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Prankish - naughtily or annoyingly playful. 
                       arch , impish , implike

Premediated -  think out or plan (an action, especially a crime) beforehand.
                          intentional, intended, deliberate,

primal - relating to an early stage in evolutionary development; primeval.
                original, initial, early,

Profession - a paid occupation, especially one that involves prolonged training and a formal qualification.
             career, occupation, calling

provocation - action or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately.
                        incitement, rousing, stirring,

Quarantined - put (a person or animal) in quarantine.

Remonstrate -   make a forcefully reproachful protest.
                            protest, complain, expostulate

Remunerate - pay (someone) for services rendered or work done.
                        pay, reward, reimburse, recompense

Repercussion -  an unintended consequence of an event or action, especially an unwelcome one.
                             consequence, result, effect

Requisite -  made necessary by particular circumstances or regulations.
                     necessary, required, prerequisite

Secluded - not seen or visited by many people; sheltered and private.
                      sheltered, private, concealed

Set off - begin a journey.
                 leave, depart, embark

Settled - resolve or reach an agreement about (an argument or problem).
                rectify, remedy, reconcile;

Slothful - lazy,fatigue made him slothful 
                lazy, idle, indolent, work-shy, inactive

soothing - having a gently calming effect.

Sorrow - a feeling of deep distress caused by loss, disappointment, or other misfortune suffered by oneself or others.
                  sadness, unhappiness, dejection

Splendid -  magnificent; very impressive.
                      magnificent, sumptuous, grand

Startled - cause to feel sudden shock or alarm. 
                   surprise, frighten, scare

Stationary - not moving or not intended to be moved.
                        motionless, parked, halted

Succumb - fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force.
                    submit, surrender, capitulate,

Suffocate - die or cause to die from lack of air or inability to breathe.
                     smother, asphyxiate, stifle;

Tauten - to make or become taut, stretched or pulled tight; not slack.
                     pithy, sharp, succinct

Tentative - not certain or fixed; provisional
                       provisional, unconfirmed, unsettled

Timid - showing a lack of courage or confidence; easily frightened.
                fearful, apprehensive, afraid

Timorous -  showing or suffering from nervousness or a lack of confidence.
                     fearful, apprehensive, faint-hearted;

Transient -  lasting only for a short time; impermanent.
                         transitory, temporary, short-lived,

Ulterior - existing beyond what is obvious or admitted; intentionally hidden.
                     secondary, underlying, undisclosed

Universal -  relating to or done by all people or things in the world or in a particular group; applicable to all cases.
                        general, ubiquitous, comprehensive,

Vacant - not occupied; empty. 
                empty, unoccupied, unfilled

Vanish - disappear suddenly and completely.
                  disappear,  dissipate, disperse

veteran - a person who has had long experience in a particular field.
                   past master, doyen, ace, hotshot,

Vent - an opening that allows air, gas, or liquid to pass out of or into a confined space.
                 outlet, inlet, opening,

Verdict - a decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest.
                judgement, adjudication,  decision

virtuous - having or showing high moral standards.
                  righteous, good, moral

Vulnerable - exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally.
                   endangered, unsafe, unprotected,

Weird - suggesting something supernatural; unearthly.
                  uncanny, eerie, unnatural

abstinence- the practice of restraining oneself from indulging in something, typically alcohol or sex. 
               temperance, sobriety, abstemiousness, abstention.

agrarian - a person who advocates a redistribution of landed property.

altruism -  disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others.
                   selflessness, self-sacrifice, self-denial;

ample - enough or more than enough; plentiful.
               enough, sufficient, adequate

archaic - very old or old-fashioned.
                      obsolete, obsolescent, out of date,

benediction - the utterance of a blessing, especially at the end of a religious service.
                       blessing, prayer, invocation, dedication

broadly  -  in general and without considering minor details.
               in the main, mainly, predominantly; 

concentrate -focus all one's attention on a particular object or activity.
                      focus, direct, centre,

crucial - decisive or critical, especially in the success or failure of something. 
                  pivotal, critical, key

deceive - deliberately cause (someone) to believe something that is not true, especially for personal gain.
                 swindle, defraud, cheat,


denigrate - criticize unfairly; disparage.
                    disparage, belittle, diminish

discrete - individually separate and distinct.
                     separate, distinct, individual,

disparity - a great difference.
               discrepancy, inconsistency, imbalance

empathy - the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.

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