(v) to close off or keep people or supplies from going in or out (n)the closing off of an enemy nation, city, port, or area, usually the military; something that closes off or keeps out
(v) to sing; to recite in a tone that varies only a little or not at all. (n) A song in such a tone; words or phrases reapeated in rhythm.
(v) to give up all hope, lose heart. 9n) total loss of hope; a cause of loss of hope.
(v) to raise or lift up; to increase in position or rank; to cheer up; to improve culturally, intellectually, or morally
(adj) beyond the usual or expected; highly unusual or rare
(adj) brave, noble, or larger than life; involving extreme effort
(n) a long, metal-tipped weapon used by knights or solders on horseback; any sharp, pointed instrument that resembles such a weapon(v)to pierce with or as if with a lance; to open a wound
(n) a person on an assignment, often of a religious nature; someone sent by a church to a foreigh land to teach religion and do charity work (adj)related to or involved with such an assignment
(adj) having no meaning or effect
(v) to throw back, as heat, light, or sound; to give back an image of, as a mirror; to make apparent, show, or demonstrate; to think deeply about
(n) a location, scene, or place where something was, is or will be
(adj) poisonous or deadly