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flounder
to struggle clumsily, to struggle

Synonym: fumble, bobble
finery
elegant or showy clothing

clan
a group of people who are descended from a common ancestor
Synonym: family, tribe
complex
1. complicated, involved
2. a system; group of related things that make a whole
Synonym: elaborate, intricate
Antonym: simple
fierce
powerful, raging, violent
complex
1. complicated, involved

2. a system; group of related things that make a whole
cleft
opening; division, crevice
contour
outline; giving a sense of the shape

Synonym: profile, silhouette
deplete
to empty completely or partly

Synonym: exhaust

Antonym: fill
spontaneous
not planned ahead of time; impulsive

Synonym: impromptu
Antonym: rehearsed
conifer
cone bearing tree or shrub
steppe
a vast plain having few trees

Synonym: grassland, pasture, meadowland
expanse
large open area

Synonym: spread

Antonym: enclosure
outcrop
part of a rock or mineral formation that is exposed at the surface of the ground
mythical
imaginary, having existence only in fiction

Synonym: fictional
Antonym: non-fictional, real
luminous
shining, glowing, radiant; giving soft light
majestic
stately, magnificent, dignified, grand
mar
to ruin the beauty of

Synonym: injure, harm, spoil
scuttle
to run quickly; to scamper

Antonym: strut
pristine
pure, unspoiled

Antonym: polluted
stockpile
a supply of materials stored up for future use

Synonym: horde