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Puritanical
excessively strict in moral and religious matters; austere, disciplined
theocracy
a form of government in which God is recognized as the sumpreme rules
predestination
the belief that God from the begenning of time has foreordained everything
the elect
people chosen by God for salvation and eternal life
grace
freely given, unearned and unmerited love and mercy of God
utopia
a place or state of ideal perfection
sepulchure
tomb, grave, burial place
ponderous
massive, heavy,a wkward
inauspicious
unfortunate, unfavorable, boding ill
physiognomy
the face of countenance; outward appearance of anything which offers insight into character
indubitable
unquestionable, certain
scourge
to whip severely. a whip
magistrate
a cilil official charged with the administration of the law
demeanor
outward behavior, manner, conduct
venerable
commanding respect because of great age or dignity
infamy
evil reputation or strong condemnation as a result of a shameful, criminal, or outrageous act