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Reverberation
a reechoed or resounded noise.
Alteration
a change.
Tumultuous
making a loud, confused noise; uproarious.
Phantasm
a figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition.
Asunder
Apart; divided.
Fissure
A long, narrow opening or line of breakage made by cracking or splitting, esp. in rock or earth.
Acute
(of a bad, difficult, or unwelcome situation or phenomenon) Present or experienced to a severe or intense degree.
Impromptu
Done without being planned, organized, or rehearsed.
Counterpart
A person or thing closely resembling another, especially in function
Tempest
A violent windy storm.
Pallor
An unhealthy pale appearance.
Cataleptic
A condition characterized by lack of response to external stimuli and by muscular rigidity, so that the limbs remain in whatever position they are placed. It is known to occur in a variety of physical and psychological disorders, such as epilepsy and schizophrenia.
Abhorrence
A feeling of repulsion; disgusted loathing.
Sheathed
Encase (something) in a close-fitting or protective covering.
Fortnight
A period of two weeks.
Enshrouded
Envelop completely and hide from view.
Hypochondriac
A person who is abnormally anxious about their health
Gossamer
A fine, filmy substance consisting of cobwebs spun by small spiders, which is seen esp. in autumn.
Sentience
awareness: state of elementary or undifferentiated consciousness
Awe
A feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder.
Luminous
Bright or shining.
Appellation
A name or title.
Cadaverousness
of or like a cadaver; esp., pale, ghastly, or gaunt and haggard.
Trepidation
A feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen.
Trembling motion.
Countenance
A person's face or facial expression
Gaunt
Lean and haggard, esp. because of suffering, hunger, or age.