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vocab chapter 13-16

camouflage the method or result of concealing something or someone from an enemy by making it or them appear to be part of the surrounding.
confines the limits of a space or area
corrosive to impair, be destructive by chemicals
detach to separate, to remove
devastating to destroy, to overwhelm
exulted to me joice greatly, feel triumphantly
fashioned to give shape or to make
fragile lacking substance or flimsy
funk a state of severe depression
hummock a low mound or ridge of earth
impaired to cause injury, to diminish quality or strength
infuriating to make angry, to enrage
precise exact, perfect time
prospect a possibility or a chance of
punky dry, decayed wood used as tinder
rectify to make a correction, to set right
refracts to deflect from a straight path
sarcasm a cutting often ironic remark intended to hurt
stabilize to make stable or steady
sulfurous a yellow element that has a foul order
unduly excessively
virtual existing, actually
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