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ABROGATE
Annul stop or abolish
ADAMANT
to be strongly for or against something firm
ALLEGORY
A story in which characters are symbols expressing truths about human life
ANARCHY
state of lawlessness confusion or disorder
BLASPHEMY
great disrespect shown to god or holy objects bad words said about god
CONJURE
to call up the spirits of the dead to summon the devil
CONTENTION
strife disagreement dipute contreversy
CRUCIBLE
a severe test
DEFAME
to destroy the good name of. slander
DEFERENTAIL
to show special regard or better treatment to someone usually to misleading or deceiving false belief
DEPOSITION
A statement made under oath
DIABOLISM
of the devil dealings with the devil
ENTHRALLED
To fascinate or hold spellbound
FACTION
a small group or element
HERETIC
A person who holds beleifs opposite to society's or the accepted ones
HYSTERIA
Unmanageable fear or emotional excess panic
INFALLIABLE
Unable to be wrong incapable of error
INIQUITY
sin or wrongdoing wickedness
LAXITY
relaxed not rigid at ease
LICENTIOUS
loose lewd unrestrained or immoral behavior
PARABLE
A story that illustrated a moral behavior
PARADOX
A statement that seems to contradict common sense yet perhaps is true
PRODIGIOUS
extraordinary in quantity or degree a great amount
Reprimand
ro chastise scold or punish
RESURGENCE
to reemerge or recur a comeback
THEOCRACY
government by god through guided officails
TREPIDATION
A state of alarm or fear dread apprehension
WITCHHUNT
harassment of those with different views search for a scapegoat