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Partisan

(Noun)


Weapon with a long blade/handle

Pernicious

(Adjective)


Causing insidious harm or ruin


(Bad, hurtful)

Covert

(Noun)


A covering, being concealed

Portent

(Adjective )


An indication something bad is going to happen, a forewarning

Accord (verb)

(Verb)


To be in agreement or harmony

Galling

(Noun)


Bile, something of a bitter substance

Virtious

(Adjective )


Conforming to moral or ethical principles (good qualities)

Wanton

(Noun)


Without regard for what is right, usually sex ally interpretation (lustful)

Disparage

(Noun)


To speak or treat belittling like

Profane

Verb


Or be disrespectful to someone's item

Entreaty

Verb


Earnest request or petition

Utterance

Noun


To give audible expression, speak, pronounce

Repose

Noun


In a state a here your resting and/or feeling calm

Idolatry

Noun


The religious worship or idols, excessive or blind adoration

Intercede

Noun


To attend let to reconcile differences between 2 people or groups, mediate,

Airy

Adjective


Light in manner, used to describe someone whose speaking

Forsaken (Adjective )

Adjective


To quit or leave entirely, abandon

Chide

Verb


To express disapproval of (critisize)

Rancor (noun)

Noun


Bitter, resentment

Baleful

Adjective


Full of menacing or pernicious

Discord

Noun


Disagreement, lack of harmony between people or things

Submissive

Noun


Ready to yield to authority of another

Feign

Verb


To pretend, fake

Dexterity

Noun


Skill, cleverness

Dissembles

Noun


To have false misleading, actor, misleading appearance

Perjury

Noun


False testimony under court of law (lie under oath)

Calamity

Noun


Great misfortune or disaster

Beguile

Verb


To influence by teickery, flattery ect

Ascend

Verb


To move, climb, or go upwards

Vexation

Verb


Irritation, to irritate

Presage

Verb


Something that Foreshadows

Cordial

Noun


Something to drink as in a strong medicine

Peruse

Verb


To read or examine with care

Interred

Verb


To place a dead body in a grave or bury

Inauspicious

Adjective


Adjective unfavorable, success is unlikely

Engrossing

Captivating , Adjective

Thwarted

Verb


To stop, prevent in purpose

Rigor

Noun, strictness, severity as in dealing with people

Dirge

Noun


A funeral song or sad tune

Inundated

Verb, to flood, overwhelm

Lament

Verb, to express sorrow, emotion

Melancholy

Noun, a gloomy state of mind, depression

Pensive

Adjective, dreamily or thoughtfully

Prostrate

Verb, to lay flat on the ground

Resolute

Adjective, firmly resolved or determined , set in purpose

Treacherous

Noun, violation of faith, betrayal

Supple

Adjective, bendable, breaking or becoming deformed