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Dogs Vocabulary 1-30

Dogs Vocabulary

prevalent widespread; in general use or acceptance.
merits to be worthy of; deserves
paddock a small, usually enclosed field near a stable or barn for pasturing or exercising animals.
incongruous out of keeping or place; inappropriate; unbecoming not harmonious in character; lacking harmony of parts
melancholy a gloomy state of mind; depression
voluminous of great volume, size, or extent
oasis something serving as a refuge, relief, or pleasant change from what is usual, annoying, difficult, etc.
refuge shelter or protection from danger, trouble, etc.
self-possessed having or showing control of one's feelings, behavior, etc.; composed; poised.
quelled to suppress; put an end to; extinguish
incantations the chanting or uttering of words purporting to have magical power.
brazen shameless or impudent; bold
disregard to pay no attention to; leave out of consideration; ignore; lack of regard or attention; neglect
writhing to twist the body about, or squirm, as in pain, violent effort, etc.
fertile bearing, producing, or capable of producing vegetation, crops, etc., abundantly; prolific
impenetrable incapable of being penetrated or entered
retaliate avenge; strike back; pay back (usually for something bad)
ambush to attack suddenly from a hidden place
convoy a group of vehicles protected by an escort
pungent biting, sharp or acrid in odor or smell
disarray disorder; confusion
placid calm; peaceful; undisturbed
resigned submissive; accepting the consequences of
triumphant victorious
disarmed charmed; removed the hostility from or removed the weapons from
rations a fixed amount of food
emanate to flow out or come forth; to originate
guerilla a member of a band of irregular soldiers that attacks the enemy by surprise raids.
secrete to discharge or emit from the body
enveloped completely surrounded or wrapped up entirely
Created by: backer