The Crucible Act I
n. a fortress or stronghold that protects a city
adj. existing in or belonging to an individual from birth.
n. a government or state run by officials regarded as divinely guided.
n. something that readily appears to the senses; materialization
n. the instance of refraining from a particular act.
n. an uncivilized or savage person.
n. an assembly of people meeting for worship and religious instruction
v. to practice magical arts; to summon up, particularly a devil or a spirit.
n. acts that are worthy of extreme disgust and hatred.
n. fate; divine intervention; destiny
adj. unforgiving; vengeful
adj. dreadful; alarming; terifying
n. a sacred song or poem used in the praise or worship of a Deity
v. to excite pleasurably
adj. being in actual contact; touching; adjoining
n. evil; injustice; wickedness
adj. extraordinary in bulk, quantity or degree
n. dealing with or possession by the devil
n. a quality or state of ill-will, spite of hatred.
n. immoral; shameless