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Lore
(N) The body of knowledge
Morrow
(N) Tomorrow
surcease
(V) To come to an end. (n) the end or cessation of a thing
Entreat
(v) to ask earnestly(for something)
Obeisnace
(N) deference or homage
Beguile
(V) to influence by trickery or flattery
Craven
(adj.) cowardly (n) a coward
Discourse
(n) communication of thoughts by words;talk;conversation

(v) to communicate orally
Placid
(adj) pleasantly calm or peaceful; unruffled;tranquil
Melancholy
(N) a gloomy state of mind
(adj.) having the qualities of gloomor sadness
Ominous
(adj.)threatening with evil and or harm
Plutonian
(adj)like the underworld; refers to pluto. God of Under World
Pallid
(adj) pale
Chamber
(N)a room, usually a bedroom. Sometimes an office.
Jest
(N) a joke; a witty remark
(v) to joke
Gossamer
(n) a fine, filmy cobweb seen on grass or bushes or floating in the air in calm weather

(adj) to be fine, like a cobweb
Phantasm
(N) a mental image
Pertinacity
(N): Stubbourn or Obstinate
Maleviolence
(N) : the quality or state of wishing someone harm or evil.
Feeble
(adj) physically weak
Docile
(adj) easily managed or handled
Succinct
(adj) expressed in a few words
Debauch
(V) to corrupt by sensuality
Chimaeras
(N) Mythological monster or beast
Paltry
(Adj) ridiculously small
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