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capitulate
to give in; to surrender
trek
a long slow and difficult journey
monitor
to watch closely or frequently
a video screen that displays information
blatant
very obvious in an offensive or shameless way
Authority
the right to give orders, decisions, or to take action
an expert source of information
lethal
causing, or capable of causing death
nimble
able to move quickly and easily
showing quickness of thinking; clever
Aghast
struck with horror; shocked
acquire
to gain ownership of something; to get by one's on efforts or actions
debut
a first public appearance
unwitting
not done on purpose; unintended
impede
to get in the way of; to interfere with the movement of
consternation
amazement or fear that makes one feel confused
loath
unwilling; reluctant
indifferent
not concerned about; not caring

neither good nor bad
Acknowledge
to admit the existence of
to express thanks for
stringent
strict; severe
flourish
to thrive or prosper
a wave in the air
a showy burst of music
a fancy line or curve
lavish
much more than enough
very costly
vigilant
watchful; ready for danger
fluster
to make nervous, embarrassed, or confused
casualty
a person killed or injured in a war or accident
ruthless
showing no mercy; pitiless
candid
expressed honestly and without holding back unplesant truths
gratify
to please or satisfy
to give in to what is wanted or requested
whim
a sudden wish to do something without a particular reason; a fanciful idea
haughty
showing to much pride in oneself and scorn or contempt for others
era
a particular period in time
impunity
freedom from being harmed or punished
devious
having many twists and turns

sneaky; not frank or honest
docile
well behaved; easy to handle
placate
to stop from being angry; to calm
predatory
Living by killing and eating other animals
To live by robbing others
menial
of or relating to low-level, humble work
invincible
impossible to defeat
disrupt
to break up the orderly course of

to interrupt; break up order
rapture
a state of joy, delgiht, or love
maintain
to declare something to be true

to keep in good condition
hovel
an unpleasant, cramped, and dilapidated place to live
inevitable
bound to happen
intensify
to increase; to strengthen or deepen
adequate
enough; suffcient
grievous
causing pain or grief; hard to bear
blithe
cheerful; carefree
benefactor
a person who provides help, especially by giving money
negligent
failing to take proper care of or to give proper attention to
figment
something that is made up in the mind but that has nothing to do with reality
muse
to think about in a quiet, careful way
evict
to force out of property by taking legal action
hoard
to save and put away
wrath
forceful anger; fury
plight
a difficult of dangerous condition or situation
respite
a period of rest; a pause
stint
a period of time devoted to a job or task

a limit or restriction
ensue
to follow; to come as a result of or at a later time