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20 terms

8th lessons 3-4

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strategy
(n) the science or art of war; a plan or method of action
inevitable
unavoidable; certain to happen
catastrophe
a sudden, widespread disaster; a misfortune
aggressive
quick to attack; inclined to hostile actions; assertive
motivate
to give one the idea for; to incite; to urge to action
ferocious
savage, fierce, or cruel; intense
valid
having legal force; well-grounded on principles or evidence
ecology
the relationships between living things and their environments
sanctuary
a holy place; a place of shelter and protection
intelligible
capable of being understood; clear
defy
to refuse or resist openly; to dare; to withstand successfully
misdeed
a bad or illegal act
integrity
wholeness; soundness; strength of character
alliance
a formal agreement between nations or people for a particular cause
anthology
a collection of stories, poems, etc.
pacify
to bring into submission; to soothe someone who is upset; to quiet or calm
nourish
to keep up; to provide with food; to support; to encourage
advent
arrival; the coming of something
mystical
(adj) having spiritual meaning; mysterious; secret
sustain
to support; to withstand; to provide for; to keep in existence