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aggregate.
total amount.
clement.
1)mild.
[weather]
2)mercy.
[plead for]
congeal.
1)thicken.
[in cold weather]
2)become solid.
[quickly]
defect.
1)fault.
[serious]
2)switch.
[to the enemy]
disseminate.
spread.
enrapture.
delight.
hedonism.
belief that pleasure is the greatest good.
febrile.
feverish.
incarnate.
in bodily form.
intone.
say in a monotone.
necromancy.
the foretelling of the future by communication with the dead.
paraplegia.
paralysis of the lower part of the body.
polemic.
disputes.
ramifications.
far-reaching consequences.
sophistry.
clever but misleading.
amity.
friendship.
cohort.
company of soldiers.
contingent.
1)group comprising part of a larger group.
[large]
2)conditional.
[upon]
3)possibility.
[any]
desecrate.
violate the sacredness.
distrait.
inattentive.
epicure.
person with highly-cultivated tastes.
friable.
easily-crumbled.
hibernate.
sleep during the winter.
ingot.
bar.
laudatory.
expressing praise.
mobilize.
prepare for a state of war.
obliquity.
1)departure from what is right.
[to cover up one's]
2)confusing statements.
[a series of]
patrician.
aristocratic.
rabid.
1)dangerously diseased.
[dog]
2)fanatical.
[follower]
3)extremely violent.
[she became]
rapport.
a sympathetic relationship with others.
supposition.
assumption that something is true.