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DEVASTATION
(n.) wide destruction

syn: desolation, ruin, disaster area
FASCINATION
(n.) powerful attraction; charm

syn: enchantment, obsession
CELEBRATION
(n.) a ceremony or festivity held to honor a special day or event

syn: party, festival, observance
CESSATION
(n.) a ceasing, either final or temporary; stop

syn: conclusion, discontinuance, kiss-off
AUGUST
(adj.) imposing and magnificent

syn: impressive
PIQUANCY
(n.) pleasantly sharp quality

syn: strong flavor, spiciness
ARABESQUE
(adj.) elaborately designed

syn: ornamental
HABILIMENTS
(n.) clothing

syn: apparel, attire, outfit
CLIQUE
(n.) a small, exclusive group of people; snobbish or narrow coterie

syn: socisl group, coterie
MYSTIQUE
(n.) the quasi-mystical attitudes and feelings surrounding some person or activity

syn: strange or ineffable aura
UNIQUE
(adj.) one and only; having no like or equal; very unusual

syn: exceptional, distinct
DECORATION
(n.) adornment, embellishment

syn: garnish, dressing, trimmings, ornamentation
AMPLE
(adj.) abundant; more than enough

syn: plentiful
FEASIBLE
(adj.) capable of being done; possible

syn: imaginable, reasonable, doable, achievable
FORMIDABLE
(adj.) causing fear or dread

syn: awesome, daunting, intimidating