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The Naming of Names

TermDefinition
submerged verb: sunk; covered with liquid.
amiss adj: wrong or improper.
convivial adj: sociable or friendly
cease verb: to stop
anachronism noun: something out of its proper time in history like a television in the Middle Ages or penicillin in Ancient Rome.
forlorn adj: hopeless, deserted, abandoned.
receded verb: withdrew; became more distant.
dwindle verb: shrink, as in to lessen in quantity.
flimsy adj: poorly made; easily broken or damaged
climes noun: regions
interior noun: inside of something (usually a structure)
mosiac noun: made of small pieces of colored stone, glass, etc.
pendulums noun: hanging weights that swing back and forth; used to regulate the movement of old-fashioned clocks
vacuum noun: closed space with the air sucked out
plague noun: deadly disease that spreads quickly
Created by: 23Preisig