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Moors
(noun) tracts of open, rolling wasteland, usually covered with heather and often marshy.
Hoary
(adj) white, gray, or grayish white. Hoary can also mean "having white or gray hair because of old age."
Reparation
(noun) the act of making amends; compensation; anything done to make up for something.
Purge
(verb) to cleanse or rid of impurities or other undesirable elements; to cleanse of guilt or sin.
Reprisal
(noun) retaliation; the return of injury for injury recieved.
Redress
(verb) to set right or remedy, often by making a compensation.
Admonish
(verb) to warn; to reprove mildly.
Ravenous
(adj) greedily or wildly hungry; voracious.
Ponder
(verb) to weigh mentally, think deeply about, or consider carefully.
Bane
(noun) the cause of distress, death or ruin.
Rancor
(noun) a continuing and bitter ill will; deep spite or malice.
Chaste
(adj) pure, decent, virtuous, or modest in behavior.
Render
(verb) to translate or express in other words; to represent, depict or perform.
Profane
(verb) to treat, especially holy things, with irreverence or contempt; to show disrespect for; to violate.
Desecrated
(adj) profaned, treated as not sacred.
Secular
(adj) related to worldly things rather that to religious things.