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Master Harold and the boys

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scandalize
v- to shock or horrify by something considered immoral or improper
emphatically
adv-to utter with emphasis, to say something in a way that is strongly expressive
barbaric
adj-uncivilized; primitive; cruel; crudely rich or splendid
magistrate
noun- a civil officer charged with administration of the law
oscillate
v- to vary or vacillate between differing beliefs, opinions, etc.
naught
n- nothing
adj-lost, ruined
intrepid
adj- stubbornly fearless
magnitude
n- great importance or consequence; greatness of size or amount
mirthless
adj- lacking real amusement and typically expressing irony
simultaneous
adj- existing, occurring, happening at the same time
vestiges
n- a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something that is no longer present or in existence
bigotry
n- stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from ones own
scholastically
adj- of or concerning schools and education
visionary
adj- unreal, imaginary, purely idealistic or speculative
n- person who is given audacious, daring ideas
incidentally
adv- apart or aside from the main subject of attention, discussion
perpetual
adj- continuing or enduring forever; everlasting
deportment
n- a person's behavior or manners