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main
(adj.) most important; chief. (n.) a larage pipe used to carry water under the ground. 6
conceited
(adj.) having too high an opinion of oneself; vain. 6
prior
(adj.) coming before; earlier. (n.) the person in charge of a priory or monastery.
acute
(adj.) 1. having a sharp point. 2: intense; severe. 3: very keen; sensitive. 4: measuring less than 90 degrees (as an angle in geometry) 6
revive
(v.) to bring or come back to life, or to consciouness, or to a state of comfort. 2: to bring back again. 6
meager
(adj.) of poor quality or small amount; thin; scanty. 6
daze
(v.) to stun or bewilder by a shock or a blow. (n.) a confused state. 6
suspend
(v.) 1: to hang by a support from above. 2: to keep out for a while as a punishement. 3: to set aside or hold back for a while. 6
engrossing
(adj.) so interesting as to take up a person's whole attention; absorbing. 6
sack
(n.) 1. a large bag of coarse cloth. 2. a white wine. 3: the act of robbing a captured city. (v.) to rob or take everyting from a captured city; to plunder. 2: to put into bags. 6
obvious
(adj.) easy to see or understand; plain; clear. 6
priory
(n.) a monastery headed by a prior or a nunnery run by a prioress. 6
crock
(n.) a pot or jar made of baked clay.
crockery
(n.) dishes, pots, and jars made of baked clay; earthenware. 6
deed
(n.) 1: a thing done; an act or action. 2: a paper that provides proof of ownership of property. 6
thresh
(v.) 1: to separate the grain from corn, wheat, or similar plants by beating. 2: to go over again. 3: to move about in a violent or jerky way; to thrash. 6