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Inured
V-used as
Adj-accustomed (to something difficult or painful)
Increments
n
small increases
recoiled
v
drew back in fear, surprise, or disgust
paramount
adj
supreme; dominant
annhiliate
v
destroy; demolish
irrevocable
adj
irreversible; incabable of being canceled or undone
immutable
adj
unchangeable; never changing or varying
ponderous
adj
heavy and slow-moving
ineffably
adv
indescribably; inexpressibly
denizens
n
inhabitants or occupants
pensive
adj.
dreamily thoughtful
dubious
adj
doubtful; not sure
antipathy
n
feeling of hatred; powerful and deep dislike
filial
adj.
pertaining to or due from a son or daughter
conspicuous
adj. obvious or easy to see
concussion
n
powerful shock or impact
quizzical
adj
puzzled; questioning
pedantically
adv
with undue attention to trivial points of scholarship
bibliophile
n
book lover or collector
misanthropy
n
hatred or mistrust of people
contrivance
n
artificial arrangement; invention, plan, or mechanical device
derisive
adj.
mocking
supplicating
v used as adj
appealing humbly and earnestly as if in prayer
placidly
adv
calmly; in an undisturbed way
perversity
n
stubborn opposition or contrariness
reproach
n
blame; expression of disapproval
dilligently
adv
in a steady, careful, and hard-working manner
negligently
adv.
carelessly; in a nerglectful or indifferent manner
absolved
v
freed from guilt, blame, or responsibility
sidle
v
to move sideways, especially in a shy or sneaky manner
doctrines
n
principles; teachings; beliefs
rifling
v
searching thoroughly or in a rough manner