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capital
of or conforming to the series A, B, C, etc. rather than a, b, c, etc. or punishable by death
Capitol
a building or place
Boarder
that boards or one that is provided with regular meals or regular meals and lodging
Border
an outer part or edge
Principle
a rule or code of conduct
Principal
most important, consequential, or influential
Burro
a small one used as a pack animal
Burrow
hole or excavation in the ground made by an animal (as a rabbit) for shelter and habitation
Breath
air inhaled and exhaled
Breadth
distance from side to side
Futile
serving no useful purpose
Feudal
of, relating to, or having the characteristics of a medieval fee
Fowl
a bird of any kind
Foul
notably unpleasant or distressing
Bard
a tribal poet-singer skilled in composing and reciting verses on heroes and their deeds
Barred
to confine or shut in by or as if by bars
Palette
a thin oval or rectangular board or tablet that a painter holds and mixes pigments on
Pallet
a straw-filled tick or mattress
Stationary
unchanging in condition
Stationery
letter paper usually accompanied with matching envelopes
Persecuted
to harass or punish in a manner designed to injure, grieve, or afflict; specifically: to cause to
suffer because of belief
Prosecuted
to bring legal action against for redress or punishment of a crime or violation of law
Finally
coming at the end
Finely
in a fine manner
Conscious
capable of or marked by thought, will, design, or perception
Conscience
sensitive regard for fairness or justice
Access
to get at: gain access to
Excess
the state or an instance of surpassing usual, proper, or specified limits
Antidote
a remedy to counteract the effects of poison
Anecdote
a usually short narrative of an interesting, amusing, or biographical incident
Bizarre
strikingly out of the ordinary
Bazaar
a market (as in the Middle East) consisting of rows of shops or stalls selling miscellaneous goods