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malevolent: ill will; wishing harm on others

myriad: Great in number; a lot of

anachronism: Something which seems to belong to a different place or of time.

epitome: the perfect example of something (v. to epitomize)

lucidity: clear to the mind, not vague.

interminable: never ending / existing without end

indomitable: cannot be conquered or overcome.

apotheosis: becoming a god (theos = god)

puny: small, thin, weak

quenchless: cannot be satisfied

relinquish: to give up or let go (it might be something you have held, like an office - to relinquish the throne, for exmaple)

abrogate: To put an end to; to do away with.

coalesce: To form into a single unit - many different parts coalesce to become one.

deviation: Go away from the common way, from an established rule, etc.; , as from the right course or the path of duty.

retrospection: Looking back at the past and analyzing the past (In retrospect, I would have done things differently . . . )

juxtapose: To place side by side, especially for contrast or comparison.

accolade: praise (applause = an accolade, a sign that person has done well).

absolve: to say that a person is not to blame and free from sin. absolution n. Priests may grant someone who confesses and repents absolution

inviolable: that should not be violated or broken; sacred.

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