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improvident
(adj) not forseeing or providing for the future: wastefuly, not thrifty
uncanny
(adj) beyond ordinary or normal; mysterious, eerie, weird
impending
(adj. ) about to occur, threatening, menacing
revered
(verb) regarded with respect or awe; refers to something sacred
emissary
(noun) a delegate (someone on a specific mission), messenger
abomination
something detestible;extreme disgust or hatred; loathing
brusqueness
(adj. ) abrupt manner, blunt or rough
atone
(vb) to make up for errors or deficiencies
harmattan
(n) a dry, parching land breeze charged w/ dust
copiously
(adverb) having or yeilding an abundant supply
esoteric
(adj) understood by or meant for only a select few who have special knowledge or interest
incipient
(adj) beginning to exist or appear; in an initial shape
specious
( adj. ) pleasing to the eye but deceptive
voluble
( adj) characterized by a ready and continuous flow of words, fluent
harbinger
(n.) anything that goes on ahead
ominous
(adj) portending evil or harm, foreboding; having significance or of a omen
excrement
(n) feces; waste from the body
callow
(adj) immature or inexperienced
FETISH
any object or idea eliciting unquestioning reverence respect or devotion
IMPUDENT
shameless or brazenly immodest
MISCREANT
villainous, holding a false religous belief
WAN
lacking health or effectiveness
PALAVER
profuse iddle talk, chatter, a conference or discussion
PACIFICATION
to bring or restore a state of peace
PRIMITIVE
being the first or earliest kind of existance, unaffected by civilization