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burrow
1. to dig a hole
2. to hide in a hole
3. hole or den for an animal
callous
1. not having feeling for someone else's concerns
2. a place where the skin has thickened
congregation
1. a group of people gathered together
2. a group of people in a religious group who worship together
contender
a person who competes or fights to win in a battle or competition
idle
1. not working
2. not in use
lectern
a stand that holds the notes of a person speaking to an audience
listless
1. describes someone having a lack of alertness and activity
lope
to run or ride with a steady, easy stride
mimic
1. to imitate so as to make fun of a person
2. to copy the behavior and appearance of something
mute
1. remaining in a silent state
2. unable to speak
nationalism
1. loyalty to the interests and culture of a nation
Also: nationalist- someone who is loyal to the interests and culture of his/her nation
perpetual
lasting forever, especially in a repeated cycle
rally
1. to call together a group for a common purpose
2. to join in an effort for a common purpose
scowl
1. to frown in anger or disapproval
2. a frown of anger or disapproval
serene
1. peacefully calm in manner and appearance
2. describing mild, pleasant weather
sprawl
to sit or lay down with arms and legs spread out
stocky
describes a shorter person who is muscular but perhaps overweight in apperance
suave
describes someone who is sophisticated and well-mannered in appearance
surge
1. to move forward like a wave
2. to increase suddenly
trudge
to walk heavily