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Unrelenting
Adj, not letting up, or weakening in vigor or pace, - lent, slack, loose
Cumbersome
adj, burdensome, slow, inefficient - cumb, lie down, recline
Copiously
Adv., having the characteristics of being present in large quantity or of yielding something abundantly - copi, abundance
Conflagration
N, a large, disastrous fire - flagr, burn
Solicitude
N., A cause of anxiety or concern or attentive care amd protectiveness as for the well-being of another - solicit, agitate, urge
Assumption
N., a fact or statement taken for granted or accepted as true without proof. Sumpt, take.
Speculate
V., to think abotu the various aspects of a given subject, meditate, ponder. Specul, watchtower.
Incredulity
N., unwillingness or inability to believe, doubt, skepticism. Cred, believe.
Melodramatic
Adj., characteric of any sensational, extravagantly emotional action, utterance, etc. Melo, song. Dra, perform.
Vie
V., to sruggle for superiority (with someone) or to enter into competition (for something); compete. Vi, way, road
Simile
N., a figure of speech in which one thing is likened to another dissimilar thing by use of like or as. Simil, like.
Metaphor
N., a figure of speech containing an implied comparison, in which a word or a phrase ordinarily and primarily used for one thing is applied to another. phor, bringing.
Ventured
V., to undertake the rick of; brave (to venture in a storm). Vent, come.
Melee
N., a noisy confused fight or hand-to-hand struggle among a number of people.
Impinging
V., to strike, hit, or dash (on, upon, or against something); to touch. Ping, fasten.