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Enmity
the extreme ill will or hatred that exists between enemies
Enemies
Sinuous
full of bends and curves
twisted
inveigle
to charm or entice somebody into doing something that he or she would not otherwise have done
temptation
catacombs
an underground cemetery consisting of passages or tunnels with rooms and recesses leading off them for burial chambers
graveyard
sanctimonious
making an exaggerated show of holiness or moral superiority
holy
grandeur
the quality of being great or grand and very impressive
grand:french
cleric
an ordained priest, minister, or rabbi
clergy
sullen
moving slowly
slothly
electrons
a stable negatively charged elementary particle with a small mass that is a fundamental constituent of matter and orbits the nucleus of an atom
big words
oblates
in the Roman Catholic Church, a layperson who is part of a religious community
aaaamennn
protege
young person who receives help, guidance, training, and support from somebody who is older and has more experience or influence
help me!!!
formidable
inspiring respect or wonder because of size, strength, or ability
french!
Heresy
an opinion or belief that contradicts established religious teaching, especially one that is officially condemned by a religious authority
my opinion
Raucous
loud and hoarse or unpleasant-sounding, or characterized by loud noise, shouting, and ribald laughter
obnoxious
Mercenaries
somebody who works or serves only for personal profit
selfish, greedy
Oblation
offering of a gift or sacrifice to a deity
Soporific
causing sleep or drowsiness
Levy
to use government authority to impose or collect a tax
Pacified
to calm somebody who is angry or agitated, or soothe violent or angry feelings
Neckerchiefs
a square of cloth worn tied around the neck as a scarf
Punt
to travel
Divagation
to wander off the subject under discussion
Theological
thought of a religious theory, school of thought, or system of belief
Rescind
to remove the validity or authority of something
Obstinately
determined not to agree with other people’s wishes or accept their suggestions