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abjured
renounced, gave up under oath
appellation
name (thing or person)
asunder
apart
avarice
greed
bane
destruction
blackguard
scoundrel
cambric
thin, plain cotton fabric, usually white
churlish
mean
clamour
uproar, complaining
compunction
hesitation, sense of regret
consumption
tuberculosis
copious
abundance or fullness of thoughts or words
curate
clergyman
deranged
insane
destitute
utterly lacking
diabolical
devilish
dilatory
slow
discomfited
confused, frustrated
disenchanted
freed from illusion or false belief
dispatched
hastened
disquietude
restlessness
dissented
disagreed
dissipation
intemperance, excessive drinking
elysium
paradise
emulated
imitated, rivaled
enigmatic
mysterious
epistle
letter
execration
profanity
expedient
proper, suitable for purpose
filial
having the relation of a child to a parent
heterodox
heretical
immolation
burning to destruction
impertinence
arrogance
importuned
begged
incipient
initial
interdict
prohibition
iteration
repeated statement
lachrymose
mournful
languid
indifferent
magisterial
imperious
malignancy
dangerous
misanthropist
cynic, hater of humankind
mortified
humiliated
munificent
generous
obdurate
stubborn
obviated
made unnecessary
odious
horrible
paragon
model or pattern of excellence
paroxysm
spasm
penetralium
innermost part of a building
reproached
blamed
reproved
disapproved, rebuked
sagacity
intelligence
salubrious
healthful
scruple
principle
sexton
church official
smiting
charming
soliloquized
talked to oneself
sundry
various
tacit
silent
tenure
possession
trepidation
trembling fear, alarm, or agitation
usurped
wrongfully took up
vapid
dull
vigilant
wary
vindictive
vengeful
vociferating
shouting