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Rubble
A loose mass of fragments of rock or masonry crumbled by natural or human forces rubble.
construct
to create by shaping, adapting,or putting elements together:make constructed,constructing,constructs,and construction n.
rigorous
adj. requiring great effort,energy,or exertion difficult rigorously
feast
a large meal elaborately prepared or served; banquet. 2. A religious festivity; pageant v. to entertain elaborately 2. To eat gluttonously; binge
Repel
1. To turn or drive away 2. To deflect or ward off; defend 3. To offend the senses or feelings of; digust repelled, repelling, repells. repellant - n
Hearty
Possessing good health; healthy, fit heartier, heartiest. 1. Expressed warmly, exuberantly, and unrestrainedly sincere
Outlook
The position from which something is observed or judged; angle, point of view
demolish
to bring to ruin destroy demolished, demolishing, demolishes. demolition n.
Lavish
1. v. To give in great abundance (shower) 2. adj. Wasteful of time, energy, or materials (inefficient) Given to imprudent, often excessive expenditure (extravagant) lavisher n. lavishly adv. -- lavishness n.
setback
An unanticipated or sudden check in progress; a change from better to worse. 2. A steplike recession in a wall.
forge
v. 1. To shape, break, or flatten with repeated blows 2. To make a copy of (duplicate) 3. To make a fraudulent copy of; (counterfeit) 4. To alter fraudulently; falsify 5. To create by shaping, adapting, or putting elements together; construct forged, forging forges.
radiant
adj. 1. Emitting heat or light 2. Filled with light; bright. 3. Glowing; beaming. radiant n. 1. An object or a point from which light or heat rays are emitted. 2. The apparent celestial origin of a meteoric shower. radiance n. radiantly adv.
facade
The face of a building. An artificial or deceptive front.
shimmer
To shine with a subdued, flickering light. flash. 2. To appear as a wavering or flickering image, as in a reflection on water or through heat waves in air. shimmer n. A flickering or tremulous light; a glimmer. shimmeringly adv. shimmery adj.
elaborate
1. Planned or executed with painstaking attention to numerous parts or details. 2. Intricate and rich in detail. elaborate v. elaborated, elaborating, elaborates 1. To work out with care and detail; develop thoroughly. 2. To produce by effore, create
recollection
The act or power of remembering. Something remembered.
quash
To set aside or annul, especially by judicial action. To put down or suppress forcibly and completely;
stark
Bare; blunt. Complete or utter; extreme. Harsh; grim; utterly;entirely stiff, severe, strong
Menace
A possible danger; a threat. The act of threatening. A troublesome or annoying person. To utter threats against. To constitute a threat to; endanger. To make threats
stoke
To stir up and feed(a fire or furnace). To feed fuel to and tend the fire. To eat steadily and in large quantities.
tranquil
Free from commotion or disturbance. Free from anxiety, tension, or restlessness. steady; even
miff
A petulant, bad-tempered mood. a petty quarrel or argument; a tiff
douse
To plunge into liquid; immerse. dip. To wet thoroughly; drench. To put out; extinguish. To use a divining rod to search for underground water or minerals. To become throughly wet.
Lustrous
Having a sheen or glow. Gleaming with or as if with brilliant light;
bevy
A group of animals or birds, especially larks or quail. A group or an assemblage.