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Dank
adj. wet, moiste
Vigor
N. Physical, mental strength
Ardent
Passionate/Warm feeling
Solicitous
adj. Anxious, Concerned
Flounder
V. to make clumsy attempts to gain ones balance
Discern
V. to perceive with the eyes; detect
diversion
n.
something that distracts the mind and relaxes or entertains
imprudent
adj.

Unwise or indiscreet
quarry
n. prey / food
Zealous
Filled with Motivation; fervent
Palatial
adj.

of the nature of a palace
Pal.........
Tangible
adj.

Possible to be treated as fact
able to touch
Lore
n.
Knowledged, acquired through education/experirence
Affable
adj.

approachable
Debacle
n.

a sudden disatrous downfall or Defeat
Repast
n.

A meal or food
Iridescent
adj.

Producing a display of lustrous rainbow like colors
reiterate
v.

to repeat over and over
vermilion
n.

A bright red mercuric sulfide used as pigment
Dogged
v.

To track a trail persistantly
Bedeck
v.

To adorn in a showy fashion
Bedeck
V.

to adorn in a showy fashion
Careen
v.

to rush along and carelesly
Blight
n.

An extremley adverse enviormental condition
Precarious
adj.

Dangerously lacking in security or stability
Imminent
Adj.

About to occur; impending
Evanesce
v.

to dissipate or dissapear
infallible
adj.

incapable of failing or erring
heresy
n.

adherence to dissenting opinion or doctrine
Wrench
v. to twist or turn
Dowry
n.

money or property brought to a marrige
Gamut
n. A complete range or extent
Disconsolate
adj.

cheerless/ gloomy
privations
n. Lack of the basic necessities or comforts of life
adulation
n.

excessive flattery or admiration
Naive
adj.

uncivilized, unworthy
Futile
adj.

useless, vain
Grotesque
adj.
discusting, ugly, horrible
plain
bland
Scruples
n.

principles or ethics
Indolent
adj.

Lazy
Bizzare
Weired, Crazy, Strange