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'Abject' means extremely bad, unpleasant, and degrading, or completely without pride or dignity. It is often used to describe poverty, misery, or humiliation.
'Aglint' means shining or reflecting brightly, often used to describe the way light reflects off of surfaces like water or diamonds.
'Alcazar' means a Spanish word for a fortified palace or castle of Moorish origin, often used to describe historic buildings in Spain.
'Annihilation' means complete destruction or obliteration of something, or the act of defeating somebody completely in a game, competition, or battle.
'Anoints' means to smear or rub with oil, typically as part of a religious ceremony, or to consecrate or make sacred in a ceremony that involves the token applying of oil. Synonyms include 'bless', 'consecrate', 'sanctify', and 'hallow'.