WORDMASTERS 3, 4th WordMasters Gold List #2 February 2017

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Throng
a crowded group of people or things
Launch
send into the air by force
Rapid
Fast or a river
Annoyance
the state of being annoyed; a thing or person who irritates
Chafe
(v.) to warm by rubbing; to wear sore by rubbing; to feel annoyance or dissatisfaction, annoy, irk; to strain or press against; (n.) a sore or injury caused by rubbing
Aloof
(adj.) withdrawn, standing apart from others (usually as a matter of choice)
Remedy
A judicial order enforcing a right or redressing a wrong.
Shackle
to put into chains
Desolate
Deserted and lonely
Bridle
verb: the act of restraining power or action or limiting exces
Seize
capture
Garish
(adj.) glaring; tastelessly showy or overdecorated in a vulgar or offensive way
Prop
Ideas spread to influence public opinion
Contemplate
To consider carefully and thoughtfully
Gaudy
(adj.) flashy, showy; not in good taste
Damage
to harm something
Jolt
A sudden movement
Dismissal
Alowing to leave
Craving
To eat a lot
Propel
To move Forward with force
Remote
Far away or a controller
Dinghy
small boat (often ship's boat)
Lop
To fall
Dreary
depressing and boring
Trench
A long hole
canal
long and narrow strip of water made for boats or for irrigation
an artificial waterway
list
a number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other.
unkempt
(adj.) not combed; untidy; not properly maintained; unpolished, rude
squadron
group/ team (military word)

an operational unit in an air force consisting of two or more flights of aircraft and the personnel required to fly them
erect
(v.) - to construct, to raise
restless
Not able to relax or rest
schooner
a sailing ship with two or more masts

sailing vessel used in former times
pace
a single step taken when walking or running.

walk at a steady and consistent speed, especially back and forth and as an expression of one's anxiety or annoyance.
spry
Moving with quickness and ease; lively
dwelling
a place where people live
habitat
hurl
throw forcefully; shout out violently
grimy
(adj.) very dirty, covered with dirt or soot
batch
a group of things
a number of things considered as a unit
topple
(v.) to fall forward; to overturn, bring about the downfall of
sparse
(adj.) meager, scant; scattered
burden
A hardship; something difficult to bear
that which is carried; a load; that which is borne with difficulty
heavy load
toss
throw lightly; move or lift (the head) with a sudden motion; flip (a coin) to decide something
luxurious
providing ease and comfort far beyond what is ordinary or necessary

Extravagant
rich and superior in quality
chateau
n. A castle or manor-house.
A large country house
inflate
(v.) to fill with air or gas; to swell or puff out; to make something appear larger than it is

To fill with air or other gas
queasy
sick to one's stomach; nauseated
queasy bake oven (Zoe)
easily nauseated; squeamish
exaggeration
a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.
To make an overstatement or to stretch the truth.
detest
hate
(v.) to hate, dislike very much, loathe
frothy
bubbly, foamy

enjoyable but not serious or important
loiter
(v.) to linger in an aimless way, hang around, dawdle, tarry
to linger in an aimless way, hang around, dawdle
queasy bake oven
an invention by Zoe that bakes disgusting things
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