Benevolence-goodwill or kindness
Caustic-Causing a burning or stinging sensation,
as from intense emotion:
Congeal-To cause to solidify or coagulate
or to undergo a process likened to
Covetous-Marked by extreme desire to acquire
Credentials-Evidence or testimonials concerning
one's right to credit, confidence,
Entreaty-An earnest request or petition;
Executer -To perform; do-To put to death,
especially by carrying out a lawful sentence.
Executor-person appointed to carry out the terms of a will
Extinguished-squelched or put out, as a
Garret-A room on the top floor of a house,
typically under a pitched roof; an attic.
Implore-To make an earnest appeal: To beg
for urgently; entreat
Impropriety-improper action or behavior
Impropriety-The quality or condition of being improper 2. An improper or unacceptable usage in speech
Incredulous-unwilling or unable to believe
Intimation-To make known subtly and indirectly;
Lamentation-expression of deep sorrow
Legatee-The inheritor of a legacy.
Lunatic-. Suffering from lunacy; insane 2.Characterized by lunacy or eccentricity
Misanthropic- Characterized by a hatred or mistrustful scorn for humankind.
Multitude-The condition or quality of being numerous. A very
great number. The masses; the populace
Ominous-serving as a omen, especially an
Penance-self-punishment for wrongdoing
Ponderous-very heavy: massive
Rapture-The state of being transported by
a lofty emotion; ecstasy.
Replenish-To fill or make complete again;
add a new stock or supply to 2. To inspire
Resolute-Firm or determined; unwavering.
Rime-white mass of tiny crystals
solidification or coagulation-to jell
Solitary-Existing, living, or going without
Stave-set of lines, usually from a song
Tremulous-marked by trembling, quivering, or shaking. 2. Timid or fearful; timorous.
Trifle-Something of little importance or
Unhallowed-To violate the holiness of; profane
Aspiration- A strong desire for high achievement.2.
Expulsion of breath in speech
Brigands-A robber or bandit, especially
one of an outlaw band
Capacious-Capable of containing a large
quantity; spacious or roomy
Condescension-looking down on someone in
a haughty way
Condescension- Patronizingly superior behavior
Conducive-Tending to cause or bring about;
Corroborate-To strengthens or support with
other evidence; make more certain-confirm
Decanter-A vessel used for decanting, especially
a decorative bottle used for serving wine
Deftly-Quick and skillful;
Expend-To use up; consume
Instantaneous-Done or made as quickly or
directly as possible
Jocund-Sprightly and lighthearted in disposition,
character, or quality-jolly
Jovial-full of playful good humor
Laden-To burden or oppress; weigh down
Latent-hidden and undeveloped
Latent-Present or potential but not evident
Loath-Unwilling or reluctant; disinclined
Lustrous-Having a sheen or glow
Opaque-impenetrable by light; neither transparent
Pillaged-To rob of goods by force, especially
in time of war; plunder
Reclamation The act or process of reclaiming. 2.A restoration, as to productivity, usefulness, or morality.
Recumbent-Lying down, especially in a position
of comfort or rest; reclining
Reverently-with deep respect
Transition-Passage from one form, state,
style, or place to another.
Tumult-. A disorderly commotion or disturbance. B . A n uprising; a riot.-Agitation of the mind or
Tunic-A loose-fitting garment, sleeved or
sleeveless, extending to the knees and worn by men and women
Cant-insincere or meaningless talk
Compound-something that is made of several
Desolation-ruin and waste
Feint-false show; pretense
Heresy-opinion opposed to the established
Inaudible-not loud enough to be heard
Prostrate-lying with face downward
Rampant-rearing up like a horse: high-spirited
Subsequently- Following in time or order;
Ubiquitous-seeming to be everywhere at the
Avarice-Immoderate desire for wealth
Beetling-To make one's way or move like
Beseech-To request earnestly; beg for:
Creditor-person to whom money is owed
Defiance-open resistance to authority
Dominion-place of supreme authority or rule
Dwindle-To become gradually less until little
Essence-The intrinsic or indispensable properties
that serve to characterize or identify something.
Faltered-To be unsteady in purpose or action,
as from loss of courage or confidence
Flaunting-making a show or defiant display
Foreshadowed-To present an indication or
a suggestion of beforehand; presage.
Infamous-having a bad reputation
Intercede-To plead on another's behalf. To act as mediator in a dispute.
Odious-hateful; disgusting; offensive
Plunder- stolen goods: loot
Reconciled-adjusted; made content
Reek-To give off or become permeated with
a strong, unpleasant odor:
Relenting-becoming less severe
Relents-To become more lenient, compassionate,
Repent-to turn form sin and resolve to reform one’s
Repleted- well filled
Repulse-To drive back; repel. To rebuff or reject with rudeness, coldness,
Repute-To consider; suppose. A good reputation.
Revered-To regard with awe, deference, and
Scanty-Barely sufficient or adequate.
Slipshod-Marked by carelessness; sloppy
Strive-To exert much effort or energy; endeavor.
Tarry -To delay or be late in going, coming, or doing. To
Amends-To change for the better; improve
Array-to arrange in order 2. to dress especially splendidly
Borough-Chiefly British. a. A town having
a municipal corporation and certain rights, such as self-government. b. A town that sends a representative to Parliament.
Dispelled-To rid one's mind of: To drive away or off by or as if by scattering.
Endeavor-A conscientious or concerted effort
toward an end; an earnest attempt
Extravagance-The quality of being extravagant. Immoderate expense or display.
Giddy-Having a reeling, lightheaded sensation;
Hearty-Expressed warmly, exuberantly, and
Illustrious-Well known and very distinguished;
Jiffy-A short space of time; a moment.
Jovial-Marked by hearty conviviality and
good cheer: a jovial host.
Loited-to hang around idly
Pang-A sudden sharp spasm of pain. A sudden, sharp feeling of emotional distress
Peals-To sound in a peal; ring. verb, transitive To sound loudly and sonorously.
Portly-Comfortably stout; corpulent round in nature. Stately; majestic; imposing.
Poulterer-one that deals in poultry
Recompense-To award compensation for; make
a return for
Sidled-To move sideways: To advance in an unobtrusive, furtive, or coy way:
Waistcoat-Chiefly British. A short, sleeveless,
collarless garment worn especially over a shirt and often under a suit jacket; a vest.