(p. 13): an alarm bell.
(p. 13): pleasing in appearance; attractive; fair.
Lamentation (p. 13):
the act of expressing grief
Firmament (p. 13):
the vault of heaven; sky.
(p. 14): to praise highly; laud; eulogize.
(p. 17): a shelter for cows
(p. 17): a violent downpour of rain.
(p. 18): help; relief; aid; assistance.
Rancour (p. 18):
bitter, rankling resentment or ill will; hatred; malice.
(p. 19): to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion; detest utterly; loathe; abominate.
(p. 19): an adherent of a religion or cult; a worshiper of a particular deity or sacred personage.
Scabbard (p. 19):
a sheath for a sword.
Precipice (p. 21):
a cliff with a vertical, nearly vertical, or overhanging face.
Immolation (p. 22):
the act of killing a sacrificial victim, as by fire; offer in sacrifice.
Tempest (p. 23):
a violent windstorm, especially one with rain, hail, or snow.
Lair (p. 23):
a den or resting place of a wild animal.
Execration (p. 24):
cursing, denouncing, damning, renouncing.
a deep-blue mineral composed mainly of lazurite with smaller quantities of other minerals, used mainly as a gem or as a pigment.
a metal receptacle for holding live coals or other fuel, as for heating a room.
repugnantly hateful; detestable; loathsome:
a prostitute or paramour, especially one associating with noblemen or men of wealth.
conspicuous, signal, or noteworthy.
a ring or cap, usually of metal, put around the end of a post, cane, or the like, to prevent splitting.
any dirty, disorganized dwelling.
portending evil or harm; foreboding; threatening; inauspicious
a funeral song or tune, or one expressing mourning in commemoration of the dead
a great flood of water; inundation; flood.
a unit of distance, varying at different periods and in different countries, in English-speaking countries usually estimated roughly at 3 miles (4.8 kilometers).
a red or reddish variety of crystal, used in jewelry.
an asphalt of Asia Minor used as cement and mortar.
to rub or sprinkle on; apply an unguent, ointment, or oily liquid to.
to enact or establish by law, edict
having a discolored, bluish appearance caused by a bruise, congestion of blood vessels, strangulation, etc., as the face, flesh, hands, or nails.
pain, anguish or suffering resulting from mental or physical hardship.
to transfer to another's custody or charge; entrust.
violation of a law, command, etc.; sin
a deadly or virulent epidemic disease.
an artificial channel for conducting water, often fitted with a gate at the upper end for regulating the flow.
a quick raid, usually for the purpose of taking plunder.