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staid
marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restraint: SOBER, GRAVE
woe
a condition of deep suffering from misfortune, affliction, or grief; ruinous trouble: CALAMITY
fallow
left untilled or unsown after plowing; DORMANT, INACTIVE - used especially in the phrase "to lie ~"
apprehension
suspicion or fear especially of future evil: FOREBODING
steadfast
firmly fixed in place : IMMOVABLE; firm in belief, determination, or adherence: LOYAL
thrall
a state of servitude or submission; ENSLAVE
hail
to greet with enthusiastic approval: ACCLAIM; SALUTE, GREET
pundit
a learned person: TEACHER; a person who gives opinions in an authoritative manner usually through the mass media: CRITIC
acquiesce
to accept, comply, or submit tacitly or passively —often used with in or to
patois
a dialect other than the standard or literary dialect; the characteristic special language of an occupational or social group: JARGON
ingenuous
showing innocent or childlike simplicity and candidness; lacking craft or subtlety
proliferate
to increase in number: MULTIPLY; to grow by rapid production of new parts, cells, buds, or offspring
screed
a lengthy discourse; a ranting piece of writing
hodgepodge
a heterogeneous mixture: JUMBLE
telltale
an outward sign: INDICATION; TALEBEARER, INFORMER
extenuate
to lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of (something, such as a fault or offense) by making partial excuses: MITIGATE; to lessen the strength or effect of (something): WEAKEN
tutelary
having the guardianship of a person or a thing
valiant
possessing or acting with bravery or boldness: COURAGEOUS
circumspect
careful to consider all circumstances and possible consequences: PRUDENT
languor
weakness or weariness of body or mind; listless indolence or inertia