- Nihilistic: rejecting all religious and moral principles in the belief that life is meaningless.
- Perpetuate: make (something, typically an undesirable situation or an unfounded belief) continue indefinitely.
- Filial: of or due from a son or daughter.
“a display of filial affection”
- Frivolous: not having any serious purpose or value.
- Ruminate: think deeply about something. keep out of sight, typically with a sinister or cowardly motive.
- Skulk: keep out of sight, typically with a sinister or cowardly motive.
- Motley: incongruously varied in appearance or character; disparate.
- Ramifications: a consequence of an action or event, especially when complex or unwelcome.
- Precarious: not securely held or in position; dangerously likely to fall or collapse.
- Trite: (of a remark, opinion, or idea) overused and consequently of little import; lacking originality or freshness.
- Threadbare: (of cloth, clothing, or soft furnishings) becoming thin and tattered with age.
(of a person, building, or room) poor or shabby in appearance.
(of an argument, excuse, idea, etc.) used so often that it is no longer effective.
- Coveted: yearn to possess or have (something).
- Dint: an impression or hollow in a surface. 2. a blow or stroke, typically one made with a weapon in fighting.
verb: dint; 3rd person present: dints; past tense: dinted; past participle: dinted; gerund or present participle: dinting
mark (a surface) with impressions or hollows.
- Imbued: inspire or permeate with a feeling or quality.
- Ablution:the act of washing oneself (often used for humorously formal effect).
- Disquiet:a feeling of anxiety or worry.
- Palatial:resembling a palace in being spacious and splendid.
- Inchoate: just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary.
- Anodyne: not likely to provoke dissent or offense; inoffensive, often deliberately so.
- Piquancy: a pleasantly sharp and appetizing flavor
- Provisions: the action of providing or supplying something for use.
- Furtive: attempting to avoid notice or attention, typically because of guilt or a belief that discovery would lead to trouble; secretive.
- Implacable:opposed to someone or something in a very angry or determined way that cannot be changed
- Propriety: behavior that is accepted as socially or morally correct and proper
- Chafe: to become irritated or annoyed : to feel impatient
- Penchant: a strong liking for something or a strong tendency to behave in a certain way