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eruct
(verb) to eject, belch
recondite
(adj) 1. concealed; 2. abstruse
wan
(adj) 1. gloomy; 2. dim; 3. pallid
antiphony
(noun) 1. a musical response; 2. a musical piece in two parts sung alternately by a choir
colligate
(verb) to bind together
abject
(adj) cast down in spirit or hope; servile
tergiversation
(noun) 1. desertion of a party or faith; 2. a subterfuge or evasion
plethoric
(adj) overfull, excessive, turgid, bombastic
behoof
(noun) the advantage; benefit; interest
halidom
(noun) (archaic) a holy place or thing
objurgate
(verb) to denounce strongly
caveat
(noun) a warning; admonition
cenotaph
(noun) an empty tomb honoring someone buried elsewhere
quidnunc
(noun) a gossip
oscitancy
(noun) drowsiness, hence: dullness
instinct
(adj) charged, filled with inner animation [pron. with stress on 2nd syllable]
rebarbative
(adj) crabbed, repellant
skirling
(adj) shrill, like a bagpipe
peripety
(noun)a sudden reversal of circumstance in a literary work or in the real world
stercoraceous
(adj) relating to dung