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Destruction of property or obstruction of normal operations by civilians or enemy agents in wartime
What is sabotage?
To overwhelm, stun
What is devastating ?
Regal, imperial, bossy
What is imperious ?
Inspiring pity or compassion
What is rueful?
To put on
What is donned ?
Quickly and skillfully
What is deftly?
To push or thrust outward
What is protrude?
A fixed portion
What is a ration?
To make a sudden thrust or pass
What is lunged ?
A place marked with disorder and wild confusion
What is pandemonium ?
A child whose parents are deceased
What is an orphan?
Small pieces of paper thrown during a happy occasion
What is confetti ?
An unverifiable story handed down from the past
What is a legend ?
To confound with amazement
What is dumbfounded ?
Pathological or abnormal reaction to environmental substances such as food, dust, pollen
What is an allergy ?
The accomplishments or skills of a person
What is repertoire ?
The state of intense joy or delight
What is estatic?
A reproduction or copy of something
What is replica ?
A notable act or achievement
What is feats?
A person who is expressing grief or sorrow
What is a mourner?
A prison for those convicted of major crimes
What is a penitentiary ?
A thought, view, or attitude, especially one based on emotion instead of reason
What is sentiment?
Capable of transmitting disease
What is contagious?
Grossly irreverent toward what is or is held to be sacred
What is sacrilegious?
With great violence or force
What is vengeance ?
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