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Vocab Week 2
(n) A loud noise; particularly a continued confused or resonant sound, which stuns or distresses the ear.
(n) The action of raiding or plundering; a raid. on the maraud: intent on plundering. Also in extended use.
(n) Anything accursed, or consigned to damnation. Also quasi-adj. Accursed, consigned to perdition.
(n) Restoration of something to good or proper condition, position, or level, compensating for deterioration or decline; an instance of this.
(adj) Likely to be difficult to overcome, resist, or deal with; giving cause for serious apprehension of defeat or failure.
n) The action or practice of retaliating for any loss or injury; revenge.
(adj) Unhappy, wretched, miserable; distressed, sorrowful, mournful.
(v) trans. To give up, resign, or surrender (a right, claim, possession, etc.); to relinquish.
(adj) involving shame, disgrace, or obloquy; shameful, disgraceful, discreditable.