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enemies, foes
n.

Adversaries

1

State of mind, mood, temperament
n.

Disposition

2

High regard
n.
To set a high value on; regard
v.

Esteem

3

To become weak or feeble; to suffer neglect; to become dispirited
v.

Languish

4

Relating to marriage
adj.

Nuptial

5

Unjust or cruel exercise of power
n.

Oppression

6

A serious or solemn event or ceremony
n.

Solemnity

7

Highly destructive or injurious; deadly
adj.

Pernicious

8

A straight double-edged sword
n.

Rapier

9

Sin or crime
n.

Transgression

10

Brave; courageous
adj.

Valiant

11

To make greater; to increase
v.

Augment

12

Innocent; pure; modest
adj.

Chaste

13

Conplaint; suffering; distress
n.

Grievance

14

To make free of something unwanted
v.

Purge

15

To imagine or contrive; to use magic to bring forth something
v.

Conjure

16

The worship of a physical object as a god
n.

Idolatry

17

The act of petitioning for help; entreaty
n.

Invocation

18

A false swearing; a lie
n.

Perjury

19

To obtain or get; to get possession of
v.

Procure

20

Able or apt to change; fickle; inconstant
adj.

Variable

21

Difficult to control; undisciplined
adj.
A spoiled person
n.

Wanton

22

Exile; the removal of one from his country
n.

Banishment

23

Disaster; a deep depression caused by loss or misfortune
n.

Calamity

24

To praise; to recommend as worthy of confidence
v.

Commend

25

Mental skill or quickness
n.

Dexterity

26

To triumph or succeed
v.

Prevail

27

To settle or resolve; to restore a friendship; to make right
v.

Reconcile

28

Repulsive, disgusting, despicable, or abhorrent
adj.

Vile

29

To reduce in degree or intensity; to put an end to
v.

Abate

30

to dress or decorate; adorn
v.

Array

31

To lead by deception; to hoodwink; to trick
v.

Beguile

32

A stand on which a corpse or coffin is placed
n.

Bier

33

A slow, solemn, and mournful piece of music
n.

Dirge

34

Agitated with doubt or mental conflict
adj.

Distraught

35

To generate pus; to rot; to putrefy
v.

Fester

36

Stretched out with face on the ground in adoration or submission; lying flat
adj.

Prostrate

37

One that receives or contains something; a container
n.

Receptacle

38

A burial garment
n.
To cover for protection; to conceal
v.

Shroud

39

To loathe; regard with extreme repugnance; hate
v.

Abhor

40

One who prepares and sells drugs for medicinal purpose
n.

Apothecary

41

Strongly moved by love; enamored
adj.

Amorous

42

To join in a secret agreement to do an unlawful act; scheme
v.

Conspire

43

To form in the mind, to invent, conceive
v.

Devise

44

To arrange; to set readiness; to put into place
v.

Dispose

45

Villain; one who has committed a felony (serious crime)
n.

Felon

46

To deposit a corpse in the earth or in a tomb
v.

Inter

47

An illicit lover
n.

Paramour

48

A place of burial; a tomb
n.

Sepulcher

49

Tiresome because of length or dullness; boring; or English class :)
adj.

Tedious

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Unpleasant to taste or smell; disagreeable
adj.

Unsavory

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