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VOCABULARY LE MORTE D'ARTHUR
1. SIEGE 2. FEROCITY 3. ACCOST 4. ELOQUENCE 5. ABASHED 6. ROUT 7. AMBITIOUS 8. SUCCESSION 9. IGNOBLE 10. TUMULTUOUS Le Morte d'Arthur
N. THE ACT OR PROCESS OF SURROUNDING AND ATTACKING A FORTIFIED PLACE TO ISOLATE IT FROM HELP. SYNONYMS: ASSAULT, BLOCKADE siege
N. SPEECH OR WRITING THAT IS EXPRESSIVE, STIRRING, AND EFFECTIVE. __ SYNONYMS: APPEAL, EXPRESSIVENESS eloquence
N. A FEROCIOUS QUALITY OR STATE; SAVAGE FIERCENESS. __ SYNONYMS: BRUTALITY, CRUELTY, VIOLENCE ferocity
ADJ. OF LOW BIRTH OR POSITION; WITHOUT HONOR OR WORTH. __ SYNONYMS: PEASANT, LOWLY, UNWORTHY ignoble
N. AN OVERWHELMING DEFEAT. __ SYNONYMS: DEBACLE, DISASTER, RETREAT rout
ADJ. SELF-CONSCIOUS; EMBARRASSED OR ASHAMED. __ SYNONYMS: ASHAMED, DISCOMBOBULATED abashed
V. TO APPROACH AND SPEAK TO, ESPECIALLY IN AN AGGRESSIVE MANNER. SYNONYMS: CONFRONT, CHALLENGE, CROSS accost
ADJ. WILDLY EXCITED, CONFUSED OR AGITATED. __ SYNONYMS: BOISTEROUS, DISORDERLY tumultuous
ADJ. HAVING A STRONG DESIRE FOR SUCCESS OR ACHIEVEMENT. __ SYNONYMS: ASPIRING, DETERMINED, AVID ambitious
N. 1. THE ACT OR AN INSTANCE OF ONE PERSON OR THING FOLLOWING ANOTHER. 2.THE DESCENT OR TRANSMISSION OF A THRONE, DIGNITY, ESTATE, OR THE LIKE. SYNONYMS: SEQUENCE, ORDER succession
v. To make nervous, embarrassed, or confused. fluster.
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