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abhorrent
in conflict; utterly opposed; loathsome; repugnant
abhor
to detest; to hate
admonish
warn; reprove; caution
admonition
gentle warning; friendly reproof
ambrosial
extremely pleasing to taste or smell; delicious; heavenly
confine
shut up; imprison; keep in narrow, cramped quarters
confinement
imprisonment
decade
period of ten years
detonate
explode with suddenness and violence
detonation
explosion
ephemeral
short-lived; fleeting; transitory
gullible
easily deceived or cheated; credulaous
gull
deceive; cheat
haggle
dispute or argue over a price in a petty way; bargain; wrangle
immerse
plunge or place into a liquid; dip; duck
immerse (2)
engross; absorb
immersion
state of being deeply engrossed; absorption
insomnia
inability to sleep
insomniac
one who cannot sleep