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Annul to reduce to nothing
Blase To be bored
Bolster To boost; to support
Deplore to have a feeling of regret
Frivolous of little no importance
Muster to come together
Nonentity Someone or something of no importance
Obsess To fill or haunt the mind
Ornate to decorate
Oust to leave or get out
Peruse To read thoughly and carefully
Porous full of tiny holes
Promontory a high point of land extending into water
Prone Laying face down incline
Qualm doubt
Recourse a person or thing turned to for help or advice
Residue when a part has been used up or removed
Solicitous showing concern or care
Staid serious
Sustain to support
Aghast filled with amazement, disgust, fear, or terror
Ample more than enough
Apparition a ghost or ghostly figure
Assert to delcare or state truth
Cower to crouch or shrink away from in fear or shame
Disdain to look upon with scorn
Epitaph a brief statment written on a grave
Ethical having to do with morals, values, rights and wrongs
Facetious not taken serously
Inaudible unable to be heard
Created by: Abbiehop31