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Abolish
v. To bring to an end; to do away with
agony
n. Great pain of mind or body; suffering
catapult
n. A machine used in ancient wars to throw objects with great force

v. to move or be moved suddenly with great force, as if by a catapult
denounce
v. 1. to speak out against something; to criticize

2. to accuse someone of doing wrong
character
n. 1. The qualities that make a person or place different or special.
2. A person in a story, movie, or play.
3. A word or symbol used in writing
Abolish
v. To bring to an end; to do away with
agony
n. Great pain of mind or body; suffering
catapult
n. A machine used in ancient wars to throw objects with great force

v. to move or be moved suddenly with great force, as if by a catapult
denounce
v. 1. to speak out against something; to criticize

2. to accuse someone of doing wrong
character
n. 1. The qualities that make a person or place different or special.
2. A person in a story, movie, or play.
3. A word or symbol used in writing
escalate
v. to go up in size or scope
grim
adj. 1. cruel; fierce
2. Unfriendly or threatening; stern
3. Unpleasent; disturbing
harbor
n. A protected place along a seacoast where ships can find shelter.

v. 1. to give shelter to; to take care of by hiding
2. to hold or nouristh a though or feeling in the mind.
inflict
v. to cause something painful to be felt
loathe
v. to hate or dislike greatly.
meddle
v. ot invole oneself in other people's affairs without being asked
monstrous
adj 1. causing shock; horror; wicked
2. Extremely large
rouse
v. 1. to awaken, to wake up
2. to stir up; to excite
steadfast
adj. Unchanging; steady; loyal
translate
v. to put into a different language