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Vocab Part 2 NTS

tentative not definite; uncertain
reluctant unwilling to do something
distort to bend or twist out of shape
massive huge; exceptionally large or intense
awe a powerful feeling mixed with both fear and wonder
mock to ridicule and make fun of
protrude to stick out of
gnarled knobby, rough and twisted especially due to old age
surge a sudden or powerful rush of something
falter to stumble, trip, or stagger
tantalize to torment or tease
taut described as being pulled very tightly
brusque abrupt in manner; blunt; rough
conceal to hide
bleak appearing to have an unfavorable outcome; dreary; not promising
amid surrounded by; in the middle of
permeated to spread throughout; fill or flood
integrity the quality of being honest; possessing dignity, honesty, self-respect
deprivation the lack of; loss of
orchestrate to arrange, organize, plan, or coordinate