Greek Mythology Week 2 (pp.22-37)

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gleaming
(adj.) shining
reign
(v.) to rule
herald
(n.) messenger
sacred
(adj.) holy, revered
divine
(adj.) holy, of the gods
quarrel
(n.) dispute, fight
immortality
(n.) never-ending life
tormenting
(adj.) causing great pain or anguish
strait
(n.) a narrow waterway connecting two bodies of water
in vain
to no avail, for nothing
smiths
(n.) metalworker; someone who makes or repairs metal objects
forges
(n.) a special fireplace, hearth, or furnace in which metal is heated before shaping.
bedeck
(v.) to adorn
lavish
(adj.) abundant, fancy
sinister
(adj.) evil, wicked
famine
(n.) life-threatening shortage of food
oblivion
(n.) condition of being completely forgotten
loathe
(v.) to intensely dislike, hate
irreverent
(adj.) disrespectful, rude
vainglorious
(adj.) being too proud of oneself, arrogant
hearth
fireplace
thunderbolt
a flash of lightning with the accompanying thunder.