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1)Dumbfound – To make speechless with amazement I was dumbfounded by the silliness in the classroom!
2) Ensue – To follow; to come as a result of or at a later time When the principal declared a holiday, shouting and clapping ensued.
3) Era – A particular period in history The seventies was a crazy era.
4) Flourish – To thrive or prosper; to wave in the air Plants flourish in a greenhouse. The gymnast finished her routine with a flourish.
5) Garrison – A military place of protection, together with its soldiers and weapons The garrison blocked the only way to get through the mountains
6) Grievous – Causing grief or pain; hard to bear Moving to the mainland can be a grievous event.
7) Hoard – To save and put away, especially secretly Squirrels hoard acorns for the winter.
8) Inundate – To load with an excessive amount or number of something Fans inundated radio stations with requests to play the new song.
9) Invincible – Impossible to defeat Superman is supposed to be invincible.
10) Nomad – A member of a group that settles briefly in one place and then moves on to another Since I am a military wife, I feel like a nomad.
11) Placate – To stop from being angry; to calm They gave the little girl candy in order to placate her.
12) Principal – A person or thing that is of the greatest importance The two men were the principal owners of the shop.
13) Recede – To move back or to drop to a lower level The waters have finally started to recede.
14) Ruthless – Showing no mercy; pitiless That teacher was ruthless!
15) Sacrifice – Something given up for the sake of another They had to make a sacrifice to the volcano god.
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