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Profligate
A depraved man
Supplication
Humble begging
Vociferating
Crying out loudly
Apostrophising
Addressing the absent or dead as if present
Vinous
Showing effects of using wine
Superciliously
Overbearingly, haughty
Assiduously
Constantly, diligently
Anatomise
Dissect, Analyze
Aprocyphal
Of doubtful authenticity
Abate
to lessen
Tremulously
Trembling, shaking
Oblivion
State of being forgotten
Lenient
indulgent, a mild disposition towards
Florid
Highly decorated
Assented
Agreed
Execrations
Curses
Modicum
A small quantity
Portentously
Ominous, foreshadowing something bad
Attenuated
Diminished; made thin or slender
Contagion
Infection; diseased by contact
Conflagration
A great fire
Approbation
Approval; liking
Disparaging
dishonorable; inferior
Equipages
Equipment
Capricious
Whimsical
Emigrant
one who moved residence from one country to another
Sequestrated
Taking custody of a defendant's property
Acquiescene
Compliance
Dubiously
Uncertain; doubtful
inviolate
Uninjured; unbroken
Avocations
Occupations
Redundancy
using or having more than necessary
Purveyors
Those who supply provisions
Remonstrated
Presented strong reasons against something
Culpability
guilt; sinfulness; responsibilty
Dissonance
Discord; disagreement in sound
Prevaricate
To act or speak evasively
Proscribed
Outlawed; condemned as dangerous
Imperious
haughty; arrogant; domineering
Prodigous
Extraordinary; huge
Antipathy
Dislike; opposition
Gesticulation
to make motions while talking
epicure
devoted to sensual enjoyments
Alacrity
liveliness; cheerful readiness
Inveterate
long-established; deep-rooted
Accoutred
furnished with military dress & arms
Rapacious
Subsisting on prey; plundering
Expiation
Atonement; reparation