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impersonal: lacking human emotion

buckskin: leather ( deer and sheepskin)
ornery: ugly, unpleasant, in disposition or temper
urge: to push, force along with force or vigor
hoodium: a young street ruffian, belonging to a gang
resign: to give up and office and position
bawl: to cry or wail
quaver: to shake tremulously, quiver, tremble
apprehensive: uneasy, fearful of something that might happen
contemptuous: the feeling a person regards anything considered mean, vile, or worthless
gallent: brave, noble minded
elude: to avoid or escape, cleverness and trickery
fiend: a person who is extremely addicted to something
siege: the act or progress of surrounding and attacking a fortified place in such way as to isolate it from help and supplies, to capture
indignant: feeling characterized by, or expresing strong displeasure against something that is considered unjust, offensive, insulting or base
gorged: to swallow greedily
eager: desire or feeling
conviction: fixed or firm belife
detached: not involved, aloof
cinders: burned piece of coal, wood etc
mystery: one of the three
delema: two of the three
crisis: three of the three

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