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Assume in "Song of Myself," it means to take on
Abeyance temporary suspension; inactivity
hieroglyphic picture symbol used in a writing system to represent sounds or words
sufficed to be enough or adequate
harbor to give shelter or offer refuge
hazard unavoidable danger
disposition state of mind or inclination
transpire to be revealed or become known
inspired breathed in
twinges sudden, sharp pains
livid deathly pale, pallid, ashen
pervading spread throughout all parts
plaudits an enthusiastic expression of approval; applause
entrenchments trenches dug in warfare to protect
gab idle talk; chatter
barbaric yawp a primitive, loud, harsh cry
scud windblown mist and low clouds
edduse spread out
eddies small whirwinds
free verse poetry without a pattern of rhyme or rhythm
imagery appeals to one of the five senses
figure of speach similes and metaphors
symbols a person, place, or thing that has a meaning beyond itself
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