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KENT MS - 6th WW #20

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bluster
(v) to talk in a loud and bullying manner
bluster
(n) loud, boastful or threatening talk or commotion
blustering
(adj) blowing loudly and violently
council
(n) a group of people who meet to decide or plan something, give advice, or make laws
dwell
(v) to live or reside
dwell
(v) to keep thinking about
dwelling
(n) a house or home
exterminate
(v) to kill or destroy completely
fee
(n) a fixed sum of money charged
garment
(n) any piece of clothing
infest
(v) to overrun in a way that causes harm or annoyance
insist
(v) to take a stand and hold firmly to it
insistent
(adj) unyielding; firm
paltry
(adj) very small and worthless; hardly worth considering
peculiar
(adj) odd; strange
peculiar
(adj) limited to a person, country, group, or thing
rash
(n) a breaking out of red spots on the skin
rash
(n) a series of outbreaks
rash
(adj) too hasty or reckless
revenge
(n) the desire to return harm for harm done
revenge
(n) the act of paying back wrong done
revenge
(v) to get even for a wrong done; to retaliate
rodent
(n) an animal with sharp teeth for gnawing
rodent
(adj) of or relating to rodents
swarm
(v) to move in large numbers
swarm
(n) a large, moving crowd or mass
vat
(n) a large container such as a tub or barrel used for holding liquids