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Reading Unit One


conquered overcame by force
banner a flag with a special design or words on it
convenience ease and comfort
summoned ordered to appear
offend cause to be unhappy or angry
reluctantly not willingly
spire structure that becomes narrow at the top
vaguely slightly; not clearly
shoreline the outline of the land along the edge of an ocean, lake, or river.
presence the fact of being in a certain place in a certain time
timbers long, heavy pieces of wood for building
bruised having a bluish or blackish mark on the skin caused by a fall or, blow, or bump
hull the sides and bottom of a ship
treacherous dangerous
ominous telling of trouble to come
predictions noting of future events
reliable dependable
detect discover, notice
severe harsh; extreme
destruction act or process of destroying or ruining
stadium large structure in which events are held
Created by: Donna Porter