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inamorata
a woman whom one is in love with.
proscribe
1. to denounce or condemn (a thing) as dangerous or harmful; prohibit. 2. to put outside the protection of the law; outlaw. 3. to banish or exile.
faineant
doing nothing; idle; also, a do-nothing.
evanescent
adjective 1. vanishing; fading away; fleeting. 2. tending to become imperceptible; scarcely perceptible.
acrimony
bitter, harsh, or biting sharpness.
confabulation
familiar talk, chat, converse idly
impervious
impenetrable; also, not capable of being affected.
variegated
having marks or patches of different colors; also, varied.
lissom
adjective 1. lithesome or lithe, especially of body; supple; flexible. 2. agile, nimble, or active.
interstice
1: an intervening space. 2. a small or narrow space or interval between things or parts, especially when one of a series of alternating uniform spaces and parts:
flummery
mumbo jumbo; nonsense; foolish humbug
loquacious
talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous:
stentorian
extremely loud.
gimcrack
a showy but useless or worthless object.
foundling
a deserted or abandoned child.
commodious
comfortably spacious; roomy.
nugatory
1. of no real value; trifling; worthless. 2. of no force or effect; ineffective; futile; vain. 3. not valid.
recreant
Adj: cowardly or craven. 2. unfaithful, disloyal, or traitorous. noun 3. a coward. 4. an apostate, traitor, or renegade.
affable
easy to speak to; also, gracious.
paladin
any determined advocate or defender of a noble cause. any knightly or heroic champion.
pelf
money; riches, esp. when gained in a dishonest or dishonorable way.
conflate
to bring together; to meld; to fuse into one entity
tenebrous
the doing of good; active goodness or kindness; charity.
contrite
feeling or expressing grief and regret for sins or offenses.
beneficence
the practice of doing good.