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Accelerate
v. 1. To go or to cause to go faster
2. To bring about at an earlier time
Altitude
n. Height above sea level or the earth's surface
Anxious
adj. 1. Worried;concerned.
2. Eager; wishing strongly.
anxiety
n. Great uneasiness or concern.
brace
v. 1. To make stronger by giving support to.
2. To make ready for a shock; to prepare.
n. Something used to support a weak part.
bracing
adj. Giving energy to; refreshing
confident
adj. Certain,sure.
confidence
n. 1. A lack of doubt; a feeling of being certain.
contact
n. 1. The touching or joining of two things.
2. The condition of being in communication with others.
v. To communicate with.
exult
v. To be joyful; to show great happiness.
exultant
adj. Very happy
hangar
n. A building where aircraft are kept and repaired
maximum
n. The greatest or highest number or amount.
adj. Being the greatest or highest number or amount.
methodical
adj. Done in a regular orderly way.
proceed
v. To go on, especially after stopping for a while; to continue.
saunter
v. To walk without hurrying; to stroll in a relaxed, unhurried manner.
n. A relaxed, unhurried walk.
solo
n. A musical piece for one voice or a single instrument.
adj. Made or done by one person.
v. To fly alone, especially for the first time.
stall
n. 1. A place for an animal in a barn.
2. A small stand or an booth where things are sold.
v.1. To suddenly lose power.
2. To delay by being evasive.