Night week 1

STUDY
PLAY
iniquity
injustice, sin; a grossly immoral act (n.)
intrinsic
part of the essential nature of something; inherent (adj)
penury
Extreme poverty (n)
edict
An order issued by someone in authority; an official order (n)
delusion
a false belief or opinion, error in perception (n)
conflagration
a large destructive fire (n.)
abyss
A deep or bottomless pit (n)
premonition
a sense of a future event; a warning in advance (n)
pillage
to rob of goods by open force (as in war), plunder; (n.) the act of looting (v.)
ghetto
A poor densely populated city district occupied by a minority ethnic group linked together by economic hardship and social restrictions (n)
infernal
pertaining to hell; devilish; inferno: place of fiery heat or destruction (n)
lucidity
Clear understanding (n)
pestilence
A rapidly spreading and usually fatal disease (n)
incite
to rouse, stir up, urge on (v.)
antecdote
a short story told to illustrate a point, narration, can be humorous (n)