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parochial
narrow, limited in scope; related to the church or parish.
repression
the act of restraining; holding back ideas and impulses.
abomintation
anything hatefull or disgusting
antagonist
adversary, opponent; a person who oposes or competes with another
apprehension
an anxious feeling of foreboding, dread; capture or arrest; understanding
blatent
disagreeably loud or boisterous; obvious, attracting attention; conspicuos
conjure
to summon a demon or spirit; to practice magic; to be sworn in conspiricy.
contention
strife, struggle, controversy, dispute, quarrel; a statement one argues for
corroborate
to make more certain the validity or truth of; to strengthen, confirm, support
cosmology
the study of the form, content, organization, and evolution of the universe.
defamation
the act of attack on ones reputation or honor through false, cruel statements.
diabolism
belief in or worship of the devil.
diagnostic
careful examination and analysis; scientific evaluation; a method of diagnosis.
eldest
the oldest; the firstborn or oldest survivor.
exaltation
a feeling of great joy, pride, power; elation; rapture
faction
conflic within an organization; a group working for a common cause.
fathom
to understand completely and thoroughly; a length of measurement for water.
formidable
causing fear or dread; awesome in sixe or excellence; hard to overcome.
insoluble
something that cannot be solved; something unable to dissolve.
maraud
to raid, plunder, and pillage