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imbue
saturate
mutability
changeability
prolific
fertile
caprice
an implusive change of mind
scourge
a whip used to inflict punishment
revile
to use abusive language
enmity
hatred
dearth
scarity; lack of
deportment
behavior
abyss
bottomless pit; hell
ludicrous
ridiculous
pristine
primitive or original; uncorrupted
wan
unnaturally pale
similitude
similarity
extant
still in excistance
cabalistic
mysterious
tome
large volume or book
panoply
compete armor of a warrior
venerable
old and respected
benevolence
kindness; generousity
apparition
a ghostly figure
temporal
pertaining to time
albeit
although
montebank
a trickster
aver
to affirm
sunder
to divide
pillory
to expose to ridicule and abuse
chirurgical
surgical
exemplary
worthy of being imitated; comendable
nether
beneath or below
erudition
extensive learning
infernal
relating to hell
propagate
to multiply or breed
palliate
to make less servere
somniferous
causing sleep
odious
hateful
machination
a plot or scheme
abstruse
difficult to understand
ethereal
delicate; heavenly
pith
the central part of anything
somnambulism
sleep-walking
zenith
hightest point
expiation
atonement
torpid
dormant; hibernating
replete
plentifully supplied
scurrilous
foul-mouthed
portent
omen
abase
to lower
propensity
a tendency
effluence
flowing out
obviate
to make unnecessary
propinquity
nearness; proximity
sedulous
industrious
acrid
harsh to the taste or smell
petulent
unreasonably irritable
pith
the central part of anything; the essence