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Grith
The distance around someting; something that encircles
Gilt
To overlay with a thin coating of gold; to give a superficial bright aspect
Dismal
Sd; without hope; gloomy
Melancholy
Sad, gloomy, weary
Supine
Lying on the back with the face upward ; inclined
Turmoil
A state of great agitation, disturgace or confusion
Haste
Swiftness; promptness
Admonish
To caution or warn; to critize or sclold mildly but firmly
Lament
To express sorrow or regret; to mourn
Enuciate
To pronounce;l to stae definately
Muse
To ponder; meditate; think about at lenght
Dispel
Todrive away; to dissipate
Harbinger
Something that shows what will happen in the future; an indication; an omen
Heed
To pay careful attention, notice, observe
Arbitrary
Decided by judgment rather than law
Arbiturary
Decided by judgment rather than law or stature
Derive
To draw from a source
Tribulations
A state, cause, or instance of suffering or affliction
Suppress
To end by force; to prevent from being expressed or known; to subdue
Vigor
Energy; vitality; enthusiasim,; strenght
Negligance
Carelessness, inconsideration, indifference
Condemn
Express disapproval of ; censure; find guilty
Resilient
Able ot resume shape after being pressed or stretched; elastic; able to recover quicley from illness
Vex
Irritate; annoy; provoke
Resolute
Set in purpose, stedafast, earnest, determined, unwavering
Interim
A short period of time; the period of time between two events; meantime
Suffice
To be enough; to be adequate
Concur
To coincide; to act together; cooperate
Reliquish
To give up doing, professing, or intending; to surrender; to give in
Impair
To cause to diminish, as in strength, value, or quality
Repose
Rest; tranquility; relaxation
Reproach
To express