an open rebellion against the proper authorities
being rapacious, voracious, or lascivious.
rid (someone) of an unwanted feeling, memory, or condition
person acknowledged as holy or virtuous and regarded in Christian faith as being in heaven after death.
least deserving of respect or attention.
a person who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons
a fungal disease that afflicts plants
confession, such as to a priest
bitterness or resentfulness, especially over a long period of time
a thrust in fencing where one's foot is advanced
a fraudulent imitation of something else
a woman who runs a brothel
to confess one's sins, especially to a priest
expressing surprise or exclamation (contraction of "His wounds," referring to Christ)
relating to or concerning
politely restrain an impulse; refrain from doing or using
obtrusively bright and showy
not having, or incapable of having, romantic appointments or engagements
having a dark or somber appearance