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continual, constant
Perpetual
abnormally thin due to disease
emaciated
easily affected or influenced
susceptible
to prove, demonstrate or show by use of evidence
evince
to renounce, swear off abstain from avoid
abjure
to mourn, to express sorrow
lament
to trick, decieve, or hoodwink
beguile
to rebuke, scold
chide
to become weak, or be in the state of depression.
languish
adsurb, contray to common sense, ridiculous
preposterous
the use of ridicule to show sontemp
derision
to stay somewhere for a long period of time
sojourn
harsh, stern, strict, severe
austere
to hide under a false apperence (supperman)
dissembled
to mock, make fun of
flout
offspring, descendents
progeny
to leave behind or pass on to as in a will
bequeath
to beg, pled
entreat
payment, compensation
recompense
to reject something disdainfully or rudelly
spurn
to satisfy, fully, glut, fill to excess
sate
including al the relevent details
comprehensive
bending easily, flexible, supple
lithe
boldly rude, disrespectful
insolent
to rise above or go beyond the limits, to outdo or surpass
transcend
to disobey, break the law or moral code
transgress
to postpone, delay, to give in respectfully to someones judgement
defer
mean hurtful, spiteful, full of malice
maliicious
respectful and reverent, virtuous, religious, devout
pious
extreme and intense anger
wrath
disaster, great misfortune, bad luck
calamity
to make foul of dirty
defile
to draw back as in fear or disgust
recoil
to irritate, vex, annoy to a high degree
exasperate
coquettish, pretending to be innocent or shy
coy
bland, uninteresting, lacking details or recognizable
nondescript
to pronounce clearly and distinctly
enunciate
to soothe, pacify appease
mollify
to prize, to examine with aim of estimating value
appraise
inappropiate, out of place
incongruous
a very deep gap or hole; a chasm
abyss
harsh, jarring sound; noise
cacophony
purified or concentrated
distilled
to pretend, to fake
feign
glowing
luminescent
a large stately tomb
mausoleum
capable of igniting and burning
combustible
relating to the sense of smell
olfactory
greedy, extremely hungry
ravenous
strta layers
stratum
related to the sense of touch
tactile
exciting, stimulating
titillating
relating to beauty and taste
aesthetic
twisted, coiled, complicated
convoluted
an association of people in the same trade
guild
a major city
metropolis
the state of being forgotten
oblivion
someone who overemphasizes or shows off his or her learing; someone who focused on minutia
pedant
a tiny detail
minutia
hunted animal
quarry
bounce from one or more surfaces
ricochet
to spread through or over
suffuse
burn without smoke or fire
smolder
blessedly happy, blissful
beatific
go well together
complement
lengthy discussion in speech or writting
discourse
spreading harm slowly
insidious
knowing without reason
intuition
to give energy to; animate
invigorate
to show plainly; to reveal
manifest
a prophet; a wise man
oracle
support; attendance
petronage
routine, hasty, without interest
perfunkaty
glowing un natural
phosphorescent
a plentiful amount
profussion
to refute; to offer opposing evidence
rebut
a doubting or questioning attitude
skepticism
to swar; to be full of things
teem