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abhor
abhorrent
to shrink from in disgust v.
Disgusting adj.
affable
affibility
Plesant approachable gracious adj.
Friendliness of manner
amiss
adv. In a wrong or imperfect way
adj. Out of order wrong
despondent
adj. Depressed from a loss of hope or confindance utterly dispared
entreat
Entreaty
v. To ask earenstly To beg
n. A plea or earnest request
haunt
v. To stay in one's mind continually
To visit frequently
To appear in the form of a ghost.
impel
v. to drive or to propel
To urge or drive by force or moral pressure
interminable
adj. Endless seeming to be without an end
irascible
adj. Quick tempered irratitable
profound
adj. Intence deeply felt
Having understanding or knowlage that goes beneath the surface beyond the obvious
recluse
reclusive
n. A person who lives apart from society and often alone
adj. Withdrawn from society
reverberate
v. To be repaeated as in a series of echoes or viberations
sage
adj. having wisedom and good jugement
n. A person known for wisom and good jugement
An aromatic grayish green plantused in cooking
tirade
n. A long angry speech
tremulous
adj. Marked by trembling or shaking
Timid or fear