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IITC Ch 4-6

escarpment a steep slope or a long cliff that occurs from erosion
peril serious and immediate danger
clambered climb, move, or get out of something in an awkward and laborious way
ado fuss, especially about something that is unimportant
tourniquet device for stopping the flow of blood through an artery, typically by compressing a limb with a cord or tight bandage
forlornly appearing sad or lonely because deserted or abandoned
peevishly hard to please; irritable;fretful; cross; showing ill humor or impatience
dawdling move slowly and idly
dire extremely serious or urgent
hectoring overbearing or blustering
scowling to wrinkle or contract the brow as an expression of anger or disapproval
flourish to achieve success or prosper
tomahawk a light ax formerly used as a tool or weapon by certain Native American peoples
greenhouse a glass building in which plants are grown that need protection from cold weather
halter a rope or strap with a noose or headstall placed around the head of a horse or other animal used for leading or tethering it
bridle the headgear used to control a horse, consisting of buckled straps to which a bit and reins are attached
reluctant unwilling and hesitant
dawning the beginning or first appearance of something
keen sharp or piercing; eager
inspiration the process of being mentally stimulated
Created by: erfy97