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mythology vocab

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unreliable
cannot be trusted
archer
a person who shoots with a bow and arrow
prophecy
something predicted in the future
patron
a person who gives generous support or approval
domestic
of or relating to a household of a family or country
satyr
a forest god of the ancient greeks believed to have the ears and the tail of a horse or goat
nymph
one of many goddesses in old legends represented as beautiful young girls living in the mountains, forests, and waters
lyre
a stringed instrument like a harp used by the ancient Greeks
oracle
a person through whom a god is believed to speak; a wise adviser
deities
gods and goddesses
wrath
strong, stern, or fierce anger;deeply resentful indignantation
deceive
to mislead by a false appearance or statement;delude
seer
a person who sees; observer, prophet, or a oracle
spurn
to reject with disdain; scorn
unrequited
not returned or reciprocated
piteous
looking or deserving pity; pathetic, sorrow, or compassion
narcissism
inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love
embroidery
the art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads
indignantly
feeling, characterized by, or expressing strong displeasure at something considered unjust, offensive, insulting, or base
obstinacy
the quality or state of being stubborn