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a sensation of motion in which the individual. vertigo
the killing of king. regicide
characterized by melancholy longing ,yearning. wistful
the quality or state of being drowsy or dull, listless and unenergetic, or indifferent and lazy. lethargy
keen relish, hearty enjoyment, gusto zest
a state of indecision or irresolution. vacillation
weariness from bodily or mental exertion. fatigue
the deliberate and systematic extermination or a national, racial,political,or cultural group. genocide
the act of killing one's own father. patricide
a person who kills his or her father fratricide
the act of killing one's mother. matricide
settled or continued in a a habit, practice, feeling. inveterate
prominent or conspicuous salient
characterized by great knowledge learned or scholarly. erudite
commonplace or dull matter of fact or unimaginative. prosaic
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