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loathsome

loath some
repulsive, disgusting, detestable

ex. His habits are loathsome.
wretch
a person of great misfortune//wicked person//miserably sad//poor constuction
idle

i dle
wasting time, not working

The car was idling (running but going
nowhere)
The factory sat idle for a week.
intricate

in-tri-cate
highly detailed-like a spider's web
squallor

squall or
filthy, especially because of neglect
disillusioned

dis illusion ed

dis-il-lu-sioned
Seeing things are not as they appear.
(usually a person is disappointed when they are disillusioned!)
indignant

in dig nant
angry about being accused of something!

ex. How dare you say I'm messy!
delusional
seeing or thinking things that aren't reality.
contribute

con trib ute
to give

He always contributed to charity.
funeral pyre
flames to burn a dead body
idol

i dol
a person or object of intense admiration or love // an image of a god that is worshipped as it it were a god
(Elvis was a teen idol)
(Budda idol's are all over Thailand)
console

con sole
comfort
fiancee

fi an cee
person engaged to be married

(I would like to introduce my fiancee)
fiendish

fiend ish
evil, devilish, intensly wicked or cruel