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abbeyMonastery or convent, under the authority of an abbot or an abbess.
archipelagosGroup of islands.
baronTitle of nobility.
cheepOf a small bird, to make short, high-pitched sounds sounding like "cheep".
cinemasVenue, usually a building, for viewing films.
craftilyIn a crafty manner; slyly.
deject(transitive) Make sad or dispirited.
deli(informal) A shop that sells cooked or prepared food ready for serving.
dillSpecies of plant.
doerVillage in Hungary.
emotiveOf or relating to emotion.
epeeA number of different bladed weapons.
footstepThe mark or impression left by a foot; a track.
gloriouslyIn a glorious manner.
greaseAnimal fat in a melted or soft state.
heatEnergy transfer process, or its amount (and direction), that is associated with a temperature difference.
helm(nautical) The steering apparatus of a ship, especially the tiller or wheel.
iglooType of shelter built of snow.
impetusSomething that impels, a stimulating factor.
irrepressibleNot containable or controllable.
jella jelly or gel.
khakiColor shade of yellowish-brown.
kilnOven that generates high temperatures.
lilacSpecies of plant known as lilac.
lureSomething that tempts or attracts, especially one with a promise of reward or pleasure.
microficheAny forms, either films or paper, containing microreproductions of documents.
mimeTheatrical genre, performance art.
muttonMeat of a sheep.
oboeMusical instrument of the woodwind family.
ogreWest-European mythological creature.
omegaLetter in the Greek alphabet.
pickyPractice of judging the merits and faults of something or someone.
rifleFirearm designed to be fired from the shoulder.
roachCertain members of the fish family Cyprinidae.
sailorPerson who navigates water-borne vessels or assists in doing so.
sashBand or strip of fabric wrapped around the waist or worn over the shoulder or hips and usually tied.
searDry; withered, especially of vegetation.
shiftySubject to frequent changes in direction.
skisNarrow strip of wood, plastic, metal for skiing.
skitA short comic performance.
smokyFilled with or giving off smoke.
virulentDegree to which a pathogen is capable of infecting or damaging its host.