Aghast- Struck with terror, amazement, or horror
Potent- Powerful; strong
Vigil- A watchful staying awake during normal sleeping hours.
Pauper- Person destitute of means except such as one derived from charity.
Agile- Able to move quickly and easily.
Inconsequential- Of no importance.
NaÃÂ¯ve- Simple in a natural and perhaps foolish way; unsophisticated.
Vexation- Act of harassing/vexing; annoyance.
Languorous- Creating a dreamy, lazy mood.
Stealth- Quiet, secret, or sneaky behavior.
Sacrilegious- Involving sacrilege; against religion.
Elude- To escape by cleverness
Articulate- Clear and effective in speech.
Vanquished- Defeated or conquered in battle.
Tangible- Perceptible by touch.
Influx- Amass arrival or incoming.
Grotesque- Odd, twisted, or bizarre.
Hedge- To avoid giving a direct answer.
Compassion- Sympathetic, pity and concern for the suffering, or misfortunes of others.
Stamina- Ability to sustain prolonged physical or mental effort.
Depreciate- To make something seem unimportant, belittle.
Fiasco- A complete failure; esp. a project whose great plans end in ridiculous failure.
Zealous- Having/showing zeal (enthusiastic)
Aristocrat- A person held in high standing for superior tasks and manners.
Escalate- To increase in intensity.
Grisly- Inspiring horror or intense fear. Horror/ ghastly
Confront- Face up to and deal with; address.
Relapse- A worsening of an illness after a partial recovery.
Infuse- To inject; add to.
Precarious- Insecurely; in a dangerous way.
Compel- Force someone to do something.
Devoid- Completely without; empty
Careen- To rush carelessly.
Discord- A harsh mixture of sounds; conflict.
Prudence- The use of good judgment and common sense.
Mandate- A command or instruction by someone in authority.
Coveted- Greedily wished for covet.
Repast- Something taken as food; meal.
Recite- To say out loud something memorized.
Impunity- Freedom from penalty or harm.