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obstinacystate of being stubborn
trepidationfeeling of fear about what may happen
incessantcontinuing without interruption
chastiseto discipline or criticize
vehementlypassionate/ strong emotion
imminentlikely to occur at any moment
palliativeto relieve or lessen without curing
epiphanysudden perception or insight
affluenthaving abundance of wealth or property
turmoilstate of great commotion or confusion
embodimentto be an example or model
callousedhardened; referring to skin
metastasizedtransmit of cancerous cells
integritysound moral character
scoffedto mock or jeer
jostledto bump/ push roughly or rudely
snickeredstifled laugh
obligesto requrie or be a necessity
dismissiveshowoing disregard/ dismissing
bazaarlarge public market
tarpaulinwaterproof material
squalidvery dirty/ unclean
irrevocablyimpossible to retrieve/ retract
eccentricparting from customs
liabilityobligationt/ hindrance/ disadvantage
monarchysupreme powe held by a single person
squabblingengage in petty/ worthless argument
demisedeath or termination of existence
permeateto spread/ flow throughout
presumptuousgoing beyond what is right or proper
oblivioncondition of being forgotten
Skeptic: a person inclined to question or doubt all accepted opinions.
Foyer: an entrance hall in a house or apartment.
Gnarled: knobbly, rough, and twisted, especially with age.
Shrouded: cover or envelop so as to conceal from view.
Cretin: a stupid person (used as a general term of abuse)
Morbidly: (with reference to a disturbing or unpleasant interest or activity) in an abnormal and unhealthy manner.