14 terms

The Samurai's Tale (Haugaard) Chapters 12 - 20

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pompously
(Adverb) characterized by having too much self-esteem; arrogant
sallied
(Verb) Set out on a trip or adventure
besieged
(verb) to crowd around in order to ask for favors; to overwhelm; to enclose with armed forces
cajoled
(Verb) to persuade by flattery or promises; wheedle; coax
scanty
(adjective) meager; insufficient
treachery
(noun) betrayal of trust; deceptive action or nature.
stealthily
(adverb) in a secretive or sneaky manner
augment
(verb) to make larger, increase
campaign
(Noun/Verb) A series of actions intended to accomplish a goal
forlornly
(Adverb) Miserably, with a feeling of being abandoned
majestically
(Adverb) very impressive; to act like royalty
subservience
(Adjective) prepared to obey others unquestioningly
sect
(Noun) a subgroup of a major religious group
virtue
(Noun) behavior showing high moral standards.

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