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entice
to attract artfully or adroitly or by arousing hope or desire: TEMPT
game
1) having or showing a resolute unyielding spirit 2) willing or ready to proceed (were ~ for anything)
composure
a calmness or repose especially of mind, bearing, or appearance: SELF-POSSESSION
fluster
1) to put into a state of agitated confusion: UPSET 2) a state of agitated confusion
benign
of a mild type or character that does not threaten health or life (not becoming cancerous: a ~tumor) 2) of a gentle disposition: GRACIOUS
sublime
1) lofty, grand, or exalted in thought, expression, or manner 2) tending to inspire awe usually because of elevated quality
puerile
1) JUVENILE 2) CHILDISH, SILLY (~remarks)
sluggish
1) markedly slow in movement, flow, or growth2) averse to activity or exertion: INDOLENT
ransack
1) to look through thoroughly in often a rough way 2) to search through and steal from in a forceful and damaging way: PLUNDER
tumid
1) marked by swelling (~thigh): SWOLLEN, ENLARGED 2) BOMBASTIC, TURGID
evocative
evoking or tending to evoke an especially emotional response
sentient
finely sensitive in perception or feeling: AWARE
heyday
the period of one's greatest popularity, vigor, or prosperity
aboveboard
in a straightforward manner: OPENLY
valedictory
expressing or containing a farewell
consecrate
1) to ordain to the office of bishop 2) to make or declare sacred 3) to devote to a purpose with deep solemnity or dedication
hidebound
having an inflexible or ultraconservative character
abut
to border on: to touch along an edge
moot
1) open to question: DEBATABLE 2) subjected to discussion: DISPUTED
predilection
an established preference for something