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Omnipotent
all powerful or having unlimited power or influence
Arbitrary
dictorial or characterized by absolute power or athority.
Selected at random; or based on whims or notions rather than on rule or laws.
People Ideas desires Governement
Vanquish
to conquere overpower or defeat comletely; or gain mastery or control over
override
to dominate;supress or prevail over or to disregaurd or anolled.
constrain
to force or compell; or to restrain confine or stifle. also mean imprison or restrict to the movement of or force in an unnatural way
Provocation
something that irritates insights angers or excites.
Militate
have weight or effect or opperate again or in favor of something.
Embroil
to involve in a quarrel, conflict or problem. or to throw into confusion.
contrive.
to scheme or plan, or to invent or design, to manage to do or to bring about.
refers to ideas mostly
conduce
to contribute toward further or promote or to lead toward a desirable result.
ingratiate
to bring oneself into anothers favor or good graces.
followed by with
incantation
the use of magical words to cast a spell or magic or sorcery.
conciliate
to passify, placate or soothe the anger of; or to win goodwill by friendly acts.
implies persuasion.
mollify
to soothe, passify, softer, or reduce in intensity.
assuage
to passify, calm, or satisfy, or to make less severe.
Sufferance
toleration or permission implied by failure to interphere; patient endurance or the ability ro bear or endure pain distress. etc.
succumb
to yeild or to give way to supperior force; or to die.
usually followed by to.
susceptible.
easily influenced or impressionable; or in subject to, prone to, or sensitive to.
usually followed by to or of.
eccentric
strange, peculiar, unconventional, or deviating from the normal. can also mean off center.
idiosyncrasy
a personal peculiarity, olr eccentricity.
ludicrous
rediculous, absurd, or laughable. implys being so proposterous to deserve laughter and scorn.
frivolous
silly trivial, lacking seriousness or sense or of little value or importance.
drivel
silly or foolish talk. also mean sloober.
glib.
too ready fluent or smooth to be sincere or carefully considered. implys shallowness superficiality or insecurity.
pompous
showy, pretentios or over dignified; or acting self important.
lethargy
laziness, great lack of energy sluggishness or indifference.
encroach
to tresspass entrude make inroads upon or take undo libertys with often implies making inroads stealthily
usually followed by in or upon.
interloper
a meddler or one who entrudes on the rights or affairs of another
indignity
an insult or outrage or something that offends humiliates or injusres ones dignity or self respect.
foolhardy
rash, foolishly bold, or recklessly daring implys taking unneccesary chances when there is almost no hope for success.
Diabolic
fiendish, wicked or having to do with the devil
iniquity
wickedness sin or injustice
wanton
senseless, unjustified, unprovoked, or diliberately cruel or maliocious; unrestrained extravegant, or wasteful.
malefactor
a criminal, an evil doer or one who commits a serious offense.
insidious
sly, crafty, underhanded or treacheras, implies watching for an opportunity ro entrapt or carefully masked underhandedness.
flagrant
scandalous, outrageous, or glaringly bad. usually obviously wrong.
repugnant
repulsive, loathesome, offensive, or very distasteful. contradictory ro or inconsistent with.
eerie
weird, frightening, strange, or mysterious, usually causes vague or mysterious feeling of uneasiness or dread.
bogus
counterfeit, or not genuine.
feign
to pretend, imitate or invent falsly, or to make a false show of it
hoodwink
to deceive or pretend from seeing the truth.
consummate
perfect, extreme, supreme, or in the highest degree.
ultimate.
final, furthest, greatest possibility, or beyond which is impossible to go.
finite.
having mesasurable or definate limits.
inconsiderable
trivial, petty, unimportant, or not worthy of consideration.
parochial
narrow, provincial, restricted, or limited in range or scope.
integral
essential to completeness, organically linked, or formed as a unit. or complete or lacking nothing essential.
piecemeal
made or accomplished gradually. or piece by piece.
sundry
various, several, or miscellaneous.
noun, pl. everyone collectively.
teem
to abound swarm, or befilled to overflowing.
prevalent
widespread or generally occuring; practiced or accepted.
copious
plentiful or abundant.
exorbitant
excessive, extravagant or immoderate.
tally.
to count, record; the amount recorded; the record itself; or to agree or correspond.