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choler n.
an irratible disposition, anger
pernicious adj.
tending to cause death
ere prep
before
fray
a noisy brawl
covert n/adj
a) a sheltered place
b) secret
augment v
to make become larger in size
portentous adj
suggesting something bad is about to happen
suit n
the act of courting a women
rank adj.
1) growing in abundance or with accesive vigor
2) strong and offensive in odor or flavor
importune v.
ask urgently or repeatedly, annoy with pressing demands
beseech v.
beg, implore
prolixity n.
boring wordiness or verboseness
visage n.
the face or facial expressions of a person
antic adj.
ridiculously odd, acting like a clown
disparage v.
to speak of in a disrespecting way
fleer v.
jeer, taunt, make fun of
gall n.
1)bitterness of feeling(rancor)
2) outrageous insulance (effrontery)
wax v.
gradualy become larger, more numerous, stronger or more intense
conjure v.
to compel (a spirit) to appear or disappear by a set form of words
demesness n.
realm or region, domain
DOFF v.
1) to take off, remove
2) to get rid of
prorogue v.
hold back until a later time, delay
fain adv.
happily, gladly
perjury n.
to testify falsely under oath
impute v.
attribute the fault
gyves
(archaic) shackle
mickle
a large number
baleful
harmful or evil in intent or effect
dote
to be weak minded due to old age

to show excessive fondness
rote
memorizing process of repitition

learn by memorizing
rancor
bitter, long lasting resentment
prate
chatter
louring
dark or threatening as in the sky
chide
to scold
martial
suitable for having to do with the military
bandy
to toss back and forth
hie
to go quickly
hap
an accident
mew
to confine
jocund
cheerful
gyves
shackle
mickle
large number
dote
weak minded due to old age
rote
memorizing proccess
rancor
bitter, long lasting resentment
prate
chatter
louring
threatening as the sky
chide
to find fault with, scold
bandy
to toss back and forth
martial
relating to the military
hie
to go quickly
hap
an accident
mew
to confine in or as if in a cage
jocund
cheerful
baleful
harmful or evil
discourse
formal speech or writing

to speak or write formaly
hilding
unhappy person only fit for servant tasks
mammet
puppet or doll
strategem
clever scheme meant to achieve an objective
absolve
to pronounce free of guilt or sin
abate
to lessen in force or intensity
behest
to make an authoritative command

an authoritative cammand
orison
prayer
behoove
to be necessary for
conceit
a thought or an opinion
inexorable
relentless, incapable of being stopped