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abundant
adj.. More than enough; plentiful.
abundance
n. A great amount.
arid
adj. Having little or no rainfall ; very define.
distinct
Not at the same; different or seprate.
Unmistakable; define
graze
To feed on growing grass.
To touch lightly in passing.
hectic
adj. Full of feverish activit, haste, or confusion
horde
n. A large group or crowd, especially one on the move.
humid
adj. Having a large amount of water or moisture in the air.
humidity
n. The amount of moisturein the air.
incredible
adj Hard or immpossible yo believe.
inhabit
v. To live in or on.
inhabitant
n. A person or animal that lives in a certain area.
peninsula
n. A piece of land, connected to a larger lane mass, that juts out and is almost completely surrounded by water.
rural
adj. Of or realating to the country and the people who lives there.
santuary
n. A place of safety or shelter.
protection offered by such a place.
splendor


splendid
n. Magnificence; brillince of appearence.

adj. Very impressive; magnificent.
squalor

squalid
n. Filth; misery

adj. Dirty and unfit for living, especially as a result of neglect.
terrain
n. An area of land; a region
The surface features of a region.