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Tom Clements

solicit

to seek out

succinctly

tersely, briefly, concisely

expound

to explain or describe in detail

docility

tameness, a willingness to be taught, good behavior

disposition

mood or temperament

conspicuous

obvious, easily noticed

indulge

to spoil; to give in, as to a craving or desire

derive

to receive from a source, originate

sagacious

intelligent, shrewd, clever

derivable

able to be received from a source, obtainable

paltry

pitifully small or worthless

fidelity

loyalty

uncongenial

dissimilar in tastes and habits

partiality

a special liking for something

tincture

to imbue with a quality

allusion

indirect reference

temperament

an attitude, a manner of behaving

intemperance

excessive with regards to one's behavior, immoderate

restrain

to control, repress, restrict, hold back

scruple

a hesitation caused by moral conscience

peevish

marked by ill temper

malevolence

ill-will, desire to cause evil or harm to other

atrocity

revolting wickedness, cruelty

debauch

excessive eating or drinking, overindulgence

sentiment

an attitude, thought, or judgement prompted by feeling

remorse

a gnawing distress arising from a sense of guilt

equivocal

ambiguous, open to more

irrevocable

conclusive, irreversible

perverseness

deliberate disobedience or misbehavior

impulse

sudden tendency, inclination

faculty

the ability to act or do

perpetual

endless, lasting

inclination

tendency toward

unfathomable

very difficult to understand; incapable of being measured

consummate

to accomplish, to complete

conflageration

a big, destructive fire

grave

to carve or cut into a hard surface

apparition

an unexpected or unusual sight or appearance, a ghostly figure

adjacent

next to, close, bordering

stupefied

having dull sense; stunned, astonished

infamy

a reputation for bad deeds

constitute

to be the part or components of something, to compose

evince

to show clearly or display

disposition

mood or temperament

loathing

hatred or dislike

odious

hateful, contemptible

pestilenec

epidemic, plague, illness

aversion

intense dislike

pertinacity

stubborn persistence

contemptuously

scornfully

incarnate

having human or bodily form; personified

incupmbent

leaning or pressing upon something else

succumb

to give in or over to a superior force

compel

to urge or force

exasperate

to irritate

wrath

anger, rage

goad

to prod or urge

expedient

a method

forbear

to refrain or resist; to tolerate to put up with

insrutability

the inability to be fully seen or understood

allay

to lessen, ease, or soothe

arch

having the highest rank, most important

anomalous

irregular or deviating from the norm

exult

to be extremely joyful to rejoice

consign

to commit especially to a final destination or fate

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