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Very cautiously and carefully gingerly
Unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true incredulous
To take into the mind or memory; especially: to assimilate mentally digested
Not capable of being understood unfathomable
The property of a deceased person subject by law to the payment of his or her debts and legacies asset
A mischievous person roguishly
Having an air of easy unconcern or indifference nonchalantly
Wise through reflection and experience sagely
The act of rivaling: the state of being a rival rivalry
obeying abiding
state of being uninterested aloofness
anxious or fearful; uneasy apprehensive
manifesting, feeling, or expressing contempt contemptuous
disposition to resist : willingness to contend or fight defiance
the choice part elite
a feeling that something will occur premonition
relegate, consign; especially : to give (oneself) over without resistance resignedly
resembling a sheep in meekness, stupidity, or timidity sheepishly
deprived of native or original simplicity sophisticated
a strong belief CONVICTION
standing by itself DETACHED
marked by stubborn determination DOGGEDLY
to avoid adroitly ELUDE
to call upon in supplication IMPLORINGLY
extremely trying on the nerves RACKING
to sink or fall to the bottom SUBSIDE
gloomily or resentfully silent or repressed SULLENLY
full of yearning or desire tinged with melancholy WISTFULLY
source of strength brawn
repeating decimal recurring
deed, act; especially : a notable or heroic act exploit
the unlawful killing of a human being without express or implied malice manslaughter
a delinquent person delinquents
to proceed in a direct line from or toward a center radiate
: deviate <studied law but diverted to diplomacy> divert
: deviate <studied law but diverted to diplomacy> divert
to walk unsteadily faltered
an intense black jet
struck with terror, amazement, or horror : shocked aghast
past and past participle of clothe CLAD
correspondence in form, manner, or character : agreement CONFORMITY
to bring on oneself especially inadvertently : incur CONTRACT (verb form)
an acute mental disturbance characterized by confused thinking and disrupted attention usually accompanied by disordered speech and hallucinations DELIRIOUS (DELIRIUM)
suspicious, wary —often used with of LEERY
exciting pity or sympathy : pitiable <rueful squalid poverty…by every wayside RUEFULLY
afflicted or overwhelmed by or as if by disease, misfortune, or sorrow STRICKEN
a condition of greatly dulled or completely suspended sense or sensibility STUPOR
having no give or slack : tightly drawn TAUT
deprived through social or economic condition of some of the fundamental rights of all members of a civilized society UNDERPRIVILEGED
to pay off (as a claim or debt) ACQUITTED
to withdraw or shrink from or as if from pain FLINCHING
one that guards GUARDIAN
opportunity to be heard, to present one's side of a case, or to be generally known or appreciated HEARING (legal term)
to worship as a god IDOLIZED
obligated according to law or equity LIABLE
emptiness of space VACUUM
very great in size, amount, degree, intensity, or especially in extent or range VAST
to let out VEER
to rise to the surface and usually flow forth WELL (verb)
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