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Pankration 16-21 EMS

Pankration EMS Vocab quiz chpters 16-21

QuestionAnswer
debris (noun) broken bits of wood or stone; rubbish or litter
murky (adjective) dark or gloomy
qualms (noun) feelings of uneasiness or doubts
meander (verb) to wander aimlessly
reverberated (verb) to cause a sound to reecho
chortled (verb) to make a gleeful chuckling or snorting sound
solemnly (adverb) seriously
vulnerable (adjective) open to attack or easily hurt
oppressive (adjective) a feeling of great worry, discomfort or fatigue
tumult (noun) noisy commotion as of a crowd; uproar
ricocheting (verb) rebounding or skipping after striking a surface at an angle
lithely (adverb) bending easily; flexible
philosophical (adjective) sensibly composed or calm as in a difficult situation; rational
ominous (adjective) threatening; a feeling that something bad will happen
menacingly (adverb) threatening or dangerous
vermin (noun) any of various insects or small animals regarded as objectionable because it is destructive, disease-carrying, etc.; a mean lothsome person
Created by: lenzl