50 terms

Level 6 (201-250)

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nationalism
loving your country.
reflection
the image you see in a mirror.
incredible
difficult to believe.
feature
a special part or characteristic.
vegetation
plants.
relation
connection.
mantle
the top of a fireplace.
architecture
designing buildings.
tension
stress or being tight.
relationship
connection.
memorable
remembered easily.
scripture
writings of the Bible.
contribution
something you give.
affection
the feeling that you like someone very much.
attach
to fasten.
abroad
in or to another country.
content
things that are inside of something (or happy).
adopt
to take a child into your home as part of your family.
apprentice
a student learning a skill.
confidence
thinking that you will succeed.
confederation
a group of people or governments.
alert
watching and listening very carefully.
arose
got up.
consul
leader.
occasionally
once in a while.
adobe
clay.
apply
to try to get a job or get into a group.
conquest
winning.
traditional
old style.
amuse
to make someone smile or laugh.
astronomer
a scientist that studies space and the stars.
conqueror
a person that wins over and controls.
provisions
food and supplies.
arrangement
how something is organized.
accomplishment
something you succeed at.
shortage
a situation where there is not enough of something.
rare
not common or normal.
tame
not wild; used to living or working with human beings.
chore
an activity like washing or cooking.
spare
more than is needed; extra.
finite
limited.
moral
lesson; having to do with right and wrong.
scarcity
not enough of something; lacking
guide
someone whose job is to show people around places.
mortar
a weapon that launches rockets; a tool that crushes.
garrison
a military base.
cope
to deal with.
origin
the beginning of something, or where something or someone comes from.
caravan
a group of people or vehicles traveling together, often for safety when traveling across difficult or dangerous land.
ozone
layer a layer of ozone gas in the Earth's atmosphere that protects the Earth from the more harmful rays of the Sun.