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In-. Not. -ILE. = quality or state. To understand, to comprehend. Fathom (verb). Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined. Adamant (adj). Adamantly (adv). Guilt and regret. Remorse (noun). Remorseful (adj) Remorsefully (adv). Unable to be fixed.

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In

In-


In

Not


In

-ILE


Quality or state

= quality or state


In

  • To understand, to comprehend


Fathom verb

Fathom (verb)


Stubbornly unyielding won t surrender to begging standing firm determined

Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.


Adamant adj

Adamant (adj)

  • Adamantly (adv)


In

Guilt and regret


Remorse noun

Remorse (noun)

Remorseful (adj)

Remorsefully (adv)


Unable to be fixed

Unable to be fixed


Irreparable adj

Irreparable (adj)

Irreparably (adv)


Doubting distrustful pessimistic

Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic


Cynical adj

Cynical (adj)

  • Cynically (adv)


The direct opposite of what a character audience or person expects

The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.


Irony noun

Irony (noun)

Ironic (adj)

Ironically (adv)


To feel a deep brewing anger

To feel a deep, brewing anger


Seethe verb

Seethe (verb)


In

Ambi-


In

“Both”


In

Foreshadows something bad is going to happen


Ominous adj

Ominous (adj)

ominously (adv)


In

Ante-


Before

“Before”


Recklessly ignoring what is right immoral cruel or excessive

Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive

liars


Wanton adj

Wanton (adj.)

  • Wantonly (adverb)

  • Wantonness (noun)


In

Anti-


Against

against


The one working against the protagonist the one we want to fail

The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail


Antagonist noun

Antagonist (noun)

Antagonistic (adj)

Antagonistically(adv)


Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values

Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values


Integrity noun

Integrity (noun)


Who the story is about the one we want to win

Who the story is about; the one we want to win


Protagonist noun

Protagonist (noun)


Super freaked out upset

Super freaked out; upset


Distraught adj

Distraught (adj)

Distraughtly(adv)


To give up and or to give in

To give up and/or to give in

…and I ate half a cake.


Succumb verb

Succumb (verb)


In

Pan-


In

“all”


In

-ISM


Quality or state1

= quality or state


In

-IC


Relating to

= relating to


In

-DOM


Quality or state2

= quality or state


In

Foreshadows something bad is going to happen


Ominous adj1

Ominous (adj)

ominously (adv)


In

-ULAR


Relating to1

= relating to


Easily tricked

Easily tricked


Gullible adj

Gullible (adj)

Gullibly (adv)


In

-OUS


Quality or state3

= quality or state


In

Un-


In

Not


In

-TION


Quality or state4

= quality or state


In

Omni-


In

“all”


In

-AL


Relating to2

= relating to


In

  • To understand, to comprehend


Fathom verb1

Fathom (verb)


Stubbornly unyielding won t surrender to begging standing firm determined1

Stubbornly unyielding; won’t surrender to begging. Standing firm. Determined.


Adamant adj1

Adamant (adj)

  • Adamantly (adv)


In

Guilt and regret


Remorse noun1

Remorse (noun)

Remorseful (adj)

Remorsefully (adv)


Unable to be fixed1

Unable to be fixed


Irreparable adj1

Irreparable (adj)

Irreparably (adv)


Doubting distrustful pessimistic1

Doubting, distrustful, pessimistic


Cynical adj1

Cynical (adj)

  • Cynically (adv)


The direct opposite of what a character audience or person expects1

The direct opposite of what a character, audience or person expects.


Irony noun1

Irony (noun)

Ironic (adj)

Ironically (adv)


To feel a deep brewing anger1

To feel a deep, brewing anger


Seethe verb1

Seethe (verb)


In

Ambi-


In

“Both”


In

Ante-


Before1

“Before”


Recklessly ignoring what is right immoral cruel or excessive1

Recklessly ignoring what is right; immoral, cruel or excessive


Wanton adj1

Wanton (adj.)

  • Wantonly (adverb)

  • Wantonness (noun)


In

Anti-


Against1

against


The one working against the protagonist the one we want to fail1

The one working against the protagonist; the one we want to fail


Antagonist noun1

Antagonist (noun)

Antagonistic (adj)

Antagonistically(adv)


Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values1

Firmly sticking to moral beliefs or values


Integrity noun1

Integrity (noun)


Who the story is about the one we want to win1

Who the story is about; the one we want to win


Protagonist noun1

Protagonist (noun)


Super freaked out upset1

Super freaked out; upset


Distraught adj1

Distraught (adj)

Distraughtly(adv)


To give up and or to give in1

To give up and/or to give in


Succumb verb1

Succumb (verb)


Dom ile ism ous tion

-DOM-ILE-ISM-OUS-TION


Quality or state5

= quality or state


Al ic ular

-AL-IC-ULAR


Relating to3

= relating to


In

“all”


Omni pan

Omni-Pan-


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