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rapine
(noun) pillage; plunder
votive
(adj) given by vow
tractable
(adj) docile
desultory
(adj) 1. jumping from one thing to another without order; 2. a digression
ingenuous
(adj) 1. noble; honorable; 2. open; candid
profligate
(adj) given up to dissipation; dissolute
aspersion
(noun) a calumnious accusation; a disparaging or malicious remark
asperse
(verb) to bespatter with foul and false reports
stubble
(noun) 1. the stumps of grain left after reaping; 2. a rough surface resembling this
rimy
(adj) frosty
salver
(noun) a tray, as for visiting cards
recusant
(noun) 1. a dissenter; 2. a Roman Catholic in the 16th century who refused to attend service of the Church of England. (adj) refusing to submit to authority
factitious
(adj) 1. produced artificially; 2. not genuine, sham
deodand
(noun) (Engl. law) (before 1846) something forefeited to the crown because it was the cause of the death of a human
maieutic
(adj) resembling Socrates method of bringing to the fore (giving birth to) truths latent in the mind
bootless
(adj) pointless, useless, futile
gazetted
(adj) (British) an announcement that has been placed in an official journal
fulguration
(noun) a flashing like lightening; coruscation
anacoluthon
(noun) (gram.) the change of gramatical structure in the middle of a sentence
usufruct
(noun) (law) the right to use something belonging to someone else