'protect' and 'keep safe' are equivalent : ' This cream will protect you from being burnt in the sun '. ' This cream will keep you safe from being burnt in the sun '.
' The fence will protect the animals ' ' The fence will keep the animals safe '
' Preserve ' means protect/keep safe from change : ' These records were preserved in the State Archive ' ' This treatment will preserve the wood and stop it deteriorating ' ' We will preserve this material and use it again next time '
A torrent [of water] is a rushing flood ; torrent implies rushing, moving fast, whereas a flood may be slow or not moving
Denounce means to report or condemn someone for saying or doing something, either publicly, or to the authorities.
Condemn also means cause to suffer, or cause to be punished, for example, in a court of law.
' The convicted man was condemned to death ' : he was to be executed.
' We were condemned to five months of constant noise from the building work next door '
' They condemned him for it, even though most people thought that it was not his fault '
'Molest' is more serious and sinister than 'disturb' : to molest someone is to cause serious disturbance to their person, physical or emotional. To molest a child implies a sexual motive.
'Disturb' is very general, and does not necessarily imply serious consequences; you can disturb someone at work by interrupting them, or disturb someone's sleep by waking them up.
Unforeseen, unexpected, unanticipated are all equivalent. Unexpected is more often, and more generally, used; the other two are more appropriate for formal writing.