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post-obit
(adj) effective after death
rejuvenescence
(noun) a renewing of youth
conspectus
(noun) a general mental survey; esp. an outline of a subject
testudo
(noun) (Rom. Antiq.) 1. a shed used in siege operation; 2. a protection formed by overlapping shields
dissemble
(verb) to feign; disguise; pretend; dissimulate
dianoetic
(adj) pertaining to reasoning; esp. discursive reasoning
sere
(adj) (archaic) dried up; withered
belie
(verb) 1. to tell lies about; 2. to misrepresent; 3. to be unfaithful to
ramify
(verb) to divide into branches
ramifications
(noun) the consequences of something
ramose
(adj) having many branches
insensate
(adj) 1. lacking consciousness; 2. lacking feeling; 3. lacking sense; foolish
ethos
(noun) the distinctive spirit and character of a people
cornice
(noun) (arch.) a horizontal projection that crowns a building or a wall
lacustrine
(adj) relating to lakes
demure
(adj) 1. grave; staid; 2. affectedly modest; prim
demur
(verb) 1. to delay; hesitate; 2. to object; take exception
demurral
(noun) a demur; delay
demurrage
(noun) 1. holding of a vessel, rail car, etc. beyond time allowed for loading or unloading; 2. the penalty paid for such holding
acedia (or accidie)
(noun) spiritual torpor and apathy; ennui. (also the formal name of one of the seven deadly sins)