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Pankration EMS VOCA

Pankration EMS Chapters 10-12 Vocabulary

literally (adverb) actually
doggedly (adverb) persistently; stubbornly
moorings (noun) holds a ship in place by cables or chains to the shore
amphora (noun) a jar with two handles used by ancient Greeks
sparring (verb) to box with jabbing movements as in practice matches
encounter (noun) a direct meeting as in conflict or battle
translucent (adj) partially shining through; not completely clear like glass
scrounge (verb) to manage to get or find by hunting around
absconding (verb) run away hastily and secretly; escaping
herald (noun) a person who comes before to announce significant news; forerunner
contingent (noun) a group forming part of a larger group
chiton (noun) a loose garment similar to a tunic worn by both men and women in ancient Greece
thronged (verb) moved in a crowd
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