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Benevolence
kindness/sweetness
countenance
Facial expressing
impertinent
not showing proper respect
emaciated
abnormally thin or weak
restoration
the action of returning something to a former condition
indefatigable
persisting tirelessly
sublime
with so much beauty it creates excitement and awe
confide
trust, vent to.
caprice
sudden change of mood
vehement
showing strong feeling, strongly angry. or sad. or happy. Very excited.
without uniform; unsystematic
indiscriminately
gallant
brave or heroic
ardour
enthusiasm. love.
apathy
not caring.
lassitude
mental weariness.
disconsolate
unhappy
inclemency
severe rough or harsh weather conditions
purloined
stolen or found
incommoded
not convenient
despondence
loss of courage or hope
dejection
sad or Depressed feeling.
lofty
high
pretension
a claim to impress
assemblages
a collection of things
massacring
kill violently on purpose.
dilligence
careful work with much effort
alluring
mysteriously attractive
sagacity
smarts/intelligence
unacquainted
not well known.
annihilation
destruction or obliteration
solicited
ask someone for Something
dread
not look forward to
tumultuous
making loud, confused noise
gloom
darkness; horror
wretched
to be in an unfortunate state
conjecture
an opinion or conclusion based on incomplete information
exordium
an introduction
avow
confess openly
poignant
a keen sense of regret
competent
having the knowledge or skill to do something with success
earnestness
with strong belief; confidence
insurmountable
to great to be overcome
loathsome
causing hatred or disgust
harrowing
causing little amounts of distress
commencement
the beginning or start