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ballast
Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the rising & falling of a vessel.
Buoyant
Buoyancy
Able to float
The ablility to float.
Clamber
To climb awkwardly.
Detach
To seperate from.
Lacking concerns, not taking sides.
eerie
Causing uneasiness; strange or mysterious.
fathom
A length of 6 feet, used in measuring the depth of water.

To figure out; to not understand.
pique
To arouse or excite.

A feeling of resentment caused by being ignored, insulted etc.
Probe
To poke or prod.

To examine closely.
Realize
To be aware of.

To bring into being; to make it happen.
Rupture
To spilt or break.

A breaking or tearing apart by force.

The breaking of a friendly relationship.
Sphere

Spherical
An object with all points on it's surface equally distant from it's center: a ball or globe.
Of or relating to the shape of a sphere.
Submerge
To underwater.

To put underwater or to cover with water.
Tedious

Tedium
Seeming to go on for a long time; boring.

Bpredom
Ultimate
Final

The greatest possible maximum.
Unscathed
Completely unharmed.
ballast
Heavy material used to make a ship steady or control the rising & falling of a vessel.
Buoyant
Buoyancy
Able to float
The ablility to float.
Clamber
To climb awkwardly.
Detach
To seperate from.
Lacking concerns, not taking sides.
eerie
Causing uneasiness; strange or mysterious.
fathom
A length of 6 feet, used in measuring the depth of water.

To figure out; to not understand.
pique
To arouse or excite.

A feeling of resentment caused by being ignored, insulted etc.
Probe
To poke or prod.

To examine closely.
Realize
To be aware of.

To bring into being; to make it happen.
Rupture
To spilt or break.

A breaking or tearing apart by force.

The breaking of a friendly relationship.
Sphere

Spherical
An object with all points on it's surface equally distant from it's center: a ball or globe.
Of or relating to the shape of a sphere.
Submerge
To underwater.

To put underwater or to cover with water.
Tedious

Tedium
Seeming to go on for a long time; boring.

Bpredom
Ultimate
Final

The greatest possible maximum.
Unscathed
Completely unharmed.