english vocab #4

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arduous

requiring great exertion; laborious; difficult

rectitude

rightness to principle of conduct

facilitate

to make easier or less difficult

subsequent

occurring or coming later or after

eradicate

to remove or destroy utterly

solace

comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble

insidious

intended to entrap; stealthily treacherous or decietful

martial

inclined or disposed to war; warlike

supplication

humble prayer, entreaty, or petition

avert

to turn away or aside

spurned

to reject with disdain; scorn; to treat with contempt; despise

inviolate

free from violation, injury, desecration, or outrage

vigilant

ever awake and alert; sleeplessly watchful

inevitable

unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped; unalterable

consolation

the act of consoling; comfort; solace

celestial

pertaining to the sky or visible heaven

impious

lacking reverence for God; irreligious; ungodly

relinquished

to renounce or surrender

pretense

the act or pretending or alleging falsely

dominion

rule; control; domination

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