intensely felt; having or showing great knowledge
subside
to sink or settle to a lower level; to become less intense
clandestine
done in secret; concealed or hidden
illuminate
to give light to, to make bright; to make clear; to enlighten
incessant
ceaseless; uninterrupted activity
contrition
a feeling of sincere sorrow for one's sins or guilt; a deep regret
convene
to meet together, to assemble especially for a common purpose
embark
to set out; to begin a journey; to engage in a business or undertaking
cumbersome
troublesome becuase of bulk or heaviness; unwieldy; clumsy
wan
looking unnaturally pale, tired, or sickly
colleague
associate