obtained possession of something
an angry dispute; quarrel
something given to make up for something else
showing contempt; scornfully
having to do with the church or the clergy
hard to overcome or deal with
not consistent; not in agreement
being permanent; lasting
a right or privilege
sudden, disturbing feelings of uneasiness
intellectual, spiritual, or moral improvement
not audible; cannot be heard
gave in to one's pleasures; had what one wanted
not clearly expressed; hard to understand
strange or unusual qualities
a prison for criminals
to be destroyed; die
pleasantly calm or peaceful; quiet
an angry dispute or disagreement
the act of resigning, withdrawing
bitter, stinging, or caustic in nature or speech
making more certain; double-checking; conspiring
direct and unreserved in speech
a feeling or resentment or ill-will
hold contempt for, usually towards God or sacred principles
a thorough searching; a close examination or inquiry
a summons for witnesses or evidence before a court
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