19 Freedom, Honor and Justice
Terms in this set (45)
to obstruct or stop from moving forward through or into.
destiny (i.e. what will happen to someone)
horrible, disgusting or very unpleasant.
tattered and torn
a dagger fixed to the muzzle of a rifle
to carry out or complete something (e.g. a task, a goal etc...) satisfactorily.
to make powerful, rough cuts or chops with a knife.
to make someone want to do something good, 2) to make someone feel a particular sensation (his bravery inspired confidence in his companions)
to walk with difficulty because of injury
to rest or cause to rest, for support against something or someone.
gruesome or horrifying
to look closely so as to see, find or discover something.
restored or revived
to begin again usually after an interruption.
to give help, strength or encouragement to somebody or something, 2) to hold something so that it does not fall down
energy, power or strength.
to send out smoke, fire etc..., 2) to let wind noisily out of your stomach through your mouth.
to break through or penetrate
the sound of a metal object being struck
to come together or toward the same point.
done on purpose, 2) slow and careful
something which is anticipated, 2) the act of anticipating something
to set up or create
to stimulate or shock somebody into doing something, 2) to coat iron with zinc to protect it from rust.
to shine like something wet or polished
without thought for or paying no attention to something.
looking back or upon reflection.
to obtain by force or unscrupulous means, 2) to trick or force (a person) into working
to suddenly change direction
a place where something (e.g. a road) narrows, 2) the neck or narrow part of a bottle
to get rid of, kill, or murder.
that which you cannot get past or through.
the degree of or intensity of something
to come together so as to be ready for action or to offer support
a defensive wall from which enemies can be repelled
to form back into groups, 2) to arrange again or differently
something that strengthens, helps, aids, provides back up etc....
to walk with difficulty, usually as a result of tiredness or injury
the state of not being conscious or aware.
to stop or to bring or come to an end
that which causes great destruction to someone or something
to hold someone or something back, 2) to keep under control
to undergo something painful or unpleasant , 2) to feel pain, 3) to put up with.