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Omnipotent
All-powerful, having unlimited power or influence
Arbitrary
Dictatorial or characterized by absolute power or authority; Random of based on whim rather than rule or law
Vanquish
Conquer, overpower, defeat completely; gain mastery or control over (physically or emotionally)
Override
To dominate, supress, or prevail over; to disregard or annul
Constrain
To force or compel; to restrain, confine or stifle
Provocation
Something that irritates, incites, angers, or excites
Militate
To have weight or effect or to operated against or in favor of (usually against)
Embroil
To involve in a quarrel, conflict, problem; thrown into confusion
Contrive
To scheme or plan, invent or design; to manage to do (Most often ideas- non material)
Conduce
To contribute toward, further, promote; lead toward a desirable result
Ingratiate
To bring oneself into another one's favor or good graces- To attempt to get on the "Good side"
Incantation
To use of magical words to cast a spell
Conciliate
To pacify or soothe the anger of; To win good will by friendly acts
Mollify
To pacify, soothe, or soften
Assuage
To pacify, calm, or satisfy, to make less severe
Sufferance
Toleration or permission implied by failure to interfere; patient endurance, the ability to bear or endure pain, distress
Succumb
To yield or give away to a superior force; To die (usually followed by "to")
Susceptiable
Easily influenced or impressionable; subject to, prone to, sensitive to
Diabolic
Fiendish, wicked, or having to do with the devil
Iniquity
Wickedness, sin or injustice
Wanton
Senseless, unjustified, unprovoked, or deliberately cruel or malicious or (extravagant or wasteful spending)
Malefactor
A criminal or evil doer, one who commits a serious affense
Insidious
Sly, crafty, underhanded or treacherous
Flagrant
sly wrong, bad, etc)
Repugnant
Repulsive, loathsome, offensive, very distasteful
Eerie
Wierd, frightening, strange, or mysterious
Bogus
Counterfeit or not genuine, fake
Feign
To pretend, imitate, or invent fasely
Hoodwink
To deceive or prevent from seeing the truth
Consumate
Perfect, extreme, supreme or in the highest degree
Ultimate
Fianl, furthest, greatestor beyond which it isimpossible to go
Finite
Having measurable or definable limits or bounds, mortal, limited in power, having imperfections
Inconsiderable
Trivial, petty, unimportant or not worth consideration
Parochial
Narrow, restricted, or limited, in range or scope
Integral
Essential to completion, organically linked as a unit, complete
Piecemeal
Made or accomplished gradually or piece by piece
Sundry
Various, several, or miscellaneous
Teem
To abound, swarm, or be filled to overflowing
Copious
Plentiful or abundant
Exorbitant
Excessive or extravagant
Tally
To count and record; The amount recorded; The record itself