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Alacrity (noun) speed or quickness; eagerness. A ntithesis ( noun) the direct or exact opposite. A rbitrate ( verb) to judge or decide in the matter so as to reconcile differences. B aleful ( adj.) portending evil; ominous. C ache ( noun)

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Alacrity(noun)

speed or quickness; eagerness

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Antithesis

(noun)

the direct or exact opposite

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Arbitrate

(verb)

to judge or decide in the matter so as to reconcile differences

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Baleful

(adj.)

portending evil; ominous

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Cache

(noun)

a hiding place used especially for storing provisions

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Caroused

(verb)

to engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking

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Contrived

(adj.)

obviously planned or calculated; not spontaneous or natural

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Deluge

(noun)

something that overwhelms as if by a great flood

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Ethos

(noun)

the distinctive spirit of a culture or an era

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Extol

(verb)

to praise highly or exalt

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Exultant

(adj.)

marked by great joy or jubilation; triumphant

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Fissure

(noun)

a long narrow opening; a crack or cleft

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Glutton

(noun)

a person who is devoted to eating and drinking to excess

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Inexorable

(adj.)

not capable of being persuaded by entreaty; relentless

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Keel

(noun)

the principle structural member of a ship, running lengthwise down the center from bow to stern

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Pinioned

(verb)

to restrain or immobilize by binding the arms

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Quell

(verb)

to put down forcible; suppress

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Reticence

(noun)

the state or quality of being reluctant; unwillingness

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Solace

(noun)

comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or distress; consolation

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Stalwart

(adj.)

having or marked by imposing physical strength

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Unavailing

(adj.)

ineffectual or useless; futile

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Vernacular

(noun)

the standard native language of a country or locality