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dell
a secluded hollow or small valley (usually covered with trees or turf)
bewilder
to perplex or confuse (especially by complexity or multitude )
absorbent
able to attract and retain liquid
gale 1
an emotional outburst
gale
a strong current of air; a wind from 32 to 63 miles per hour
devour
to eat up greedily or ravenously; to enjoy avidly
elastic
an elastic fabric usually made of yarns containing rubber:
sentinel
a sentry; a lookout; a guard
lure 1
to draw or attract actively and strongly
lure
an enticement to pleasure or gain
rowdy
coarse or boisterous in behavior ; rough
flaw 1
a defect in physical structure or form
flaw
an imperfection or weakness ( especially one that detracts from the whole or hinders effectiveness )
revolt
to rebel; to renounce allegiance (to a government or party) :
forlorn
sad and lonely (because of isolation or desertion )
ruckus
row, disturbance
warp
yarn extended lengthwise in a loom
warp
to twist or curve something originally flat or straight
bedraggled
to wet thoroughly; to leave wet and limp
task
duty; assignment; piece of work
mutiny
resistance to lawful authority (especially on a ship)
humdrum
monotonous, dull
decoy 1
entice; lure
decoy
someone or something used to draw attention away or lead another into a trap
squall
a sudden violent wind (often with rain or snow)
reflect
to indicate
reflective
capable of reflecting light, images, or sound waves
strife
struggle; fight for superiority
burnish
to polish or make shiny (by rubbing)
ruthless
having no pity; merciless; cruel
accomplice
an associate (especially in wrongdoing)