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aberration
A departure from the norm or what is considered right, natural, or normal; a flaw or defect.
antiquated
Grown old; out-of-date.
celestial
Of or relating to the skies or heavens.
certitude
The state of being certain of the truth or rightness of something.
disburse
To distribute something or pay out money, especially from a public or other fund.
galaxy
A vast cluster of stars and other matter, billions of which make up the known universe.
intractable
Hard to manage, tame, or control; stubborn; not easily cured.
juncture
A joining or coming together; the place where such a connection occurs.
juxtapose
To place side by side.
maelstrom
A large and violent whirlpool or something resembling a whirlpool.
optimum
Best or most favorable.
pillory
To expose to public scorn or contempt.
proliferate
To grow, expand, or multiply at a rapid rate.
remiss
Negligent; careless; lax.
titanic
Marked by great strength, size, or influence.