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piety (n)
religious obligations
religious devoted
repertoire (n)
a stock of skills or works in an artistic field
brethren (n)
fellow members
domicile (n)
a place for residence;
house or home
vapid (adj)
lacking or having lost life
assuage (v)
to make less severe;
to soothe, calm or mallify,
chattel (n)
human slave
tangible property other than land, buildings, etc.
Malevolent (adj)
wishing evil or harm to another
taciturn (adj)
inclined to silence
condescend (v)
to behave as if one is conscious of descending from a superior position, rank, or dignity.
crimson (adj)
deep purplish-read

blood read
immune (adj)
protected from a disease or the like, as by inoculation
onslaught (n)
assault, or attack
iniquity (n)
gross INJUSTICE or wickedness
contentious (adj)
tending to argument or strif; quarrelsome

TENDING TO ARGUE
concession (n)
the act of conceding or YIELDING
to give-up or to give-away
disapprobation (n)
disapproval; condemnation
(laywer term)