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flocab blue unit 2

Agile Able to move quickly and easily; flexible S--> Nimble, Spry
Audacious Bold daring or uninhibited S-->Courageous, nervy A-->Timid, cowardly
Crusade a military expedition; a campaign for a cause
Dub to chose; to name S--> Designate, label
Era a period of time marked by a event
Exceptional unusual, extraordinary S--> atypical, phenomenon, peculiar
Grapple to struggle with physically or mentally
Heritage legacy or tradition
Legendary well-known or famous A--> obscure, unknown
Mien manner or appearance
Muse to think about or ponder something
Muster to gather or to summon A-->disappear
Pivotal important, vital A--> insignificant, minor, incidental
Stamina endurance S--> staying power, endurance
Stance 1. an intellectual or emotion attitude toward something 2.the position of ones feet
Created by: cschober25