Theme – Words with variant spellings
2. Imprisonment or confinement, especially a long one. (Often used in the phrase ‘durance vile’)
“The durance of a granite ledge.”
“And from that durance he is still waiting for release.”
2. suasion (SWAY-zhuhn)
noun: The act of urging: persuasion.
(Often used in the phrase ‘moral suasion’)
“He was so convinced by my arguments that he lent me his best riding-horse without further suasion.”
adjective: Universal; whole.
“She looks as pale as any clout in the versal world.”
verb tr.: To warn; to admonish.
“I believe that I have monished him with his greatest fears.”
5. complice (KOM-plis)
noun: An associate; accomplice.
“The Rhodesian army employed several methods to get information about the guerrillas and their complices.”