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Abash
Embarrassed
Alacrity
One who is ready
Beadle
Someone who ushers and keeps order in the church during services
Appellation
A name or title
Augur
A group of Romans to interpreted omens
Besom
a broom made of brush
commiseration
to express pity
Contumely
Rudeness
Countenance
Facial expression or general appearance
Decorous
Proper or formal with respect to behavior, manners, appearance, or the like
Dotage
Weakness of mind or foolishness
Emolument
Profit or compensation from one's position or employment, such as salary or fees
Esoteric
Understood or known only by a few persons who have special training, access, or interests
Evanescent
Vanishing; Fading away; fleeting