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Harangue (v)

O.

To criticize, scold, or berate

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Reparation (n)

O.

Something paid back, an amends

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Sumptuous (adj)

O.

Luxurious, costly, extravagant

3

Craven (adj)

O.

Cowa...

Cowardly, gutless, spineless

4

Shirk (v)

O.

To avoid work, be negligent

5

Overweening (adj)

O.

Arrogant, conceited, haughty

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Slake (v)

O.

To sat.

To satisfy a craving, quench, to moderate

7

Circumspect (adj)

O.

Caut...

Cautious, prudent, careful

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Vaunt (v)

O.

To brag, be boastful

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Staid (adj)

O.

SSS

Serious, solemn, sober

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Charlatan (n)

O.

Fraud, pretender, poser

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Hale (adj)

O.

Sound, entire, healthy, robust, not impaired

12

Lithe (adj)

O.

Flexible, supple

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Paltry (adj)

O.

Insufficient

Insignificant, trifling

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Cadge (v)

O.

To beg, mooch

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Bleared (adj)

Sg

Dimmed, blurred, as by tears

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Bower (n)

Sg

Place enclosed by trees, a rustic shelter

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Impending(adj)

Sg

Threatening, hanging over, coming soon

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Penance (n)

Sg

An act preformed to show sorrow for sin

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Relish (v)

Sg

To enjoy or appreciate, to take great pleasure in

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Herald

Sg

Officials who announce important news

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Chivalry.

Sg

Noble qualities that a knight was supposed to have (courage,honor)

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Spawned

Sg

To bing forth, or be the source of

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Tumbril (n)

TTc

A cart used to carry prisoners to the guillotine

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Auspicious (adj)

TTc

Promising success, favorable

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Demur (v)

TTc

Object or refuse on grounds of cowardice

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Incredulity (n)

TTc

Disbelief, skepticism

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Deportment (n)

TTc

Behavior, demeanor

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Sagacity (n)

TTc

Wisdom, discernment, sound judgement

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Intangible (adj)

TTc

Incapable of being physically touched

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Incorrigible (adj)

TTc

Incapable of being corrected or reformed

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Prattle (v)

TTc

Chatter, babble, foolish talk

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Ardor (n)

TTc

Great warmth of feeling, favor, passion

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Magnanimous (adj)

TTc

Courageously noble at mind and heart, quick to grant forgiveness.

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Assiduous (adj)

TTc

Constant, unceasing, persistent,diligent

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Vestige (n)

TTc

A trace, mark or sign of something that once existed and disappeared

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Capitulate (v)

TTc

To surrender

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Elicit (v)

TTc

To draw or bring out or forth, reduce, evoke

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Propensity (n)

TTc

A natural inclination, preference

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Inter (v)

TTc

To bury

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Dubious (adj)

TTc

Doubtful, questionable

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Taciturn (adj)

TTc

Incline to silence, untalkitive

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Reproach (v)

TTc

To scold, criticize, blame