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Ramifications Results, usually unexpected
Infiltrated Secretly enter into enemy village
Unsteadiness Shakiness (not steady)
Shrapnel Fragments (bullets, bombs and other explosive) often that penetrate the person's body
Foliage Leaves on trees or shrubs
Dysentery Serious disease, becoming weak and having diarrhea
Lament/ Lamented To show sorrow, saddness and grief
Exasperated Frustrated/ annoyed
Churn/ Churning To stir or agitate violently
Resonating Echo/ Ring (as in sound)
Intermittently Now and then, from time to time, occasionally
Prominent Noticeable (his chin maybe stuck out a bit)
Desolate Alone, without hope
Cacophony An unpleasant mixture of loud sounds
Strewn Scattered
Remnants Bits and pieces left over
Symmetry Evenness; every building look the same
Cloaked Covered, hidden
Marred Damaged
Embellishments Extras, details
Ridicule Scorn; mockery; being laughed at
Inevitable Unavoidable; to be expected
Concoction Mixture; blend
Descendants Children and grandchildren (all others who are born from one's children)
Created by: nkaovue