The odyssey

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Plunder
Steal goods from a place or person, typically using force and in a time of war or civil disorder
Valor
Great courage in the face of danger especially in battle
Irked
Irritate or annoy
Rouse
Bring out of sleep or awaken
Indifferent
Having no particular interest or sympathy, unconcerned
Lout
An uncouth or aggressive man or boy
Prodigous
Remarkably or impressively great in extent , size or degree
Mandate
An official order or commission to do something
Appaled
Greatly dismay or horrify
Ponferous
Slow and clumsy because of great weight
Din
A loud unpleasant and prolonged noise
Profusion
An abundance or large quantity of something
Cordial
Warm and friendly
Reel
Lose balance and stagger or lurch violently
Sage
A profoundly wise person
Convey
Transport of carry to a place
Meditations
A series of personal writings
Distain
General attitude
Assuage
Make an unpleasant feeling less intense
Compel
Force or oblige someone to do something
Implaceable
Unable to be placated
Insolent
Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect
Atone
Make amends or reparation
Stealth
Cautious and surreptitious action or movement
Perils
Serious and immediate danger
Ardor
Enthusiasm or passion
Dwindle
Diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength
Tumult
A loud confused noise especially caused by a large mass of people
Founder
Collapse
Dire
Extremely serious or urgent
Provisions
The action of providing or supplying something for use
Contempt
The feeling that a person or a thing is beneath consideration worthless or deserving scorn
Appease
Pacify or placate someone by acceding to their demands
Insideous
Proceeding in a gradual subtle way but with harmful effects
Restitution
The restoration of something lost or stolen to its proper owner
Dissemble
Conceal ones true motives feelings or beliefs
Lithe
Thin supple and graceful
Incredulity
The state of being unwilling or unable to believe something
Wrath
Extreme anger
Glowering
Have an angry or sullen look on ones face , scowl
Inpudence
Falling to show proper respect
Rebuke
Express sharp disapproval or criticism because of their behavior or actions
Renowned
Known or talked about by many people, famous
Folly
Lack of good sense
Evade
Escape or avoid
Aloof
Not friendly
Smote
Strike or hit hard
Pact
A formal agreement
Keen
Sharp or penetrating
Tremulous
Shaking or quivering slightly
Hone
Sharpen
Abyss
A deep or seemingly bottomless chasm
Prevail
Prove more powerful then opposing force, be victorious
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