- abhor - To shrink from in disgust; to detest.
- affable - Pleasant; approachable; gracious.
- amiss - In a wrong or imperfect way.
- despondent - Depressed from loss of hope or confidence; utterly discouraged.
- entreat - To ask earnestly; to beg.
- haunt - To stay in one’s mind continually. To appear in the form of a ghost.
- impel - To drive or to propel.
- interminable - Endless; seeming to be without end.
- irascible - Quick-tempered; irritable.
- profound - Intense; deeply felt.
- recluse - A person who lives apart from society and often alone.
- reverberate - To be repeated as in a series of echoes or vibrations.
- sage - Having wisdom and good judgment.
- tirade - A long, angry speech.
- tremulous - Marked by trembling or shaking. Timid or fearful.
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