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allies
plural of ally; one that is associated with another as a helper
firmament
the vault or arch of the sky
intrigue
to arouse the interest, desire, or curiosity of
discord
lack of agreement or harmony (as between persons, things, or ideas)
deposed
to remove from a throne or other high position; to put down
thwarting
to run counter to so as to effectibely oppose or baffle; tp oppose successfuly; to defeat the hopes or aspirations of
compassion
sympathetic awareness of others' distress together with a desire to lessen it
impulsive
acting momentarily
concocted
to devise; make up; contrive or plan
implacable
not to be appeased, calmed, or soothed
miser
a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to save and hoard money
gloated
to feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction
myth
a traditional or legendary story that involves G-ds or heroes and explains cultual practice or a natural phenomenon
obliged
to require or constrain, as by law, command, conscience, or force of necessity
adept
very skilled; proficient; expert
fierce
menacingly wild, savage, or hostile
trough
a long, narrow, open receptacle, usually boxlike in shape, used chiefly to hold water or food for animals.
prudent
wise or sensible in practical affairs
rivalry
one of two or more striving to reach or obtain something that only one can possess
precocious
exhibiting mature qualities at an unusually early age
wit
resoning power, intelligence
impudence
the quality or state of being disrespectful; audacity or nerve
appalled
to fill with shock or dismay
brawny
muscular; strong
gaped
to stare with open mouth, as in wonder
pageant
a mere show; an ostentatious display; an elaborate colorful exhibition or spectacle often with music that consists of a series of scences, of a loosely unified drama, or of a procession usually with floats