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NemNight Vocabulary

Night Vocabulary 3

dysentery intestinal inflammation causing abdominal pain and severe diarreah.
annihilate destroy comletely; exterminate
summarily promptly and without formality
knell the sound of a bell rung slowly at a funeral; often used metaphoracilly to mean a bad omen
indeterminate indefinate; vague subtle
stupefied stunned; amazed
apathy lack of interest or emotion; difference
vigilance the state of watchfulness; alertness, especially to danger
inert motionless; lacking the ability to move or act
interminable endless
harangued scolded; especially in a noisy and bullying way
bestial like a beast; cruel and savage
appeasing satisfying or relieving
premonition a feeling that something will happen, especially something bad
implored begged; pleaded
inconsiderable unimportant
compulsory required in which something must be done
unremittingly constantly without interuption
Created by: gonzaleznemesis