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the farthest or outermost point or part; the greatest degree; grave danger, necessity, or distress; an extreme measure.
Extremity
a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; adj. impressive; grand in scope
Epic
to refill or resupply; restore; nourish
Replenish
to settle by discussing; to arrange an agreement
Negotiate
attracting little attention; not readily noticeable; ordinary
inconspicuous
whole, with no part missing; undamaged
intact
to undermine the confidence of a person or group; discourage; dishearten
demoralize
to break up and scatter; to cause to vanish or disappear; to spread or distribute widely
disperse
surrounded by land; cut off from the sea
landlocked
chronological records; historical accounts
annals
v. to pull up or tear up; to eliminate or destroy completely
eradicate
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without direction
meander
destruction; devastation
havoc
skillfulness; expertness; talent
dexterity
easy o see; obvious; v. to show; to reveal
manifest
to move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
recede
having or showing great emotion; passionate; fierce; strongly devoted
fervent
redness, heat, and painfulness as a result of injury or infection; the act of inflaming or arousing strong passion; the state of being inflamed
inflammation
aggressive; warlike
belligerent
horrible; disgusting; repulsive; ugly
hideous
bravery; daring; strength; unusual skill or ability
prowess
deserving respect because of age, dignity, or character; honored above others; worthy of reverence
venerable
belonging to the middle ages; characteristic of the middle ages; gothic
medieval
adj. of or passed down by inheritance from an ancestor; transmitted from parent to child
hereditary
friendship; peaceful relations, as between countries
amity
a liquid with special powers, especially one used as poison, medicine, or magic
potions
deeply religious; sincere; earnest; heartfelt
devout
a medieval code of knighthood; a code of honor and courtesy
chivalry
a ruler; king; queen; emperor; adj. highest in power or rank
sovereign
a hunt or search; a journey in search of; v. seek
quest
to make filthy or dirty; to corrupt; to damage a reputation
defile
to attract; to tempt; to lure
entice
to think quietly and deeply; to make a plan
meditate
to endure; to experience
undergo
a sign of what will happen in the future; a warning
omen
a fortress overlooking a city; a stronghold; a place of fortification
citadel
to get again; to recover; to find and bring back
retrieve
a person sent on a mission to represent anothers interest; an agent or messenger
emissary
someone who carries messages or announces things to come; someone who designs banners and colors for knights; to announce; to foretell
heralds
clothing; outfit; to dress
garb