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blizzard
A very heavy snowstorm with strong winds.
hurricane
A severe, swirling tropical storm with heavy rains and winds exceeding 75 miles per hour, originating in the tropical parts of the Atlantic Ocean or the Caribbean Sea and moving generally northward.
satellite
Any of various manmade objects launched so as to orbit a celestial body.
bulletin
A statement on a matter of public interest, as in a newspaper, on television, or on radio.
cancellation
The act of calling off or stopping.
possibility
The fact or condition of being possible.
forbidding
Threatening, dangerous, or unfriendly in nature or appearance; frightening.
allotted
To distribute or parcel out.
misspell
To spell incorrectly.
credited
1. To given honor to (a person) for something. 2. To attribute (something) to a person.
professor
A teacher of the highest rank in a college or university.
exaggerate
To enlarge or magnify beyond the truth; overstate.
medallion
A round or oval ornament or design resembling a large medal.
villain
A main character who harms or threatens the good or heroic charcters in a story, play, etc.
gossiping
To engage in chatty conversation; to spread rumors.
challenge
A special quality naturally belonging to something and requiring full use of one's abilities, energy, or resources.
equipped
To supply with what is needed or wanted; provide.
necessary
Needed to achieve a certain result or effect; essential.
abbreviate
To reduce (a word or group of words) to a shorter form by leaving out some of the letters.
dissimilar
Unlike; different; distinct.
pavilion
An ornate tent.
miscellaneous
Made up of a variety of different elements or ingredients.
remittance
Money or credit sent to someone.
penicillin
Any of a group of related antibiotic compounds obtained from molds and used to treat various diseases and infections.
battalion
A large group of soldiers organized as a unit, usually consisting of two or more companies.