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vulnerability
open to attack or damage
connoisseur
and expert, esp. one who enjoys with discrimination and appresiation
potentate
ruler, sovereign, one who wields great power
charimatic
having charm and/or the acility to persudae others
capricious
impulsive, unpredictable
fruition
accomplishment
impudence
offensively bold behavior
obeisances
gestures or movement of the body
exultation
the act or condition of rejoicing greatly
omen
phenomenon supposed to be portend good or evil; a prophetic sign
consummated
to bring to completion, realize or achieve
zenith
point of culmination; the peak
stolid
having or revealing little emotion or sensibility; impassive
consternation
state of paralyzing dismay
importunately
troublesomely urgent or persistent in requestion
malignant
disposed to evil
impassive
expressionless. motionless; still
hoary
gray or white or as if with age ancient
placid
calm or quiet; satisfied; compacent
filial
relationg to, or befitting a son or daughter
piously
having religious reverence
unctuous
charaterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness
acrid
unpleasently sharp or bitter to the taste or smell. caustic in language or tone
imperturbable
unshakably calm and collected
ponderous
having great weight
wisp
small bunch or bundle, as of straw, hair, or grass. thin frail, slight, a hint
respite
usually short interval of rest or relief. (delay). Temporary suspension of a death sentence.
gaunt
very thing, amatiated
wizened
old, and wrinkled
gentry
upper class
malignant
disposed to evil
impassive
expressionless. motionless; still
hoary
gray or white or as if with age ancient
placid
calm or quiet; satisfied; compacent
filial
relationg to, or befitting a son or daughter
piously
having religious reverence
unctuous
charaterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness
acrid
unpleasently sharp or bitter to the taste or smell. caustic in language or tone
imperturbable
unshakably calm and collected
ponderous
having freat weight
wisp
small bunch or bundle, as of straw, hair, or grass. thin frail, slight, a hint
respite
usually short interval of rest or relief. (delay). Temporary suspension of a death sentence.
gaunt
very thin, amatiated
wizened
old, and wrinkled
gentry
upper class
opulent
luxurious
gourmands
people who are interested in good food or drink
adept
skillful
hovals
a small miserable dwelling
seethed
violent internal excitement.
diffident
hesitant inacting or speaking or shy
coffers
a basket for donation
paltry
small insignificant amount
satiation
to satisfy (an appetite or desire) fully.
hind
country bumkin
dotard
person in a state of mental decline
deference
showing respect
pagoda
built as a tower or temple
insidious
harmful and intising gradual cumilative effect
derisive
expressing or causing briticule or content
agape
wide open; love of god
repine
to long for something
asperity
roughness or manner
prodigally
recklessly extravagent