ww lesson 12 book 6

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abandon

to give up by leaving in time of danger

abandon

to lose or give up completely

abandon

to withdraw help or support from one in need

adversary

an enemy or opponent

baffle

to confuse to prevent from understandingblunder

blunder

a stupid or careless mistake

blunder

to make such a mistake

blunder

to move in a clumsy or careless way

colossal

very big enormous

detect

to discover something not easily noticed

haul

to pull or carry with effort

haul

the amount caught or taken at one time

haul

the distance traveled or to be traveled

overpower

to get the better of to defeat

rejoice

to be very happy

scoff

to mock to ridicule

sentinel

one who keeps watch or guards a point of entry

siege

the surrounding of a place in order to force it to surrender

sinister

suggesting or leading to evil or harm

victor

the winner in a contest or struggle

victor

successful in a contest or battle

woe

deep distress or misery

woe

trouble misfortune

woe

full of woe unhappy

woe

very bad wretched

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