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casually
happening by chance;
outward
obvious; what can be seen on the outside
extent
how far something goes or extends
exceptionally
unusually, forming rare instance;
nymph
a beautiful or graceful young woman or girl
gutsy
having a great deal of courage or nerve
awesome
an overwhelming feeling of admiration, fear, etc., produced by that which is grand or extremely powerful,
rugged
appearing as if one has a lot of experience or a rough life
loathes
to feel disgust for;
grubs
1. a dull, plodding person; drudge.
2.a messy person
3. a tiny insect larvae
regale
to entertain or delight.
inclined (to)
to decide to do something
titchy
titch -a small person
pitch (dark)
dark as black tar (pitch)
squelching
to crush down; squash.
Just So Stories
stories for kids by Rudyard Kipling, such as "How the Leopard Got His Spots"
amiably
friendly; sociable:
clasped
used a firm grip:
commonplace
ordinary;
bogs
British - bathroom
spellbound
fascinated
post
snail mail
enthralled
charmed or fascinated
skulduggery
mean trickery
pursuit
a quest
blemish
a mark that detracts from appearance, as a pimple or a scar.
prime
first
overawed
even more than just impressed
casualties
the losses or deaths
crusader
anyone who fights for an idea
gallant
brave, noble-minded
rely
depend
scripture
religious book
hastily
quickly
paralysed
stopped, unable to move
(don't give a)tinkers toot
"don't care"
pivot
a whirling about on one foot.
mesmerised
fascinated, amazed
parabola
a line that curves and returns back
trifle
a little bit, a small amount
sauntered
a slow, leisurely walk