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WW3000 L9

dumbfound (v.)To make speechless with amazement
ensue (v.)To follow; to come as a result of or at a later time
era (n.)A particular period in history
flourish (v.)To thrive and prosper To wave in the air (n.)A sweeping motion A showy burst of music A fancy line or curve added to something written
garrison (n.)Soldiers stationed in a place to protect it A military place of protection, together with its weapons and soldiers (v.)To provide soldiers with a place to live
grievous (adj.)Causing grief or pain; hard to bear
hoard (v. To save and put away, especially secretly
inundate (v.)To cover, as with water from a flood To load with an excessive amount of something
invincible (adj.)Impossible to defeat
nomad (n.)A member of a group that settles breifly in one place than moves on to another
placate (n.)To stop from being angry; to calm
principal (adj.)Most important (n.)A person or thing that is of the greatest importance The head of a school The sum of money owed, not including the interest
recede (v.)To move back or to drop to a lower level To become fainter
ruthless (adj.)Showing no mercy; pitiless
sacirfice (n.)Something given up for the sake of another An offering to a god (v.)To give up something for the sake of another To offer something of value to a god
Created by: ginny0523