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ATS List #1

Chapters 1-3

prevalent widespread common
resurrected restore
constituted part of a whole made up of
kindling small sticks or twigs
endowed given
vexed annoyed or frustrated
sagacity wisdom or knowledge
citified having city-like habits
derision ridicule or mockery
astride extending across or beside
ambuscade ambush
adamantine unbreakable or firm
brimming filled or full
waver indecision or to alter opinion back and forth
hove move into position
reluctance unwillingness
alacrity willingness and speed
jeer to taunt or mock
balmy mild and soothing
sally to rush forth suddenly
condescend lower oneself
eminence rise of ground or hill
adoration profound love
immunity safety or exemption
exultation extreme happiness
beseeching to beg for urgently
discordant harsh
deluge flood or downpour
vexation an annoyance or irritation
omission something neglected or omitted
Created by: MsDowning