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Chapter 1- An Unexpected Party
- An opening in a wall, or door or a round, window like opening
- Miserable; pitiable; sorrowful
- A person who takes part in a conspiracy; plotter.
(pg. 24) Necromancer
- Magic esp. that practiced by a witch or sorcerer;
- Small pieces of wood used to start a fire
(pg. 21) Remuneration -
- That act of paying or rewarding for work or trouble.
having or showing good judgment in conduct
- the state of being decayed or destroyed
(pg. 21) Obstinately
- stubbornly adhering to one's purpose, opinion; not yielding to persuasion
- to run with quick, hasty steps; scurry.
- a feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe;
(pg. 12) Flummoxed
- confused, perplexed.
(pg. 16) Audacious
- extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless
- utterly or obviously senseless, illogical, or untrue
(pg. 11) Haughty -
rudely proud in a manner that expressed scorn for others
(pg. 10) Depredation -
A predatory attack; a raid
(pg. 13) Fender -
a device that protects
to sink by cutting holes threw the side or bottom of something
(pg. 10) Throng -
a large number of people gathered together
(pg. 21) Prudent - adj -
Wise in handling practical matters; exercising good judgment or common sense
Chapter 2- Roast Mutton
regarded with respect
a small quantity or amount of anything
formally precise or proper, as persons or behavior; stiffly
to make prim, as in appearance.
A sheath, as for a dagger or sword.
freakishly or grotesquely strange or odd; bizarre
equipment used for a particular activity
a case or covering for the blade of a sword, dagger, or the like.
to put into a state of agitated confusion
to go at a slow, easy pace; stroll.
a room or place where food is kept; pantry or a supply of food
framing above the opening of a fireplace
To do a service or favor for
to rob of goods or valuables by open force
spells or verbal charms spoken or sung as a part of a ritual of magic
To undertake the payment of (costs or expenses)
a procession of persons riding on horses or, any procession
to bite or chew on
Cleaver (pg. 49)
A heavy broad-bladed knife or hatchet used esp. by butchers
grass that is light brown, usually in feilds
A dark bird
a feeling of seriousness and sorry/unhappy
cleave (v.)- to split apart with a cutting blow
- Over Hill and Under Hill
- a trick
- A high-pitched and piercing sound
- Beyond the ordinary; seeming to have a supernatural basis
- personal belongings
Chapter 5 - Riddles in the Dark:
- To feel about with hands
- Knee length trousers with or sometimes with decoration at the bottom
- A short swordlike weapon with a pointed blade and a handle, used for stabbing
- A faint or unsteady light; a gleam
- Existing or operating out of sight or secretly; hidden or secret, or underground
- To walk in water
- To move or go in a furtive, abject manner, as from fear or shame
- A lever, pedal or handle for controlling a throttle valve
- To roam through stealthily, as in search of prey or plunder
- The keen perception and cleverly apt expression of those connections between ideas that awaken amusement and pleasure
- A bite, mouthful, or small portion of food etc.
- Devoted to a deity or to some religious purpose
- Ancient, former ages
- Spread or turned out
- Determine, to come to a decision about something
- Loss of hope
- To strike or hit hard
- Not entirely open nor entirely shut; partly open
- Having the shape a wedge
- Affected with vertigo; dizzy
Chapter 6: Out of the Frying Pan - Into the Fire
A small usally wooded valley; a vale.
Very unpleasant; diagreeable, hateful.
Intellectually or morally ignorant; unenlightened
- A light redish-brown
Any of several
herbs belonging to the genus
of the mint family
having leaves used as a seasoning in cooking
A large fern or brake
A wise saying, usually of unknown or ancient origin
A person hired to carry baggage
Erect evergreen tree or its wood
send for or call together
Strong or disagreeable fume or ordor
Var of AERIE
- A large nest high, high up off the ground (posted by Mr. Brown)
Differing from the usual or normal
Starved or craving food
evergreen tree or shrubs with dark stiff poisonus needles
Do for some one else
-a condition, state, or situation, esp. an unfavorable or unfortunate one
-causing dismay or horror
-to walk heavily or move laboriously; trudge
-above suspicion; impossible to discredit; impeccable
-shelter or protection from danger, trouble
-a tract of open and uncultivated land; wasteland overgrown with shrubs.
-involving or full or grave risk or peril; hazardous; dangerous
-infliction of injury, harm, humiliation, or the like, on a person by another who has been harmed by that person; violent revenge
-(of trees) full of or covered with gnarls; bent; twisted.
-any complex organism of the group Lichenes, composed of a fungus in symbiotic union with an alga and having a greenish, gray, yellow, brown, or blackish thallus that grows in leaflike, crustlike, or branching forms on rocks, trees, etc.
To express grief for or about; mourn
causing anxiety or uneasiness; disturbing
I think that it means British.
to make extremely, excessively, or completely dry, as heat, sun, and wind do.
gaiety or jollity, esp. when accompanied by laughter
causing feelings or loathing; disgusting; revolting; repulsive
to make furious; enrage
iron or wooden bars that are suspended in a gateway and pushed down to prevent passage
a large bottle for containing wine, liquor, and beer
to move clumsily or blindly
to suppress, to quell
to bump, push, shove
an alcoholic liquor made by fermenting honey and water, any of various nonalcoholic beverages
the plural of cow
to weep, to cry, to run at the nose
- To refer casually or indirectly
- Portending evil or harm;foreboding;theatening
- To engage in a petty quarrel, to mix and disarrange
- An elderly woman
- A feeling or condition of hostilly;hatred;ill will
- A wharf reinforced bank were ships are loaded and unloaded.
- A large group of peole gathered or crowded closely together
- Not clear or plain; vague or uncertain
- Roundabout;not direct
- Barren or laid waste
- Burdened; loaded down
- Bare, deolate, and often windswept
- bleak; (describing land) without protection, shelter, or signs of plant life
- To decrease in strength
- Engaged in raiding for plunder
- A horizontel architectural member supporting the weight above an opening
- To beg piteously
- To sing or play with a vibratory affect
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