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bequeath (v) to pass on or hand down
enmity (n) hatred or animosity
qualm (n) an uneasy feeling of remorse
assuage (v) to soothe or calm
marauding (adj) engaged in raiding an area for the purpose of taking something
carouse (v) to engage in drunken revelry
tessellated (adj) arranged in or having the appearance of a mosaic; checkered
harrowing (adj) extremely disturbing or agonizing
lurid (adj) fierce or shocking in intensity
retinue (n) the group following or attending to an important person
jutting (adj) extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
resplendent (adj) shining brilliantly; radiant
precipice (n) a situation of great danger
resolute (adj) determined and resolved
serpentine (adj) sly and cunning
enmesh (v) to catch or entangle
insidious (adj) stealthily deceitful
discerning (adj) showing outstanding judgment
intrepid (adj) fearless and courageous
sinuous (adj) having many bends or turns; winding
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