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a kind of excommunication; decree; formal order forbidden something
Interdiction
hatred of woman
misogyny
to bring or restore peace
pacifist
one who goes before and make known the approach of another; a herald; anything that foreshadow a future event
harbinger
insane, emotionly imbalanced or instable, especially from some shocking or traumatic event
deranged
to speak impiously or irreverently of god or sacred things
blasphemous
a written message or letter from an official source
missives
any of a class or profesional teach in ancient Greee who gave instuction in various fields; concerned hemselves and their students with ingenuity and specious effectiveness rather than soundness of argument. false wisdom
sophist
the act of appointing a person or persons to represent or act foor another ot others. person or body or persons appointed
deputation
a written message or letter from an official source
missive
perdiction; warning; a feeling that someething bad is going to happen
foreboding
a feeling or condition of hostility; hatred; ill will; animosity; antagonism
emnity
an original a modal or pattern after which a thing is made; Jungarian idea - an unconscious ideas, pattern, thought or image inherited from the ancestor of the race
archetype
of or pertaining to church or to the clergy; churchly, clerical, not secular: not lay people of subject matter
ecclesiastical
derived from the name of the father or ancestor, especially by addition of a suffix; prefix indication of descent
patronymic
ridiculing; mocking to laugh at in contempt
derisive
strong expresion of disapproval
censure
not meant to be taken seriously or literally; amusing, humurous; lacking serious intent; nonessential
facetious
ruling as one who has absoolute, unlimited power; an oppressive or tyrannical leader
dispotic
a speech or writing praise of a person or thing, especially in honor of the recently dead
eulogy
intended to instruct; having a moral; teacherlike. when applied to someone other than a teacher, can have a negative connotations
didactic
an utterance, often ambiguous or obscure, given by priest or priestess at a shrine as the response of a god to an inquiry for a prophecy. any person or thing which serves as an agent of divine communications
oracles
of or pertaining to time; present or worldly matters, secular as opposed to ecclesiastical
temporal
one of the people of the community professing a polytheistic religionas the ancient Romans and Greeks; a person who is not a Christian, Muslim, or Jew
pagan
a kind of excommunication; decree; formal order forbidden something
interdiction
hatred of women
misogynistic
gross indulgence in lewdness (indecent, lusttful, obscene) behavior
lechery
frank, outspoken, open, and sincere; without reservation; honest, impartial
candid
talking or disposed to talk much or freely; chattering
loquacious
ruling as one who has absolute, unlimited power; an oppressive or tyrannical leader
despotic
to bring or restore peace
pacific
to enlarge or increase
augere
power or to be able
possent
to speak out clearly
loqui
to laugh or to mock
ridere
right or question
rograre
to wash
lave
birth
nasci
to rule
archy
tongue, language
glossa
rough pebble
scrup
range of skills
repertory
strong stance for or agaist something
polarize (polar - war)
to explain
predicates (dic - say or tell)
inheritance from one's father
patrimony (patr - father)
not capable of being talked into somthing
inexorable (ora- to pray or plead)
waning to do bad to others
malicious (mal - bad)
not assigning or charging blame
imputes (put - to think or assign)
having power
puissant
not fair, causing anger
incensed (cen - candid)
time
temporize