12 terms

The Samurai's Tale (Haugaard) -Chapters 5 - 11

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prestige
(Noun) fame or importance based on reputation or achievements
tyrannize
(Verb) to use power to treat (people) in a cruel and unfair way
sullenly
(Adverb) showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve.
reverence
(Noun/Verb) deep respect for someone or something
scrutinized
(Verb) To examine in detail with careful or critical attention
malice
(noun) the intention or desire to do evil; ill will. (adjective: malicious; adverb: maliciously)
vindictiveness
(Noun) a desire for revenge; (Adj.: vindictive).
lucrative
(adj.) bringing in money; profitable
bestowed
(verb) given formally or officially
vouch
(verb) To give a guarantee or an assurance
contempt
(Noun) a feeling of disdain for anything considered mean or worthless
arbitrate
(Verb) to settle a dispute or a fight between two parties

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