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Thoreau, etc

QuestionAnswer
Auroral characteristic of the dawn
Insular narrowly restricted in outlook or scope
Somnolence narrowly restricted in outlook or scope
Undulations wavelike movements
Cessation a discontinuation
Transpire come about, happen, or occur
Endeavor earnest and conscientious activity intended to accomplish something
Resignation the act of giving up
Superfluous more than is needed, desired, or required
Frittered reduced or squandered little by little
Founder fail utterly
Integrity moral soundness; incorruptible honesty
Din a loud or harsh noise
Palpitation a shaky motion
Inducement act of bringing about a desired result
Virile characterized by energy or vigor
Garb clothing of a particular style or for a particular occasion
Transgress to pass beyond the limits or boundaries
Excommunicate oust or exclude from a group by decree
Perchance possibly, maybe
Created by: tsteen