(n.) a raider, plunderer
As silently as they could, the marauders crept to their next victims campsite.
(n.) excessive fatness
At this moment, America is suffering from an obesity epidemic.
(n.) an extremely poor person
When we were little, we use to read a story about the Prince and the Pauper.
(v.) to steal in small quantities
Instead of stealing demanding all of the money at once, the bank robber deciding to pilfer.
(n.) a split, break, breach
"WOW!" exclaimed Josy. "That is quite a rift that the tree has!"
(n.) a likeness; an outward appearance; an apparition
The semblance that the dice could roll on the number 5 is 1 out of 6.
(v.) to overcome, rise above
The candidate surmounted all other competition in the race for city council.
(v.) to bring to an end
In math, some numbers terminate while others can go on forever.
(adj.) commonplace; overused, stale
The little coffee shop downtown can often become quite trite.
(v.) to seize and hold a position by force or without right
(S)seize illegally, commandeer, supplant
In many countries, many of the leaders userp the right of being leader.