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50 Cards in this Set

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abyss
bottomless gulf
ameliorate
improve
antagonist
opponent
apparition
unexpected appearance
ghost
bewildered
hopelessly confused
columny
false and ill-willed statement
conjure
summon by magic
conspiracy
group planned crime
contept
evaluation as worthless or vile
corroborating
strengthening support
covneated
agreed
crucible
severe trial
defamation
attack on reputation
demonic
evil or devilish
desposition
testimony
diabolical
devilish
diametrically
directly opposite
dissembling
concealing under false pretense
exaltation
praise
fetish
object believed to have magic power
fiend
inhumanely wicked person
fraud
intentional dishonesty
guile
cunning talk or conduct
inculcation
impress with insistent urging
indictment
to charge with a crime
iniquity
wicked or unjust act
sin
Lucifer
rebel archangel
Satan
malevolence
wishing evil or harm to others
malign
speak evil of
mimic
imitate in ridicule
overture
an introduction
penitence
sorrow for having done wrong
plaintiff
one who brings suit into court
propitiation
win goodwill
propriety
conformity with an accepted standard of behavior
prosecutor
one who conducts legal proceedings against
providence
the guidance of God
purged
cleansed
puritanical
strict in morals or religion
remorseless
without guilt for own actions
reprieve
postpone execution
sarcasm
scornful, biting remarks
sorcery
witchcraft
supernatural
attributed to forces beyond nature
theocracy
government by religion
trafficked
to have dealings with
trepidation
fear
theology
study of religious doctrines
vestry
room where robes are kept
vindictive
act in revenge