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ablutions
the washing of one's body (religious or non religious)
languid
drooping or sagging as if exhausted
succumb
to yield to superior strength or force
pernicious
highly destructive
pernicious
highly destructive
emasculate
to deprive of vigor or strength
adroit
having or showing skill, cleverness, or resourcefulness
impudence
rude and disrespectful
Garrulity
Pointless or annoying talking
correlated
thow things that imply each other (such as a husband to a wife)
gout
a disease marked by painful inflation of the joints
guild
an association of people with similar interests or pursuits
guile
deceitful and cunning
judicious
having, containing, or characterized by sound judgment; discrete
sinuous
a serpents movement; winding
injudicious
not having good judgment
insidious
Awaiting a chance to entrap
Convulsive
Causing convulsion; an abnormal set of violent and involuntary contractions of the muscles
vindictive
to be vengeful
semblance
an outward or showy apparence
impotent
lacking in power, strength, or vigor; helpless
averted
to turn away or avoid
contrition
grieving for sin or shortcomings
dismay
to deprive of courage resolution or initiative through pressure of sudden fear or anxiety
usurper
to seize and hold by power without rights
emulate
to imitate
brusquely
short and abrupt
spasmodic
to be characterized by spasms
incredulous
unwilling to accept or admit what is true
credulous
willing to believe, even on uncertain evidence
affability
being pleasant and at ease when talking to others
indolent
causing little or no pain; slow to heal
daunted
to lessen the courage of
indulgent
to get into or obsess oneself with
candor
honest, straightforward, free from prejudice
grotesque
gross, horrible, characterized by ludicrous or incongruous distortion
incongruous
not harmonious