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artless
adj. without art
foolery
n. foolish behavior
vegetative
adj. like a vegetable
controller
n. one who controls
revisal
n. the act of revising
crusade
n. war sanctioned by the Catholic Church
havoc
n. chaos
assets
n. things of value
inland
adj. not touching the coast
lifetime
n. period of someone's life
remodel
"v. repair, make over"
sordid
adj. unpleasantly immoral
qualification
n. proof of achievement
amend
v. change
luxuriance
n. richness
cordial
adj. heartfelt
inextensible
adj. impossible to extend
parliament
n. collection of politicians
advisory
adj. in a position of advising
afterthought
n. thought coming after the main train of thought
nauseous
adj. wanting to throw up
epilogue
n. text at the end of a larger text
dissipation
n. state of spreading out
abundant
adj. in plentiful supply
recluse
n. one who separates themselves from society
ashen
adj. ash-colored
licit
adj. allowed
gradient
n. degree of slope
depositor
n. one who deposits
incidentally
adv. As an aside
disquiet
n. state of being uneasy
equestrian
n. one who rides horses
pentameter
n. poetic meter with five beats
fancier
n. enthusiast
secrecy
n. the state of being secret
discard
v. throw away
originate
v. spring from
writhe
"v. contort, wriggle"
finite
adj. having limits
artisan
n. skilled craftsperson
counterbalance
v. act as balance against
ebb
v. become weaker
precious
adj. valuable
exclamation
n. shout
onrush
n. surge forward
mechanics
n. the study of mechanical movement
bosom
n. woman's chest
quarantine
n. holding area for those suspected of disease
reform
v. change for the better
facial
adj. to do with the face
unbearable
adj. not able to be endured
extensible
adj. capable of being extended
thrall
n. state of being under someone's power
zeal
n. keenness
analogy
n. useful comparison
knighthood
n. the title of a knight
defendant
n. one who is being sued or charged with a crime
hazard
n. danger
drone
n. dull buzzing sound
maternal
adj. motherly
append
v. add to
sacrifice
v. give up
wizen-faced
adj. having a wrinkled face
intervale
n. thin slice of land next to a river
inefficient
adj. not efficient
principal
adj. most important
secretary
n. assistant helping with administrative tasks
contrive
v. bring about
husband
v. conserve resources
successful
adj. full of success
visualize
v. imagine
shuffle
v. rearrange same items in different order
postscript
n. (PS) additional remark
shrinkage
n. process of shrinking
peerage
n. British title of nobility allowing the user to sit in a House of Law