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(v) to go ashore; to leave a vehicle
disembark
(v) to decrease gradually in size or intensity
wane
(n) a sense of impending evil or misfortune
foreboding
(adj) having an abnormally pale complextion
pallid
(adv) seemingly uninterrupted
perpetually
(adj) standing above others in character or reputation
eminent
(adj) unsettling; eerie
uncanny
(adj) attacked in ambush
waylaid
(adj) doubtful
dubious
(v)to resist doing something
forbear
ACQUIESCE
(VERB) TO GIVE IN
BRUSQUELY
(ADVERB) RUDE, ROUGH, ABRUPT
CAUSTIC
(ADJECTIVE)SHARP, SARCASTIC, CRITICAL
CONSPIRE
(VERB) TO PLOT
EXONERATE
(VERB)TO RELEASE FROM BLAME
LACONIC
(ADJECTIVE) USING FEW WORDS; EXPRESSING MUCH IN A FEW WORDS
OVERT
(ADJECTIVE)OPEN; NOT HIDDEN; OBVIOUS
PALPABLE
(ADJECTIVE) EASILY PERCEIVED, INTENSLEY FELT
SAGACITY
(NOUN) WISDOM
CONDONE
(VERB) TO FORGIVE, OVERLOOK, SUPPORT