[noun] - An opponent or enemy
[noun] - Self-confidence, especially in a difficult situation; poise; assurance
[adjective] - Anxious or fearful; uneasy
[noun] - the ability to learn or understand something quickly
[adjective] - 1. Giving attention to something. 2. Paying careful attention to the comfort or concerns of other; considerate
[verb] - To force to leave a country or place; exile
[noun] - 1. A usually temporary structure set up, as across a route of access, to block the passage of an enemy or opponent. 2. Something that serves as an obstacle; a barrier.
[verb] - 1. To block an opening or passge with an obstacle or a barrier. 2. To enclose or exclude someone by constructing a barricade.
[verb] - To engage in a false display of strength or confidence, especially in order to deceive someone
[adjective] - Slightly salty
[verb]- To wave or exhibit something in a dramatic or threatening way