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17 Cards in this Set

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choir
(n.) a group of singers, especially one that sings in a church. (5)
somber
(adj.) 1: dark and gloomy. 2: sad or serious. (5)
nag
(v.) to annoy or disturb by always complaining or scolding. (n.) a horse, especially an old workhorse. (5)
gory
(adj.) full of blood; horrible to look at or hear about. (5)
thrash out
(v.) to discuss fully until settled. (5)
rumple
(v.) to crease or wrinkle; to disarrange. (n.) a crease or wrinkle. (5)
avert
(v.) 1: to turn away. 2: to keep from happening; to avoid. (5)
gore
(n.) 1: clotted blood from a wound. 2: a three-sided piece of cloth sewn into a garment. (v.) to stab or wound with a horn or tusk. (5)
helm
(n.) 1: the wheel or tiller used to steer a boat. 2: the place or position of command in an undertaking. (5).
derive
(v.) 1: to get or receive from a souce; to come from a certain source. 2: to obtain by figuring out. (5)
ajar
(adj. or adv.) - slightly open. (5)
ardent
(adj.) full of eagerness; passionate; having great enthusiasm. (5)
veteran
(n.) 1: a person who has served in the armed forces, especially during wartime. 2: a person with much experience in some kind of work. (adj.) experienced. (5)
distinguish
(v.) to tell apart; to not as separate or different. (5)
distinguished
(adj.) famous; outstanding. (5)
thrash
(v.) 1: to beat severely. 2: to move about in a violent way. (5)
burly
(adj.) big and strong; heavily-built. (5)