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Construe (verb)- to explain, give the meaning, or interpret.
Encompass (verb)- to form a circle around; to include
Entreat (verb)- to beg, plead or implore
Fawn (verb)- to flatter or show affection.
Incense (verb)- to cause extreme anger.
Imminent (adj.)- about to happen, inevitable, or impending
Infirmity (noun)- a physical or emotional weakness.
Knave (noun)- a tricky and deceitful fellow.
Loathe (verb)- to hate; to detest.
Perilous (adj.)- dangerous.
Portentous (adj.)- ominous; showing signs of something bad to come; prophetic.
Prodigious (adj.)- enormous; extraordinary in size or degree.
Recount (verb)- to communicate or convey in detail.
Replication (noun)- a copy, reproduction, or echo.
Servile (adj.)- submissive, slave-like;
Tempest (noun)- a violent windstorm, often with rain, snow or hail.
Vex (verb)- to annoy or irritate.
Virtue (noun)- a good or admirable quality; an asset;
Wax (verb)- to increase in size, number or strength.
Wane (verb)- to decrease in size, number or strength.
Created by: georusson