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Wednesday, January 13

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    5. Archaic. imaginary or fanciful.
    Related forms: met⋅a⋅phys⋅i⋅cal⋅ly, adverb
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    This painting is metaphysical because it has no main subject and it is abstract.

    Jordan
    remorse–noun 1. deep and painful regret for wrongdoing; compunction.
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    Related forms: tram⋅mel⋅er; especially British, tram⋅mel⋅ler, noun
    Synonyms: drag, hobble, curb, inhibition hinder, impede, obstruct, encumber.
    The caution tape trammeled the crime scene.
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    chamberlains–noun 1. an official charged with the management of the living quarters of a sovereign or member of the nobility.
    2. an official who receives rents and revenues, as of a municipal corporation; treasurer.
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    Synonyms:
    1. Fantastic, bizarre, grotesque share a sense of deviation from what is normal or expected. Fantastic suggests a wild lack of restraint, a fancifulness so extreme as to lose touch with reality: a fantastic scheme for a series of space cities. In informal use, fantastic often means simply “exceptionally good”: a fantastic meal. Bizarre means markedly unusual or extraordinarily strange, sometimes whimsically so: bizarre costumes for Mardi Gras; bizarre behavior. Grotesque implies shocking distortion or incongruity, sometimes ludicrous, more often pitiful or tragic: a grotesque mixture of human and animal features; grotesque contrast between the forced smile and sad eyes: a gnarled tree suggesting the figure of a grotesque human being.
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    The fantastical rock was so unreal, it looked as if it was being held up by a giant wire.

    Kwintara
    harbinger–noun 1. a person who goes ahead and makes known the approach of another; herald.
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    4.the management of domestic affairs or of resources generally.
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    The improper actions and lack
    · Act II: husbandry,augment, possets, raveled, incarnadine, infirm, equivocator, carousing, clamored, sacrilegious, countenance, scruples, malice, consort, warrant, suborned, benison
    · Act III: indissoluble, bestowed, dauntless, rebuked, beggared, bounteous, avouch, eminence, cloistered, vizards, humane, choughs, thalls, malevolence, homage, exasperate
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Tuesday, January 12

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    remorse–noun 1. deep and painful regret for wrongdoing; compunction.
    2. Obsolete. pity; compassion.
    Synonyms: 1. contrition
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    Amy Jerkins was remorse about becoming pregnant with her son Jon that one night at band camp when she slept with Rickey.

    Eunice
    Beguile–verb (used with object), -guiled, -guil⋅ing. 1. to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude.
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