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meddlesome
adj. Given to taking part in others' affairs without being asked.
inflict
v. To cause something painful to be felt.
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 and nourish a thought or feeling in mind.
meddle
v. To involve oneself in other people's affairs without being asked.
agonizing
adj. Very painful.
loathe
v. To hate or dislike greatly.
catapult
n. A machine used in ancient wars that threw objects with great force.

v. To move or be moved suddenly and with great force, as if by a catapult.
loathing
n. A feeling of hatred.
translate
v. To put into a different language.
rouse
v. 1. To awaken, to wake up. 2. To stir up; to excite.
monstrous
adj. 1. Causing shock; horrible; wicked. 2. Extremely large.
steadfast
adj. unchanging; steady; loyal
grim
adj. 1. Cruel; fierce. 2. Unfriendly or threatening; stern. 3. Unpleasant; disturbing.
escalate
v. To go up or increase in size or scope.
agony
n. Great pain of mind or body; suffering.
abolish
v. To bring to an end; to do away with.
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 letter or symbol used in writing or printing.
denounce
v. 1. To speak out against something; to criticize. 2. To accuse someone of doing something wrong.