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acquiesce
agree, accept without protest
affliction
distress, suffering
agitate
move, shake, stir up
anne
xtake possession of
aroma
quality or surrounding atmosphere considered typical
avarice
greed
docile
easily trained or controlled
doleful
dismal, mourful
dubious
feeling doubt
dumbfound
astonish
efface
rub or wipe out, obliterate
elucidate
to make understandable
endeavor
to make an effort, to try very hard
enthral
take the whole attention, enslave
exploit
to use for selfish advantage or profit
extol
to praise highly
ghastly
death-like, pale and ill
heretic
very busy; active
insatiate
never satisfied
intrepid
fearless
irate
angry
malign
to slander
mirth
being merry and happy
perch
take up a high position
pervade
spread through every part of
petulant
unreasonably impatient or irritable
pillage
plunder (esp in war)
presumptuous
too bold or self-confident
quashed
annuled
quenching
satisfy, put an end to, put out
reticent
in the habit of saying little
reverberate
be sent back, again and again
rotundity
state of being round
sketchy
shortly, roughly, quickly
stifled
suppressed, kept back
subsequent
following
succumb
yield, die
taciturn
unspoken, silent
tantalize
raise hopes that cannot be realized
torpid
dull and slow
treacherous
not to be trusted, perfidious
tremor
thrill
tyro
a beginner
vehemence
forcefulness; intensity; conviction
vigilance
watchfulness
vindicate
prove the truth
voluptuous
arousing sensual pleasures
wan
looking ill, not bright
wile
a trick