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Rouse Night Vocab

Rouse Knight Vocab

TermDefinition
edict command given by someone of authority
expound to explain something
pestilential bothersome, harmful, troublesome
pillage to rob or loot something
premonition anticipation or forewarning
bestial having the qualities of a beast, ruthless, inhumane
reprieve to remove from harm's way
crucible container used to heat items to high temperatures
emaciated to make unnaturally thin
incite to encourage, stir up, conjure
embark to begin something new like a journey or a trip
encumberance a burden or dependent thing
vigilant watchful and awake
revelation the action of revealing something
expulsion the act of expelling, to remove
pious to be loyal to the teachings of the faith
haggard unpleasant looking, worn, tired, weary
bewildered very confused
hooligan ruffian or hoodlum
cynical to be unpleasant, bitter, or pessimistic
nocturnal to occur at night
livid extremely angry or frustrated
semblance outward aspect, trace of something, a copy, or an apparition
robust to be strong, tough, hardy, effective, or rich
apathy to be missing emotion, passion, or to have a lack of motivation
compulsory necessary or to do without thinking
Created by: mrouse