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veerred To turn aside from a course, direction, or purpose; swerve
manitoba A province of south-central Canada. Winnipeg is the capital and the largest city.
bygone past; former
abbot the superior of an abbey of monks
intuition knowledge or belief obtained neither by reason nor by perception
enigma a person, thing, or situation that is mysterious, puzzling, or ambiguous
phlegm the viscid mucus secreted by the walls of the respiratory tract
sherry a fortified wine, originally from the Jerez region in S Spain, usually drunk as an apéritif
irreverence lack of due respect or veneration; disrespect
idyllic charming; picturesque
brother a fellow member of a group
erasure an act or instance of erasing
committed to make secure or put in safekeeping
floe a sheet or mass of floating ice
bore an uninteresting person or thing
imbalance the state of being out of balance or out of proportion
optimism a habit of expecting everything to turn out for the best
diffuse spread out
epilouge a final section that brings to an end and summarizes or comments on the action or characters of a story
cradled to protect and cherish lovingly
Created by: scotish