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unwitting
adj. Not done on purpose; unintended
muse
v. To think about in a quiet, careful way
plague
n. 1.A deadly disease that spreads rapidly from person to person
2. Anything that causes destruction or suffering
v. To cause suffering or distress
annihilate
v. To destroy completely; to reduce to utter ruin
pioneer
n. A person who goes before others and opens the way for them to follow
v. To open the way for others
mortal
n. A human being, especially as contrasted to God
adj. 1. Of or relating to human beings
2. Causing death; fatal
3. Very severe
subside
v. 1.To sink to a lower level
2.To become quieter or less active
benefactor
n. A person who provides help, especially by giving money
wrath
n. Forceful anger; fury
WRATHFUL adj. Very angry
heed
v. To pay attention to
n. Attention; notice
HEEDFUL adj. Paying careful attention
HEEDLESS adj. Failing to pay proper attention
devoid
adj. Lacking; empty; entirely without
aghast
adj. Struck with horror; shocked
devious
adj. 1.Having many twists and turns; winding
2.Sneaky; not frank or honest
bestow
v. To give as an honor; to present as a gift
admonish
v.1.To win
2.To criticize gently
ADMONITION n.A warning