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58 Cards in this Set

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reign
to rule an area or country
lamppost
post that holds a light or lamp
prophecy
a prediction
magic
enchanted, charms and spells
conversation
talk to or with someone or something
solemn
sad
dispute
fight, argument
camphor
chemical used in moth balls
sightseers
seeing or going to places of interest
faun
half goat and half man
cinema
movie theater
vermin
destructive, nasty animals
quiver
shake
siege
battle
stammer
stutter
traitor
one who betrays his country, friends, etc.
imaginary
not real
summon
ask, question
premise
the topic of an argument
perish
die
shrill
high-pitched and loud
enemies
someone or something that is not liked, an opponent
muffler
a woolen scarf worn around the neck
wand
a stick used to make magic
stag
adult male deer
repulsive
disgusting
conceal
hide
statues
a form that is sculpted out of wood, rock, etc.
ghost
the spirit of a dead person or thing
dungeon
dark prison
inquisitive
curious, asking questions
sorcerer
someone who uses magic
enchanted
magical
scarlet
bright red
housekeeper
a maid
wardrobe
a tall cabinet or closet
miserable
terribly sad
mysterious
difficult to explain
dominions
control over land or places
superior
above average, very good
beckoned
asked, motioned to come somewhere
awkward
clumsy
pavilion
a large tent
dismay
to make afraid or nervous
tongs
a tool used to pick up things
apparently
can be seen or understood
vile
evil
delicious
good tasting
splendid
wonderful
dwarf
small person
stump
what's left when a tree has been cut down
disposal
to get rid of something
ogres
man-eating giant or monster
gloat
to show pleasure in someone's else pain
festoons
wreaths of flowers
hoax
trick
nibbling
eating with little bites
treachery
to trick, deceive