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craving
n. strong physical desire
Martian
n. to do with Mars
morale
n. the spirits of a group of people
gamble
v. bet
preempt
v. prevent something happening before it happens
adhesion
n. the state of sticking to something
devout
adj. serious in the practicing of religion
pauper
n. poor person
extempore
adj. done without preparation
enormous
adj. very big
academy
n. place of study
repertory
n. company of performers who perform many different works
sporadic
adj. happening in fits and starts
transverse
adj. across
Parisian
adj. coming from Paris
deflect
v. push away
bawl
v. cry
theology
n. the study of religion
blasphemy
n. insult to a god
perspective
n. viewpoint
comparison
n. the act of comparing
transcript
n. writing down of speech
blockade
n. barrier of warships surrounding a port
endurance
n. the ability to endure hardship
impracticable
adj. impossible to carry out
esquire
n. polite formal title put after a man's name
piteous
adj. to be pitied
maritime
adj. to do with the sea
legislate
v. make laws
jettison
v. throw out
wholly
adv. completely
legionary
n. soldier in a Roman legion
brooch
n. decorative pinned badge
detract
take away
orthopedic
adj. to do with the correction of bone layout
somber
adj. serious
consolation
n. comfort of grief
condensation
n. the act of turning from a gas into a liquid
resurgent
adj. newly strong again
rampant
adj. wild in action
misrepresent
v. represent falsely
meditation
n. the act of concentrating one's mind
desert
v. leave behind
bulrush
n. tall reedy marsh plant
pestilent
adj. deadly
appreciable
adj. capable of being appreciated
physiocracy
n. economy based on farming
laureate
n. honored by the state
omission
n. leaving out
existence
n. the state of existing
persuadable
adj. capable of being persuaded
symphony
n. piece of music written for full orchestra
hydra
n. tiny jellyfish
daunting
v. scary in size or difficulty
transmissible
adj. capable of being transmitted
reparable
adj. capable of being repaired
unlimited
adj. not limited
bedlam
n. general confusion
connubial
adj. to do with marriage
Neolithic
adj. to do with the later Stone Age
bethink
v. think a lot
circumnavigate
v. sail all the way round
secede
v. withdraw
unwieldy
adj. too large to be easily handled
epic
n. long narrative poem describing the feats of heroes
premise
n. central idea for a story
interrupt
v. stop the progress of
brandish
v. wave around
coincident
adj. happening at the same time
nonentity
n. unimportant person or thing
crag
n. rocky mountain peak
ply
v. provide
obvert
v. change to opposite meaning
evasion
n. the act of avoiding someone
recede
v. pull back
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