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despot  Speak
Exercise
keep from; stop; prevent or discourage from acting
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tyrant; harsh, authoritarian ruler; eastern Orthodox bishop
Exercise
something that discourages; tending to deter
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act of making or arriving at a decision; putting an end to; termination
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Read  
a.
having been shortened; effectively cut short; rudely brief or abrupt, as in speech or manner

Spelling Word: curt
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behemoth  Read
n. something enormous in size or power

And other volcanic behemoths could be lurking among the dozen or so large oceanic plateaux around the world, he thought.

Added on 2018-04-19
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muck: n. a moist sticky mixture, especially of mud and filth
aggressor: n. the person who first attacks; the person who begins hostility or a quarrel
cerebral: a. intellectual rather than emotional
outback: n. remote rural part of a country especially of Australia or New Zealand
carnage: n. massive slaughter, as in war; massacre; corpses, especially of those killed in battle
poignant: a. profoundly moving; touching; agreeably intense or stimulating
erudite: a. having or showing profound knowledge; learned or deeply read