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loiter
To wander about, lag lazily
avenge
To retaliate, revenge, vindicate, inflict punishment on behalf of, require satisfaction for injury.
servile
Slavish, cringing, fawning, ignoble, menial, meanly submissive, lacking independence.
shambling
Shuffling, weak-kneed, awkward, clumsy, walking with a dragging gait.
prate
To talk idly, babble, chatter, speak to little purpose.
rescind
To cut off, revoke, annul, repeal, vacate, avoid, destroy, take back, abolish, do away with utterly.
conduce
To lead, contribute, further, promote, tend toward, aid in bringing about.
atheistical
Disbelieving in God, godless.
verdant
Green in color, grass-covered, covered with fresh vegetation, abounding in green foliage.
foray
A raid, pillaging expedition, foraging incursion,
gruff
Surly, stern, harsh, coarse, rough-mannered.
berserk
Extremely wild, fierce, ferocious, savage, violent, frenzied, furious.
complacent
Tranquility selfsatisfied, content, gratified, in a pleasant mood, pleased with one's self.
menace
A threat, portent, indication of coming danger, prophecy of approaching evil.
inept
Unsuitable, unfit, inappropriate, awkward, out of place.
fervent
Hot, glowing, ardent, intense, earnest, vehement, animated, warm in feeling, eager, impassioned.
prevaricate
To misrepresent, speak evasively, deviate from the truth, evade the issue.
deviate
To depart, swerve, deflect, turn aside from the course, leave he beaten track.
defray
To pay, settle, meet, discharge, bear the expense of, provide money for.
defalcation
An embezzlement fradulent shortage, deficiency in trust funds.
lewd
indecent, immodest, impure
abate
To reduce, diminish, decrease, mitigate, moderate, lessen in amount.
protract
To prolong, continue, extend, stretch out, draw out, lengthen in time.
erst
Formerly, once, at first, long ago.
stimulus
An incentive, spur, motive, urge.