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assuage
to make less intense or severe
vapid
uninteresting, dull
malevolent
malicious
phantom
a ghost; something apparently seen, heard, or sensed but having no physical reality
flivver
an old car
beadle
policeman
indigenous
native
entailment
a consequence for services rendered; law to limit the inheritance of real property to a specific line of class of heirs
contentious
quarrelsome
disapprobation
moral disapproval
auspicious
favored
tacit
not spoken
morbid
gruesome
asinine
stupid
edification
enlightenment
cleaved
to split or separate
morphodite
half man, half woman
changelings
a child secretly exchanged for another
analogous
similar
obstreperous
noisily deviant
apoplectic
symptoms of a stroke
philippic
a harsh, often insulting verbal denouncement
umbrage
offense, resentment
palliation
to make less severe
nether
located beneath or below
boded
to be an omen
innate
existing naturally rather than acquired
caste
any exclusive and restricted social class
fey
displaying a magical quality
elucidate
to make clear or plain
sundry
various
ambidextrous
using both hands with equal ease
lavation
the act of washing
chiffarobe
chest of drawers
expunge
to erase or remove completely
unmitigated
not diminished or lessened
distaff
traditionally women's work
feral
existing in a wild state
furtive
shifty, has hidden motives
vehement
forceful in expressing emotions
spurious
lacking validity
purloined
to steal, violation of trust