20 terms

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admonish
warn against something or reprove something
apathy
lack of interest in difference
approbation
approval, favorable opinion
artifice
a clever device, a trick
blithe
happy, cheerful, light-hearted
congested
over-crowded, clogged
deference
respect, regard, courteous submission
devout
active in worship and prayer
disband
great ranks become scattered
drudgery
hard, uninteresting, disagreeable to work
edict
public order or demand by some authority or decree
epithet
a descriptive description which expresses some quality or attribute
exterminate
destroy completely
impotent
not having power or strength, hopeless
incidental
happening or likely to happen along with something else important
momentary
lasting only a moment
momentous
very important
overture
an introduction, a proposal, or offer at the beginning of a negotiation
perpetrate
to do or commit a crime, fraud, or do something foolish or bad
perpetuate
cause to last indefinitely