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retrospect
n. looking back at past events
dominant
adj. most powerful
pavilion
n. outside tented space
possessive
adj. demanding someone's total attention
dejection
n. a sad state
despite
prep. In spite of
leniency
n. being permissive
depose
v. remove from office suddenly and forcefully
deportment
n. person's behavior
substantive
adj. having a firm base in reality
protagonist
n. leading character
constraint
n. restriction
up-keep
n. process of keeping something in good condition
detached
adj. separate
prelate
important church official
insufficiency
n. not being sufficient
moderate
adj. average
maintenance
n. process of keeping something in good condition
mongrel
n. of mixed breeds
dismount
v. get down from a horse or bicycle
journalize
v. write in a journal
hysteria
n. uncontrollable group emotion
overdose
n. dangerous dose of a drug
torturous
adj. causing extreme pain
logic
n. valid reasoning
weak-kneed
adj. cowardly
shriek
n. high-pitched sound
practicable
adj. able to be done
delude
v. deceive
adjacent
adj. next to
embark
v. board a vehicle
mystification
n. state of puzzling someone
polysyllable
adj. more than one syllable
misuse
v. use for the wrong purpose
absolve
v. declare free from responsibility
miniature
adj. smaller size than normal
chronology
n. study of history to establish dates of past events
inanimate
lifeless
energetic
adj. showing great activity
possessor
n. someone who owns something
playful
adj. likes to play
accord
"an official agreement, harmony"
gluttony
n. eating excessively
matrix
n. environment in which something develops
adjunct
adj. something added on that is not essential
prophecy
n. prediction
recruit
v. enlist in armed forces
elusion
n. escape
heresy
n. belief contrary to orthodox religion
neglectful
n. fail to care for properly
incomplete
adj. not finished
Pantheon
n. all gods collectively
obstruction
n. obstacle
pantheism
n. belief God is the universe
algorithm
n. process of calculations
adjutant
n. military officer who is an assistant to a senior officer
believe
v. accept something as true
statute
n. law passed by a legislative body
inadmissible
n. not deserving to be admitted
lunatic
n. crazy person
grief
n. deep sorrow
concoct
v. create
expulsion
n. denying someone membership
perpetrator
n. one who commits crimes
distiller
n. one who makes liquor
statuesque
adj. tall and dignified
flexible
adj. capable of bending
merciful
adj. showing forgiveness
phenomenal
adj. extraordinary
chameleon
n. lizard that can change colors easily
demonstrable
n. capable of being proved
faun
"n. rural god, half-goat, half-man"
susceptible
adj. likely to be harmed
piccolo
n. small flute with high pitched sound
abstract
adj. only exists as a idea