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very brave and determined. (boldly courageous, brave) valiant
an angry dispute or altercation; a cause of dispute, complaint, or hostile feeling: An angry argument between two or more friends or family members. quarrel
old fashioned way of saying 'your' thy
old fashioned way of saying 'you' thee
someone who strongly supports a particular person or cause, often without thinking about the matter. partisan
old fashioned way of saying 'shall' shalt
the enemy foe
defying or resisting some established authority, government or tradition rebellious
to put out or extinguish (fire, flames, etc) quench
causing insidious harm or ruin pernicious
to be fit or worthy of beseem
to use (a weapon, instrument, etc) effectively wield
opened or tapped so that the contents can flow out abroach
to push forcibly; put or drive with force thrust
a tree that has yellow flowers and large leaves with five points sycamore
to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent; increase augment
Done in a pompously or overly solemn manner portentous
Ask (someone) pressingly and persistently for or to do something importune
Wrap or cover for warmth. Cover or wrap up (a source of sound) to reduce its loudness. muffled
the cruel or unfair treatment of a group of people. oppression
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