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WW3000 L11

ballast (n.)Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the rising and falling of a vessel like a hot balloon
buoyant (v.)Able to float Cheerful and carefree
clamber (v.)To climb awkwardly
detach (v.)To separate from
eerie (adj.)Strange and mysterious; causing uneasiness
fathom (n.)A length of six feet, used in measuring in the depth of water To figure out;to understand
pique (v.)To rouse or excite (n.)A feeling of resentment caused by being ignored, insulted, etc.
probe (v.)To poke or prod To examine closely (n.)A long, slender instrument used to examine a wound A thorough investigation
realize (v.)To be aware of To bring into being; to make happen
rupture (v.)To split or break (n.)A breaking or tearing apart by force The breaking of a friendly relationship
sphere (n.)An object with all points on its surface equally distant from its center; a ball or globe An area of power, influence, or activity
submerge (v.)To go underwater To put underwater or cover with water
tedious (adj.)Seeming to go on for a long time;boring
unscathed (adj.)Completely unharm
ultimate (adj.)Final The greatest possible;maximum (n.)Something that is the greatest;the maximum
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