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ferocious
ferocious

violently unfriendly or aggressive in disposition, eager to fight or kill
confront
confront

to bring face-to-face: cause to meet
squinted
squinted

to look or peer with eyes partly closed
frantic
frantic

wildly excited
legitimate
legitimate

being in keeping with what is right or with standards
famine
famine

an extreme general shortage of food
court
court

the residence of a ruler
girded
girded

to encircle or fasten with or as if with a belt or cord
plumage
plumage

the entire clothing of feathers of a bird
delectable
delectable

highly pleasing
melancholy
melancholy

a sad or gloomy mood or condition
utter
utter

complete in extent or degree
council
council

a meeting for consultation, an advisory or legislative body
concealment
concealment

the act of hiding
bear
bear

large heavy mammal
defiant
defiant

showing scorn for or disregard of others
heartily
heartily

with sincerity, goodwill, or enthusiasm
gauge
gauge

measurement according to some standard or system
drab
drab

dull
distress
distress

great suffering of body or mind
bawl
bawl

to shout or cry out loudly
protrude
protrude

to stick out or cause to stick out
panic
panic

a sudden overpowering fright
whetched
whetched

?
eloquent
eloquent

clearly showing some feeling or meaning
cavern
cavern

a cave often of large or unknown size
eternal
eternal

having no beginning and no end
retort
retort

to answer back: reply angrily or sharply
reluctant
reluctant

showing doubt or unwillingness
bloated
bloated

to swell by filling with or as if with water or air
reign
reign

the authority or rule of a monarch
prepare
prepare

to make ready beforehand
lull
lull

to cause to sleep or rest
destination
destination

a place which is the goal of a journey or to which something is sent
horizon
horizon

the line where the earth or sea seems to meet the sky
cherish
cherish

to hold dear: feel or show affection for
fractional
fractional

relating to, fairly small
regulate
regulate

to govern or direct according to rule
flautist
flautist

(?)
inquisitive
inquisitive

tending to inquire or investigate, asking many questions