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Utopia
an ideal place or state
Rigidity
stiff or unyielding; inflexable, strict, or severe
Transgressor
to violate a law, command, or moral code
Ignominy
disgrace, dishonor; public contempt
Iniquity
gross injustice or wickedness
Ordeal
any extremly sever or trying test, experience, or trail
Venomous
spiteful; malignant
Reminiscences
the act or process of recalling past experiences, events, ect.
Exhort
to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently
Hypocrisy
a pretense of having a virtuous character, moral or religious belief or principles, that one does nto really possess
Singular
unusual or strange; odd; different
Composure
serence, self-controlled state of mind
Ascetic
person who dedicates their life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extremem self-denial or self-mortification of religious reasons
Apprehension
anticipation or misfortune
Amenable
ready or willing to answer, act, agree, or yield
Despondency
depression of spirits from loss of courage or hope
Caprice
sudden, unpredictable change, as of one's mind or the weather
Inexplicable
incapable of being accounted for or explained
Perverse
willfully determined to go counter to what is expected or desired
Emaciated
to make abnormally lean or thin by a gradual wasting away of flesh
Infamy
infamous character or conduct
Exemplary
worth of imitation; commendable
Scrupulous
having or showing a strict regard for what one considers right
Tremulous
timid; fearful
Infirmity
physical weakness or ailment
Diabolical
pertaining to or actuated by a devil
Machinations
crafty schemes; plots
Veneration
a feeling of awe, respect, etc.
Expiation
means by which atonement or reparation is made
Malevolence
quality, state, or feeling of ill will,; malice; hatred
Groveled
humble oneself or act in an abject manner
Gibe
to utter mocking or scoffing words
Propensity
natural inclination or tendency
Austerity
severity of manner, life, etc.
Transformation
change in form, appearance, nature, or character
Imbibed
to absorb or soak up, as water, light, or heat
Speculation
contemplation or consideration of some subject
Acquiescing
to assent tacitly
Precocity
the state of being or tendency to be precocious
Retribution
the distribution of rewards and punishments in a future life
Primeval
of or pretaining to first ages or age, esp. of the world
Scintillating
to emit sparks
Listlessness
having or showing litter or no interest in anything
Estranged
to remove to or keep at a distance
Delusion
a false belief or opinion
Malignity
malevolence
Alienation
state of being withdrawn or isolated from the objective world
Solace
comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of distress or discomfort
Irrevocable
unable to be repealed or annulled
Vicissitude
change or variation occuring in the course of something
Effervescence
to issue forth in bubbles
Inarticulate
lacking the ability to express oneself
Ominously
portending evil or harm; foreboding
Surmise
to conjecture or guess
Transitory
lasting only a short time
Appalled
to fill or overcome with terror, consternation, or fear
Conjectural
Problematic
Nugatory
of no real value
Parable
a short allegorical story designed to teach or illustrate some truth, religious principle, or moral lession
Consummation
perfection; fulfillment