OAFK vocab #3- Bradley

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quail

(noun)- a small or medium sized game bird
(verb)- cower, shrink back in fear, lose heart, to show apprehension

query

(noun)- a question, esp. one addressed to an official or organization
(verb)- to ask a question, esp. in order to express one's doubts about it or to check the validity or accuracy, to inquire

raiment

(noun)- clothing, garments

recreant

(noun)- a coward, or someone unfaithful to a belief
(adj)- cowardly disloyal or unfaithful

requite

(verb)- to make suitable repayment (as for kindness, service, favor), to reciprocate

retinue

(noun)- a group of advisors, assistants or others accompanying another person

roisterous

(adj)- engaging in boisterous, energetic merrymaking; revel noisily, brag noisily

sage

(noun)- a profoundly wise man, esp. one who features in ancient history or legend
(adj)- having, showing, or indicating wisdom

scythe

(noun)- an instrument for cutting or mowing

sojourn

(noun)- a temporary stay
(verb)- to stay somewhere temporarily

solace

(noun)- comfort or consolation in a time of destress or sadness
(verb)- to comfort or give solace to

stalwart

(adj)- loyal, reliable, and hardworking; strongly built and sturdy
(noun)- a loyal, responsible, and hard-working person, sometimes involved in an organization or team

sumptuous

(adj)- splendid and expensive looking, rich and magnificent

swaddle

(verb)- to wrap around with bandages
(noun)- a long, narrow strip of cloth used for swaddling and bandaging

swain

(noun)- a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman; a country youth

swart

(adj) naturally having skin of a dark color

toothsome

(adj)- temptingly tasty, delicious

trammel

(noun) a restraint that confines or restricts freedom (especially something used to tie down or restrain a prisoner)

tribulations

(noun)- causes of great trouble or suffering

tryst

(noun)- a private, secret, romantic meeting between others, a secret rendezvous (especially between lovers)

uncouth

(adj)- lacking manners, refinement or grace; crude, awkward or clumsy

undaunted

(adj)- not discouraged or intimidated by difficulty or danger and disapointment

verdant

(adj)- green with vegetation; inexperienced

wax

(verb)- to grow gradually larger

ween

(verb)- to think, suppose, to expect, hope or intend

welkin

(noun)- the sky, heaven, heavenly vault

whit

(noun)- a very small part or amount

winsome

(adj)- charming, attractive, pleasing

wroth

(adj) angry, wrathful

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