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wordly wise lesson5

avalanche n. A great mass of ice, earth, or snow mixed with rocks sliding down a moutain.
challenge v. To invite other to take part in a contest
challenge n.An interesting task or problem;something that takes skill or effort
conquer v. To get the better of
conquest n. The act of defeating
crevice n.A deep, narrow crake in a rock caused by a spit or crack
foolhardy adj. unwise bold or daring
lure v. To tempt or attract with the promise of something good
lured n.something that attracts
makeshift n. A temporary and usally less strong replacement
makeshift adj.Used a temporary replacement
optimist n. One who looks at thing in the most positive way; a cheerful,hopeful person
optimistic adj. cheerful;hopeful
optimism n.A feeling of hope of cheerfulness
previous adj. Earlier;happening before
route n.the path that must be followed to get to a place
summit n. the highest part; the top
terse adj. short and to the point
thwart v. to block and deafeat the plans or effort of
vertical adj. Running straight up and down; upright
Created by: ritchie