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Beseech
To implore urgently, to urgently appeal
Abhors
To strongly reject something, loath, detest
Validity
Being well grounded, logical
Beguiled
To cheat, decieve or fool
Appertaining
The appropriate response to an action, to be relevant
Fickle
Not constant or loyal in affections
Banishment
To condemn to exile. To expel from or relegate to a country or plac by authoritative decree
Tedious
Tiresome because or length, slowness, or dullness
Mantle
A loose cloak without sleeves
Consort
To combine in musical harmony (companions or partners)
Rancor
Bitter hate or spite
Predominant
Most frequent or most common
Enmity
Deep seeded mutual hatred, hostility
Envious
Jealous, filled with envy/resentment
Invocation
used to conjure someone or pursue/convince
Chide
To voice disapproval
Lamentable
to express grief for or about something
Poultice
A soft, moist mass of bread or clay
Drudge
Tesdious or unpleasent to work with
Discourse
To narrate, to discuss things
Loathed
To dislike (someone or something) greatly, to detest
Purged
To purify, to get rid of anything impure or undesirable
Benefice
A church office endowed with fixed capital assests
Alderman
A member or a municipal legislative body
Boisterous
Rough, noisy, stormy, violent
Obscured
Faint, not heard well
Esteem
To regard with high admiration and respect
Heretics
A person who holds controversial opinions
Languish
Weak or feable
Posterity
Future generations
Transgression
Violation of a law, command, or duty
Portentous
Anticipation of evil, foreboding
Augmenting
To make something bigger (which is already developed)
Pernicious
Evil or wicked. Highly injurious or destructive
Profaners
To treat (something sacred) with abuse, contempt or irrelevance