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sybarite
(noun) a voluptuary
probity
(noun) uprightness; tried integrity
perdurable
(adj) very durable, lasting, eternal
overweening
(adj) arrogant, excessively confident
condottiere
(noun) 1. a captain of mercenaries in the 14th to 16th centuries; 2. an adventurer
onomastic
(adj) pertaining to names
ceteris paribus
(adv) other things being equal
atrabilious
(adj) affected by "black bile'' or melancholy; hypocondriac
phlegmatic
(adj) affected by "phlegm"; therefore, sluggish; apathetic; calm; composed
soteriology
(noun) theology dealing with salvation by Jesus Christ
exiguous
(adj) scanty, meager, narrow
hecatomb
(noun) (Gr. Antiq.) a sacrifice of a hundred oxen or cattle; hence, a great slaughter
apotropaic
(adj) designed to turn aside evil
trepan 1
(noun) (surgery) a saw for perforating the skull. (verb) to perforate the skull with the saw
trepan 2
(noun) 1. a deceiver; 2. a snare. (verb) to snare, swindle
froward
(adj) obstinately willful; refractory
rubicund
(adj) ruddy, tending to be red
frowzy
(adj) slovenly and offensive, unkempt
chine
(noun) 1. the backbone; 2. a ridge. (verb) to cut through the backbone
nard
(noun) a fragrant ointment