Roman Catholic doctrine of a state of suffering by sinners as part of the process of expiation of before atonement and redemption; a weigh station between earth and the afterlife.
The reality or the perception of something being everywhere.
To be stupefied, bamboozled or utterly confounded.
A group of people temporarily coming together to serve a single purpose.
Earnest, stern and serious of purpose.
Unclear and nebulous; ambiguous.
Not only very knowledgeable about a subject, but an enthusiastic and fervent proponent of it as well.
Something that cannot be possessed, including abstractions like knowledge.
The act of humbly begging for assistance.
A ceremonial sacrament performed according to a habitual process.
Endowed with properties capable of instilling fear or dread or anxiety.
Something too mysterious or obscure or alien to be understood.
More commonly--if less appopriately--known as a "photographic memory."
A process by which a printed letter or symbol is engraved or etched by filling the stamped lines with ink.
A harsh, shrill, unpleasant discordant commingling of sounds.
A public square in an Italian town.
Atonement for sins and the salvation that follows.
An awkward, unwieldy burden, either physical, emotional or intellectual.
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