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presumptuous
oversteping due bounds; taking liberties
ornery
having an irritable disposition
pulsate
to throb or move rhythmically
conjure
to summon by or as if by invocation or incantation
precision
the quality or state of being exact, accurate, or definite
cowlick
a lock or tuft of hair growing in a different direction from the rest of the hair
impersonate
to assume or act the character of
magnitude
a great size or extent: spatial quality
pucker
to become wrinkled or constricted
scalded
to be burnt with or as if with hot liquid or steam; scorched
sanctuary
a consecrated place: the most sacred part of a religious building: the room in which general worship services are held; a place for worhip
agitate
to excite and often trouble the mind or feelings of
parsonage
the house provided by a church for its pastor
obliged
to put in one's debt by a favor or service; to constrain by physical, moral, or legal force or by the exigencies of circumstance
unperturbed
to not be disrupted in mind
decapitate
to cut off the head of
brazen
marked by contemptuous boldness
beseech
to beg for urgently or anxiously; to request earnestly
elusive
tending to evade grasp or pursuit; hard to comprehend or define; hard to isolate or identify
iridescent
having or exhibiting a lustrous rainbowlike play of color caused by differential refraction of light waves
sterile
falling to bear or incapable of producing fruit or spores
rearing
to erect by building; to bring to maturity or self-sufficiency usually though nurturing care
corrugate
to form or shape into wrinkles or folds or into alternating ridges and grooves
serenade
a complimentary vocal or instrumental performance
integrate
to form, coordinate, or blend into a functioning or unified whole
parcel
to divide into parts: distribute
sedative
an agent or drug that calms, moderates, or tranquilizes nervousness or excitement
ricochet
to bounce or skip with or as if with a glancing rebound
jilted
to dop capriciously or unfeelingly
henceforth
from now on
consolation
the act or an instance of alleviating the grief, sense of loss, or the trouble of
fractured
damaged or destroyed as if by rupturing
deliberate
characterized by or resulting from careful and thorough consideration
cloister
a monastic establishment
extractor
one that draws forth, pulls, or takes out forcibly
deciduous
falling off or shedding seasonally or at a certain stage of development in the life cycle
excruciate
to inflict intense pain on
forage
to wander in search of food
dillydally
to waste time by loitering or delaying
skittish
lively or frisky in action; easily frightened; coy, bashful
confine
to hold within a location; to keep within limits
perpetual
continuing forever; everlasting
fidget
to move or act restlessly or nervously
array
a regular or imposing grouping or arrangement
configuration
relative arrangement of parts or elements
submerge
to put under water
stupefy
to make stupid, groggy, or insensible; astonish, astound
prod
to urge someone on
Bona Fide
made in good faith without fraud or deceit
poise
to hold supported or suspended without motion in a steady position
frenzy
a temporary madness
demoralize
to corrupt the morals of
lament
to express sorrow, mourning, or regret for often demonstratively
intent
the act or fact of intending; a usually clearly formulated or planned intention
quiver
to shake or move with a slight trembling motion
exert
to put forth as strength
contemplate
to view or consider with continued attention
handicraft
a manual skill
ignoramus
an utterly ignorant person; dunce
extradite
to obtain the surrender of an alleged criminal usually under the provisions of a treaty or statute by one authority as a state to another having jurisdiction to try the charge of
eternity
infinite time
infidel
one who is not a Christian or who opposes Christianity
heretic
a dissenter from established religious dogma
suffrage
a short intercessory prayer usually in a series; the right of voting
repast
something taken as food/meal
prosecution
the party by whom criminal proceedings are instituted or conducted
loathe
to dislike greatly and often with disgust or intolerance
dogma
something held as an established opinion
agnostic
a person who holds the view that any ultimate reality is unknown and probably unknowable
cynical
deeply distrustful
animosity
ill will or resentment tending toward active hostility
bias
an inclination of temperament; unreasoned judgment
commendable
worthy of confidence or notice
anguish
extreme pain, distress, or anxiety
nonchalance
the quality or state of having an air of easy unconcern or indifference