Vocab Unit 13 and 14
reference to speech
something that is bound to happen
deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
a feeling of joy
overbearing pride. Putting yourself in authority when you have no right.
a person who attacks
a little world. Ex. New York is a microcosm of the country. Diverse and populated
A line, list, or braid
A rapid movement of troops from the besieged area to attack the besiegers. Raid
a large sail ship with square sails.
A deep purplish red; the color of some wines.
a window with frames connected to all sides of the window. Go out on a hinge (crank to open)
the greatest significance or importance
a pardon for offenses mostly used in government.
the slaughter of a great deal of people; massacre
to draw back or withdraw
an infectious disease in the lower part of the bowels. (Diarrhea)
doing something over and over again to the point where it gets irksome and tedious. Ex. factory work
a move made to trick the opponent.