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trample
tread or stomp heavily or roughly
transitive and intransitive verb
1. tread on something: to tread heavily, or tread heavily on something or somebody so as to cause damage or injury
2. treat somebody arrogantly: to behave in an insulting contemptuous way, or treat somebody in a insulting contemptuous way

groggy
stun or confused and slow to react
adjective
weak or dizzy: feeling weak or dizzy, especially because of illness or overindulgence

topple
fall down, as if collapsing
. vti
fall or make something fall over: to fall forward or tip over, or make something do this
2. vi totter: to lean or sway precariously, as if about to fall over
3. vt overthrow somebody or something: to overthrow somebody or something from a position of authority


lousy
very bad
horde
noun (plural hordes)
1. large crowd: a large group of people (often used in the plural)
2. nomadic group: a group of nomads, especially of a people who live by hunting and foraging for food hunter-gatherers
3. swarm or pack: a large group of insects or other animals moving in a mass
commemorate
provide a memorial to a person or event
honor
honor, remember, memorialize, celebrate, observe, venerate
antonym: ignore
snuffle
sniff or smell inquiringly