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Goddess Girls Persephone The Phony Part 1

book by Joan Holub & Suzanne Williams
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immortal
living forever, never die
throng
a large gathering of people, a crowd
herald
a person who announces important news, starting with blowing a horn
fountain
a structure from which an artificially produced jet of water arises
exploit
to make use of, develop; to make improper use of for personal profit; a feat, a risky and adventurous act
mortal
a being that must eventually die; human being
gleam
be shiny, as if wet
어렴풋한 빛
dodge
move out of the way quickly to avoid getting hit
bleat
the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this)
fling
throw with force or recklessness
perch
sit on a small high up place
intend
decide and plan on something
identical
exactly alike
insist
to take a stand and hold firmly to it, to demand; to require
ascend
to move upward, to rise
descend
move downward and lower
bronze
a metal made of copper and tin
thunderbolt
a line of lightning
bust
1. a sculpture of the head and shoulders of a person
2. a woman's breasts and chest
3. v. to break something
hover
hang in the air, fly or float in one place often over something
pasty
Looking very pale and unhealthy.
gut
the stomach and body parts where food goes, verb: to remove the insides of something
wistful
remembering when times were better in the past, thinking about what you don't have
cemetery
land where dead people are buried
strew
spread by scattering, cover
laurel
tree whose leaves are used for a victory wreath (crown)
elaborate
made carefully with lots of details (adj)
정성들여 만들다, 정교한, to make more complex, give more details (verb)
inscribe
write by cutting into something, engrave
deceased
someone who has died
rear
1. the back of something or some place
2. to raise children
nimble
moving quickly and lightly; clever
leap
a long jump, a light springing movement upwards or forwards
dusk
light after sunset but before dark, twilight
brood
sit on (eggs), think moodily or anxiously about something
straightforward
honest, saying something directly
trip
miss a step and fall or nearly fall
casual
1. not fancy, informal
2. relaxed, not worried about what is happening.
pal
a close friend, a buddy
limp
soft or weak, flexible
chariot
a two-wheeled horse-drawn cart
stiffen
to make difficult to bend or move
hustle
To hurry
flit
fly or move lightly or quickly, like a fairy of butterfly hopping from one place to the next
lodge
a small camping house used as a temporary shelter
ultimate
being the last and best in a series
purse
1. a handbag used for carrying money and stuff, pocketbook, bag
rebellious
going against the people in power, like parents or king
vow
a solemn pledge to do something or to behave in a certain manner
to have guts
to have enough courage to do something difficult
loner
person who likes to be alone and do things by themselves
scold
speak angrily, tell someone they have done a bad thing
fortunate
lucky
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