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JLClub Vocab. L2& 3

Vocabulary Rules of Game

imparted made known
dim sum a chinese dish of small steamed dumplings
saffron orange powder that is made of a flower
emerged become apparent
grotto small picturesque cave
embossed carved, molded or stamped
curio small and unusual object
toilet water liquid that has light pleasant smell
missionary person who is sent by a church to do religious work
elaborate complicated
deliberately slowly and carefully
obscured difficult or impossible to know compleely
endgame stage of a chess game after a major reduction of forces
benevolently expressing goodwill or kindly feelings
humility the quality or condition of being modest
Tao source and guiding principle according to chinese religion
adversaries enemies or opponents
foresight ability to see what will or might happen in the future
prodigy person, especially a child having extraordinary talent or ability
pawn one of the eight small pieces that have the least value in the game of chess
Created by: mstrigueros