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Sinuous
Of a serpentine or wavy form.
Ruefully
Exiting Pity or sympathy; regret.
Unison
At the same time; at once.
Emblem
An object or the figure of an object symbolizing or suggesting another object or idea.
Assimilate
To take into the mind and thoroughly comprehend.
Obsolete
No longer in use or no longer useful.
Horde
A teaming crowd or throng; swarm.
Scrupulously
Acting in strict regard for what is considered right or proper.
Embedded
To fix firmly in a surrounding mass.
Solace
To make cheerful.
Carnage
Great and Bloody slaughter
Wheedle
To influence or entice by soft words or flattery.
Hueless
Without color; colorless.
Placidly
Serenely free of interruption or disturbance.
Tufts
Clumps, Clusters.
Chastise
To inflict punishment on.
Grotesquely
Bizzare, Fanciful.
Anguish
Extreme pain, distress or anxiety.
Instantaneously
Done without any delay being purposely introduced.
Chortled
To laugh or chuckle especially in satisfaction or exultation.
Fretful
Irritable
Hoarded
A hidden supply stored for future use.
Transgression
Infringement or violation of a law, command, or duty.
Prestige
Commanding position in people
s minds.
Petulantly
Insolent or rude in speech or behavior. Characterized by temporary or capricious ill humor; peevish.
Excruciating
To inflict intense pain on; torture.
Beckoning
To appear inviting. To summon or signal typically with a wave or a nod.
Meticulously
Marked by extreme or excessive care in the consideration or treatment of details.
Defiant
Boldly resisting authority or an opposing force.
Requisition
A demand or application usually made with authority.
Palpable
Capable of being touched.Easily perceptible by mind.
Conveyance
A means of transport.
Torrent
A violent stream of liquid
Tunic
A long close fitting jacket with a high collar worn especially as part of a uniform.
Imploring
To call or pray for earnestly.
Infringe
To encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another.
Remorse
A gnawing distress arising from a sense of guilt for past wrongs.
Disquieting
To take away the peace or tranquility of.
Serene
Calm; Clear and free of unpleasant change.
Unwieldy
Not easily managed, handled, or used.
Dismayed
To deprive of courage, resolution, and initiative through the pressure of sudden fear or anxiety or great perplexity
Distraught
Agitated with doubt or mental conflict.
Adherence
Steady or faithful attachment.
Languid
Sluggish in character or disposition.