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acute
with a sharp point, keen alert, sharp and severe,rising quickly to a high point and lasting for a short time. (adj.)
Bluster
to talk or act in a noisy or threatening way, to blow in stormy gusts,(v.) speech that is loud and threatening (noun.)
bungle
to act or work clumsily and awkwardly, to ruin something threw clumsiness.
commentary
a series of notes clarifying or explaining something, an expression of opinion (n)
duration
the length or time that something continues or lasts (n)
eerie
causing fear because of strangeness, weird, mysterious (adj.)
facet
one aspect or side of a subject or problem, one of the cut surfaces of a gem (n)
fidelity
the state of being faithful, accuracy in details, exactness (n)
fray
a brawl, noisy quarrel (n) to wear away by rubbing make ragged or worn, to strain, irritate (v)
headstrong
willful, stubborn (adj.)
inhabitant
a person or animal living permanetly in a given place (adj.)
numb
having lost power or feeling or movement (adj.) to dull the feelings of, to cause to lose feeling (v)
pacify
to make peaceful or calm, to soothe (v)
ravenous
greedy, very hungry, eager for satisfaction (adj)
refute
to prove incorrect (v)
remorse
deep and painful regret for ones past misdeeds(n)
setback
something that interfers with progress, a disappointment, unexpected loss or defeat, a step like recession in a wall. (n)
smug
overly self-satisfied, self-righteous (adj)
synopsis
a brief statement giving a general veiw of some subject, book etc. summary. (n)
tarry
to delay leaving, to linger, wait, to remain or stay for a while. (v)