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Abundant Adjective, more than enough; plentiful.
Abundance Noun, a great amount of.
Distinct Adjective, Not the same; different or separate / Unmistakable; definite
Arid Adjective, Having little or no rainfall ; very dry
Graze Verb, to feed on growing areas / to touch lightly in passing.
Hectic Adjective, Full of feverish activity, haste or confusion.
Horde Noun, Large group or crowd, especially one on the move.
Humid Adjective, Having a large amount of water or moisture in the air.
Humidity Noun, THE AMOUNT of moisture in the air.
Incredible Adjective, hard or impossible to believe.
Inhabit Verb, to live in or on.
Peninsula Noun, a piece of land connected to a large land mass that juts out and is almost completely surrounded by water.
Rural Adjective, or of relating to the country and the people who live there.
Inhabitant Noun, a person or animal that lives in a certain place.
Sanctuary Noun, a place of safety or shelter / Protection offered by such a place.
Splendor Noun, Magnificence, brilliance of appearance.
Splendid Adjective, Very impressive, magnificent
Squalor Noun, Filth, misery
Squalid Adjective, dirty or unfit for living especially as a result of neglect.
Terrain Noun, An area of land; a region / the surface features of a region.
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