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moratorium

a formal delay; a suspension

demure

modest and shy

demur

to express unwillingness to do something; to object

extemporaneous

done without planning; improvised

temporal

having to do with finite time or everyday life (as opposed to the eternal or spiritual)

temporize

to put off making a decision; to stall

diurnal

happening or active during the day

sojourn

a short stay or visit

adjourn

to formally bring to an end

anachronism

something that seems to be out of its proper time

chronicle

to tell or write the history of

synchronous

happening at the same time as

regal

of or like a king or queen

reign

authority; rule

regicide

the murder of a king

convict

to find guilty

victorious

winning or succeeding

evict

to force to leave

possessive

wanting to own or control; jealous

potent

very strong or powerful

omnipotent

ruling all; all-powerful

domestic

having to do with the home

dominate

to rule completely

dominion

an area ruled or controlled

domicile

a home

capacity

an ability; potential

captivate

to interest greatly; to charm

recipient

a person who gets something

apprehend

to seize; to arrest

comprehend

to understand

assumption

a belief that is accepted as true

consume

to use up; devour

presumptuous

having too much confidence

sumptuous

very luxurious or rich

rapture

a state of intense joy

rapidity

speed; quickness

deposit

to put down; to drop

composition

the makeup of something

proposition

an idea put forth; a suggestion

opponent

one who goes against; rival

impermanent

not lasting forever

remnant

something left over

status

a condition or situation

circumstance

condition surrounding something; a situation

constant

something that stays the same

stationary

standing still; not moving

affection

a feeling of love or liking; tender feeling

agenda

a list of things to do

coagulate

to solidify; to clump or clot

cooperate

to work with; to be helpful

deficient

not having enough; lacking

defunct

no longer working; no longer active

facsimile

a copy; an imitation

inoperable

not working; not able to be fixed or cured

malfunction

something that goes wrong; problem

operational

in working order

petrify

to scare; frighten

suffice

to be enough

transact

to carry out

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