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Odyssey Vocabs

Vocabulary words on the Odyssey

abominable causing moral revulsion
adversary one's opponent in a contest , conflict , or dispute
ambrosia the food of the gods
anguish severe mental or physical pain or suffereing
appalled greatly dismay or horrify
besieged surround with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender
Desolate deserted of people and in a state of bleak and dismal emptiness
Foreboding a feeling that something bad will happen
Formidable inspiring fear or respect through being impresively large, powerful or capable
Harried feeling strained as a result of having demands persistently made one
Heed pay attention to take notice
Pommel a rounded knob on the end of the handle of a sword , dagger , old gun
Pungent aving a sharply strong taste of smell
valor great courage in the face of danger
Victuals food or provisions, typically as prepared for consumption.
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