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appall
to be dismayed
vex
to irritate
dunce
a person weak in intellect
pious
to be godly; religiously devout
fervor
passionate, determination
tyranny
being under oppressive government
censure
opinon/judgement, reprimand
reproof
rebuke, criticism for a fault;
dissemble
to conceal or hide under false appearance
resemblance-facial...hiding...
usurp
to seize power
slander
to defame
libel
defamation of a person by written or representational means, ruin one's reputation
illicit
unlawful
hue
color shade
taint
to contaminate morally, corrupt
recourse
urning to someone or something for help or protection, the right to demand payment from the maker or endorser of a negotiable instrument (as a check)
austere
morally strict, grave, cold & stern in matter
din
a loud noise
juxtapose
to place side by side, unexpected combinations of ideas
verbatim
word for word, exact words
relish
flavor
tutelage
guardian
rapture
experience, state carried by emotion
sobriety
grave manner, soberness
impiety
lack of proper respect/reverence
revere
holding as holy because of character
ostentatious
showy
chide
speak out angry, scold
tractable
easily controlled, obedient
spoof
deception, deceive
indigence
poverty
transcends
to rise above/overcome/exceed
ponder
to think about
ludicrous
laughable/scorn as absurdly foolish
impudence
lacking modesty; cocky boldness
remorse
distress from a sense of guilt for past wrongs
assent
to agree; concur
armistice
an agreement between two opponents; truce
frank
marked by free, and sincere expression; candid; open
presumptuous
overstepping due bounds
reproach
an expression of rebuke or disapproval,to express disappointment in or displeasure with (a person)
brazen
marked by contemptuous boldness
alienate
to cause to be withdrawn or diverted
pretense
a claim made or implied, unjustified or excessive claims
acquiesce
to accept, comply, or submit tacitly or passively; assent
equivocate
intent to deceive, to avoid committing oneself in what one says
complacent
self-satisfied, unconcerned
salavation
deliverance from power/failure/sin
shrill
highly pitched noise/sound, harsh scream
acumen
keenness and depth of perception, discernment