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Precept: RULE OF CONDUCT OR ACTION
Scourge: Whip or punish severely; cause of affliction or source of severe criticism
Vapid: Dull, unintere sting, tiresome
Unwieldy: Not easily carried, handled or managed because of size or complexity
Soporific: cause sleep
Transient: Staying only a short time
Straitlaced: strict in moral standards
Scathing: bitterly severe, causing great harm
Sepulchral: Funeral, typical of a tomb, gloomy or dismal
Saluta ry: Benificial, helpful, healthful, wholesome
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