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adapt
adjusting to surroundings (adj)
agnostic
doubts if god exists (noun/adj)
atheist
rejects god entirely (noun)
boisterous
jolly, full of life, loud noisy (adj)
conceited
full of them self, thinks greatly of themself (adj)
disciples
follower of either religious, politics, ...someone who spreads the word (noun.
homely
not attractive/elegant (adj)
humility
someone who is humble opposite of conceited, modest, not bragging (noun)
inane
lack of significance, stupid (adj/noun)
innumerable
infinite, numerous (adj)
monotonous
repetitive, same thing over and over again (noun)
mute
silent, light (noun/adj/verb)
mutiny
rebellion against constituted authority (noun/verb)
nonchalance
casual, lack of concern (noun)
pacifist
does not believe in violence (noun)
premature
when something happens before supposed to (adj)
reciprocal
even exchange (adj)
rile
makes you angry, annoy (verb)
spontaneous
energetic, doing things for no reason, do without thinking, act on impulse (adj)
unscrupulous
without morals, do not care about others (adj)
anoint
to apply oil, ointment, or a similat substance to......
bolster
to support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow cushion
brazen
shameless or impudent
cloister
a secluded quiet place
despicable
deserving of a scorn
eclectic
selecting or choosing from various sources.
excruciating
extremely painful; causing intense suffering, exceedingly elaborate or intense;
exert
to put forth or into use, as power; exercise, as ability or influence
inferno
a very intense and uncontrolled fire
ingenious
marked by inventive skill and imagination
magnitude
greatness of rank or position
miniscule
very small; tiny
misshapen
so badly formed or outa shape; ugly
oblivious
lacking memory, unmindful; unconscious; unaware
pious
commendable , worthy, having or showing a dutiful spirit of reverence for God or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations.
presumptuous
being bold, going beyond what is right or proper
serenade
a complimentary performance of vocal or instrumental music in the open air at night, as by a lover under the window of his lady.
shiftless
lacking in resourcefulness; inefficient; lazy.lacking in incentive, ambition, or aspiration.
vigil
wakefulness maintained for any reason during the normal hours for sleeping.
vigilante
any person who takes the law into his or her own hands, as by avenging a crime.
communion
a group of people who share the same religion, fellowship
decorous
characterized by dignified propriety in conduct, manners, appearance, character, etc.
eccentric
deviating from the recognized or customary character, practice, etc.; irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd
effulgence
shining forth brilliantly; radiant.
enmity
a feeling or condition of hostility; hatred; ill will; animosity; antagonism, tension towards someone
furtive
taken, done, used, etc., surreptitiously or by stealthsly; shifty manner
gesticulate
to make or use gestures, esp. in an animated or excited manner with or instead of speech.
hiatus
a break or interruption in the continuity of a work, series, action, etc.
immure
to enclose within walls.
incredulous
not credulous; disinclined or indisposed to believe; skeptical.
indignant
feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base
interpose
to place between; cause to intervene
martyr
a person who is willingly put to death on behalf of whats right or religion
mortification
humiliation, shame, self- denile, decay
obscure
not clear, difficult to make out
pallor
unusual or extreme paleness, as from fear, ill health, or death
pliant
bending readily; flexible; supple; adaptable:
proffer
an offer or proposal, to put before a person for acceptance; offer
specious
thinking something is true when it is not
strident
making loud noises, annoying personality
expeditious
Acting or done with speed and efficiency
extemporaneous
done, spoken, performed, etc., without special advance
inclement
rough, harsh; extreme, severe, stormy,rainy,showing no mercy
oscillate
to swing or move to and fro, between two choices, undecisive
rapacious
given to seizing for plunder or the satisfaction of greed, feeding on live prey
adhere
to stick to or cling 2.) to support or be devoted to
arbitrary
based on impulse or whim, not on a logical reason
autonomy
having independence or self government
coalesce
to grow or come together into one
constituent
1.) a member of a group represented by an elected official 2.) a component part
covert
secret, hidden, or clandestine
deity
a god or goddess
depict
to represent in words or images
disparity
1.) inequality or difference in amount, quality, or rank 2.) unlikeness; incongruity
eschew
to avoid
immanent
inherent; being within the limits of possible experience
inalienable
not capable of being given up or transferred
paradox
a statement or situation that seems to conflict with common sense or contradict itself but that may nevertheless be true
permeate
to flow or spread through; pervade 2.) to pass through the openings or pores of
pervasive
present in all parts of; permeating everywhere ( a __ smell)
piecemeal
bit by bit, gradually
renounce
to reject, give up, or disown
secular
relating to the worldly or temporal; not religious or spiritual
temporal
of, pertaining to, or limited by time
transcendent
1. exceeding usual limits; lying beyond the limits of all possible knowledge or experience 2. beyond comprehension