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English Lesson: The Hobbit Vocab Jan 17

Description:   Hobbit Vocab again

Created by: Emperorian125
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Card # English English Image
1
amble
gentle, easy walk
2
antiquity
ancient times
3
applicable
appropriate to the situation
4
audacious
bold and daring, showing a lack of respect
5
benighted
ignorant
6
cavalcade
procession of riders
7
cleave
to give a cutting blow to
8
conspirator
a person who agrees to do an unlawful act
9
crescent
a shape like curve of the moon
10
deceptions
tricks
11
depredations
action of looting, raids
12
discreetly
having good judgment
13
esteemed
considered
14
estimable
respectable
15
flummoxed
confused
16
flustered
nervous
17
ford
to cross a body of water
18
grope
to seek by feeling around
19
hilts
handles of swords
20
immensely
huge
21
ingenious
very clever
22
laden
loaded
23
lair
den, hideaway
24
larder
place to store food
25
morsel
small piece of food
26
mutton
flesh of sheep
27
obliged
forced as a favor
28
obstinately
stubbornly
29
palpitating
throbbing
30
parapet
wall of earth, edge
31
paraphernalia
personal belongings
32
parchment
a skin of sheep or goat used as a writing material
33
plunder
treasure
34
plundering
robbing or raiding
35
porthole
an opening to shoot through
36
reflecting
meditate, think carefully
37
remuneration
pay back
38
requisite
requirement
39
row
fight
40
rune
germanic writing
41
scabbard
sheath
42
scuttled
to put an end to by deliberate act
43
skewer
a long pin for roasting
44
throttled
choke strangle
45
trifle
little importance
46
uncanny
extraordinary
47
venerable
deserving honor or respect
48
venture
to go ahead inspite of risk
49
vexed
annoyed
50
waistcoat
vest

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