Words

erudite (adj.) — having or showing great knowledge or learning

contumely (n.) — insolent or insulting language or treatment

concupiscence (n.) — lust

prestidigitation (n.) — formal magic trick performed as entertainment

adventitious (adj.) — happening or carried on according to chance rather than design or inherent nature

summum bonum (n). — the greater good (Latin)

divers (adj.) — of varying types (archaic)

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