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(n) whim; vagary; a sudden unpredictable change of one's mind; the tendency to change one's mind without apparent or adequate motive (adj) fanciful, whimsical, erratic
(n) the "science" (popular at various times throughout history; now disproven) of determining a person's character from the physical features of his/her face or body; a person's face, when used as an index to his/her character
(n) high station, rank, or repute; outstanding reputation; distinction, renown; high elevation; a title of honor for cardinals
(v) to claim or profess, to present the appearance of being; to convey, express, or imply (n) the meaning, import, or sense; a purpose or intention
(n) demeanor, air, manner, deportment, or bearing; the affect created by one's behavior and appearance
(n) a building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance; any large, complex system or organization
(adj) leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imperative, dictatorial, decisive, authoritative, bossy, demanding
(adj) propitious, promising, encouraging, favored by fortune, likely to turn out well, boding good things)
(adj) repentant, contrite, remorseful, sorry for having sinned and seeking atonement (n) a person who confesses sin and submits to a penance
(n) vengeance, revenge, payback, justice, requital of evil acts; in theology, the distribution of rewards and punishments in an afterlife
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