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impassive not feeling or showing any emotion
elasped to pass, as in time
casualities members of the armed forces lost to service through death, wounds, sickness, or capture
invigorated filled with life and energy; energized
adrenaline a response to stress, as anger or fear that increases heart rate, blood pressure and cardiac output
paranoid having excessive suspicion of motives of others
ambush a surprise attack
tourniquet anything to stop bleeding by force like a bandage
sharpnel shell fragments
decaying decomposing rotting
ruckus a noisy commotion
rubble broken bits and pieces of anything from being demolished
beckoned signaled to come here
deactivated to stop from working
rehabh to restore condition of good health
invalid a person who is too sick or weak to care for himself or herself
writhing TO TWIST THE BODY about or squirm as in pain
contary opposite in nature or character
optisim to see positive side of things
tolerate put up with
euthinize the act of putting of death painlessly or allowing to die
quarantined a strict isolation imposed to prevent the spread of disease
scuffle to struggle or fight in a rough confused manner
tranquilized sedated or relived of anxiety or tension by the administration of a drug
Created by: rb31