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succulent

full of juice (tasty, fresh, appetizing)

wrought

to bring into existence (reincarnate, product, create)

blemish

a noticeable imperfection/a flaw that ruins the image of something (flaw, defect, sully)

quavered

to tremble/trill in a rapid motion (shake, tremble, shudder)

irrevocable

not possible to revoke/something that is unchangeable is set in stone (permanent, unalterable, unchangeable)

stoically

showing no emotions, especially when something bad is happening (indifferently, unresponsive, unaffected)

emphatically

without doubt; clearly/to be of absolute certainty (certainly, absolutely, definite)

stupor

a condition of greatly dulled or completely suspended/almost unconscious/cannot think (coma, slumber, trance)

acrid

sharp and harsh or unpleasantly pungent/something that smells or taste really bad (pungent, bitter, tart)

contemptuously

manifesting, feeling or expressing deep hatred/to show annoyance (disdainful, scornful, disrespectful)

impending

likely to happen soon/something that will happen (approaching, likely, forthcoming)

instinctively

based on feelings or desires not from thinking or learning/know naturally, without thinking (naturally, impulsive, spontaneously)

exasperation

a feeling of intense irritation or annoyance/to surrender in helplessness (irritation, annoyance, aggravation)

pulsating

characterized by a strong regular rhythm; throbbing/ beating or vibrating consistently (throb, vibrate, pulse)

scoff

to laugh or talk about someone in a way that show disrespect/to make fun of someone (mock, belittle, ridicule)

desecrated

treat a sacred place with violent disrespect/to damage or lack of respect to an important place or thing (dishonor, befoul, ravage)

unperturbed

not worried, upset or disquieted/carefree and unbothered (calm, unshaken, unconcerned)

disquietude

a state of uneasiness or anxiety/feeling uncomfortable (anxiety, concern, agitation)

resigned

Accept that something undesirable cannot be avoided (passive, tolerant, willing)

defiance

to object something/to not accept something (resistance, rebel, objection)

arrogant

having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance/thinking too highly of yourself (cocky, immodest, condescending)

abruptly

in a sudden, unexpected way/something that was not predicted to happen (suddenly, unexpectedly, unforseen)

emaciated

abnormally thin, weak of illness or food/someone really weak because of insufficient nutrition (thin, starved, waisted)

sardonically

disdainfully or skeptically humorous; decisively mocking/acting sarcastically in a disrespectful manner (sarcastic, mock, disrespectful)

transfixed

to cause someone stand or sit without moving because of surprised, shock or interest/hold someone’s attention (stun, captivate, rivet)

intrigued

having one’s interest, desire or curiosity strongly/to take interest in something or someone (interested, curious, fascinated)

fleeting

lasting for a very short time/something that is moving or something that is quick (brief, fugitive, impermanent)

bristled

of hair; to rise up and become stiff/hair to stand up in a erect way (rise, stand out, horripilate)

indebted

owing gratitude or recognition to another/feeling thankful to someone’s action (behold, obligated, obliged)

surging

swelling, rolling or sweeping like that of a wave(s)/gain momentum in a short time (ascending, growing, advancing)

mourn

feel or show deep sorrow or regret for someone or death/a feeling or expression of sadness (regret, grieve, agonize)