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sliver
a long slender piece cut or torn off
binoculars
a handheld optical instrument used to increase magnifying ability
parlor
a room used primarily for conversation or the reception of guests
manhole
a hole through which a man may go especially to gain access to an underground or enclosed structure
obituaries
a notice of a persons death usually with a short biographical account
abandon
to give up, desert or withdraw
gateway
an opening
drier
something that extracts or absorbs moisture
gesture
the use of motions of the limbs or body as a means of expression
goldenrod
long slender plant with stems resembling wands and small yellow or white flowers
hobble
to move along unsteadily or with difficulty; to limp along
wander
to move about without a fixed course, airm or goal; roam, ramble
imagine
to forma a mental image of; to use the imagination
burst
to break opern or apart or into pieces
bizarre
out of the ordinary, odd
exploit
to take advantage of
quest
a search, to search for
reliable
fit to be relied on, dependable
remnant
a small part, member or trace of something
survive
to remain alive or in existence
awry
in a turned or twisted position
affirmation
a positive statement
assent
to agree to something especially after thoughtful consideration
asylum
a place of security from arrest
refuge
shelter or protection from danger or distress
solace
to console; to make cheerful
calamity
a state of deep distress or misery caused by major misfortune or loss
folly
a foolish act or idea
jeopardy
danger
peril
exposure to the risk of being injured, destroyed, or lost
plight
a situatin especially a bad or unfortunate one; to give in pledge as in one's work; promise
woe
a condition of deep suffering from misfortune or grief
adequate
sufficient for a specific requirement
capacious
containing or capable of containing a great deal; spacious
chaos
a confused and unorganized state
drab
a dull, lifeless, or faded appearance or quality
immaculate
spotlessly clean, pure
jumble
to move in a confused or disordered manner
labyrinth
a maze; something extremely complex
marvel
something that causes wonder or astonishment
maze
a confusing intricate network of passages
spacious
vast or ample; roomy
unique
being the only one; unusual
unkempt
lacking order or neatness
(hair not combed)