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Vocabulary lesson.5

avalanche 1. A great mass of ice,earth,or snow mixed with rocks sliding down a mountain. 2. A great amount of something
blizzard A heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
challenge 1. to invite others to take part in a contest. 2. To cause a person to use a lot of skill or effort.
conquer 1. To get the better of. 2. To defeat.
crevice 1. a deep, narrow opening in rock caused by a split or crack.
foolhardy Unwisely bold or daring.
lure to tempt or attract with the promise of something good.
makeshift A temporary and usually less strong replacement.
optimist one who looks at things in the most positive way;a cheerful,hopeful person.
previous Earlier; happening before
route 1. the path that must be followed to get to a place 2. a fixed course or area assigned to a sales or delivery person.
summit 1. The highest part; the top. 2. A conference or meeting of the to leaders of goverments.
terse Short and to the point
thwart To block or defeat the plans or efforts of
vertical Running straight up and down; upright
Created by: talia2012