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Scabbard?
cover for the blade of a sword, dagger or bayonet; sheath.
Conspire?
1. make secret plans, esp. to do wrong.

2. seem to act together; combine disadvantageously for sb/sth.
Scimitar?
short curved sword with a sharp edge, formerly used by Arabs, Persians, Turks, etc.
Brandish?
wave in a triumphant or threatening way; display.
Dialect?
form of language used in a part of a country or by a class of people.
Prognostication?
tell in advance; predict.
Monotony
monotone, causes weariness and boredom.
Tracts
1. an area of land, esp. a large one

2. a short piece of writing, esp. religious, moral or political subject that is intended to influence people's ideas.
Agitated
anxious and nervous behaviour being showed.
Centurion
(in ancient Rome) an army officer who commanded 100 soldiers.
Scarab
a large black beetle.
Alchemy
1. a form of chemistry studied in the Middle Ages which involved trying to discover how to change ordinary metals into gold

2. a mysterious power or magic that can change things