Verb. To increase in size, amount, or degree
Augment
Adj. kind gracious gentle
Benign
Noun. A person wth extensive knowledge, especially of the fine arts; a person of refined taste
Connoisseur
Verb. To detect with the eyes
Discern
Verb. To make beautiful by adding decorative details
Embellish
Verb. To carry out; to perform
Execute
Verb. To illustrate by being an example of
Exemplify
Adj. so distorted or strange as to appear bizarre or comical
Grotesque
Adj. Greatly respected; holy; sacred
Hallowed
Verb. To assume character or appearance of
Impersonate
Adj. Showing ill will or hatred ; producing harm or evil
Malevolent
Adj. Heavily and elaborately decorated
Ornate
Adj. Having to do with shepherds and herders
Pastoral
Adj. Not safe or secure; dangerously uncertain
Precarious
Noun. Fame;honor
Renown
Verb. To agree; to consent to, often after urging rom another
Accede
Adj. Generously supplied with money or supplies; wealthy
Affluent
Adj. Determined by chance or whim rather than by reason or necessity
Arbitrary
Noun. One able to do skilled work with the hands; a craftsperson
Artisan
Verb. To take apart
Dismantle
Verb. To cover with liquid
Immerse
Adj. Annoying; tedious
Irksome
Noun. Money or property left to another Ina will
Legacy
Adj.Extravagantly showy or ornate
Ostentatious
Noun. A complete view of a surrounding area
Panorama
Noun. The attempt to improve the well-being of those in need by donating money or aid
Philanthropy
Noun. High standing; respect earned by accomplishments
Prestige
Adj. abundantly productive
Prolific
Adj. Inclined to keep ones thoughts and feelings to themselves; quiet and reserved
Reticent
Noun. A wealthy and powerful businessperson
Tycoon