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gyves
(archaic) shackle, especially for the leg; fetter
mickle
a large number, or amount, or extent
baleful
harmful or evil in intent or effect
dote
to be weak minded due to old age 2)to show excessive fondness
rote
n) a memorizing process using routine or repetition adj) understand or learn
something by memorizing
rancor
bitter, long-lasting resentment; deep-seated ill will
prate
to talk idly and at length; chatter
louring
dark or threatening as in the sky
chide
to find fault with, reproach or blame; scold
bandy
to toss back and forth
martial
suitable for or having to do with war or the military
hie
to go quickly, hasten
hap
an accidental happening, something happening by chance
mew
to confine in or as if in a cage
jocund
feeling, expressing, or communicating mirth or cheer; cheerful; merry
discourse
n)a formal or extensive speech or writing v)to speak or write formally
hilding
an unfortunate, unhappy person who is of the lowest quality and fit only
for servant tasks
mammet
a puppet or doll
stratagem
a clever, often underhanded scheme meant to achieve an objective
absolve
to pronounce free of guilt or sin
abate
to lessen in force or intensity; reduce or decrease
behest
v)to make an authoritative command n)an authoritative command
orison
prayer
behoove
to be necessary for
conceit
1)the result of intellectual activity; a thought or an opinion 2)a fanciful
thought or idea.
inexorable
incapable of being stopped or turned aside; relentless