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antagonist someone who offers oppostition
legacy a gift of personal property by will
environment the totality of surrounding conditions
prediction an occurrence of prophecy
protagonist the principal character in a work of fiction
epilogue a short speech by an actor at the end of a play
lore knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote
abandon to leave completely and finally. to discontinue. or give up control of
eclipse any obscuration of light, a reduction or loss of splendor, status, reputation
objective something that ones efforts or actions are intended to accomplish, purpose, goal
abundant present in great quantity, well supplied with something
economy the management of the resources of a community, country,etc
obstacle something that obstructs or hinders progress
access the ability right or permission to approach, enter, speak with or use
eerie strange so as to inspire fear
omniscient having complete unlimited knowledge
anticipate to realize beforehand to expect, look forward to
evaluate to determine or set the value or amount of
prediction an occurrence of prophecy
treacherous readiness to betray trust, deceptive, untrustworthy
Created by: annahall