WW Book 11 Lesson 7
A large group of islands.
To rush headlong, often with a swerving or lurching motion.
Showing an offhand or carefree disregard; arrogant.
Sharing a boundary; being very close or in contact; adjacent.
To connect related things; to bring into proper relation with one another.
The history of a word.
Wildly excited; frantic.
Relating to motion.
To foretell; to warn or indicate in advance.
to crush or grind into dust or powder.
difficult to understand; abstruse.
To repel; to drive back.
Caused by or having to do with earthquakes.
To form or move in waves.
A radical or violent change.