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  1. inlet
    • [ˈinlet]
    • n.(海)水湾
    • A recess,such as a bay or cove,along a coast.
  2. wind
    • [wind]
    • v.蜿蜒
    • To proceed on (one's way) with a curving or twisting course
  3. swamp
    • [swɔmp]
    • n.树丛湿地,湿低地
    • A seasonally flooded bottomland with more woody plants than a marsh and better drainage than a bog.
  4. morass
    • [məˈræs]
    • n.沼泽
  5. grove
    • [grəuv]
    • n.小树林
  6. abruptly
    • [aˈbrʌptli]
    • 突然地,唐突地
  7. ridge
    • [ridʒ]
    • n.脊,垄
  8. immense
    • [iˈmens]
    • 极大的;巨大的
  9. gigantic
    • [dʒaiˈgæntik]
    • 巨人般的,巨大的
  10. meagre
    • [ˈmiːgər]
    • 瘦弱的
    • lacking fullness,suggesting leanness
  11. miserly
    • [ˈmaizərli]
    • 吝啬的,贪婪的
    • Of,relating to,or characteristic of a miser; avaricious,grasping,and penurious. stingy
  12. conspire
    • [kənˈspaiər]
    • v.合计,共谋
    • To plan together secretly
    • 凑在一起
    • To join or act together; combine
  13. cackle
    • [kækl]
    • v.咯咯叫
    • 咯咯笑
  14. pry
    • [prai]
    • v.窥探,打探
  15. hoard
    • [hɔːd]
    • n.私房钱(物),秘密积攒
    • A hidden fund or supply stored for future use; a cache.
  16. forlorn
    • [fɔrˈlɔrn]
    • 被遗弃的,孤独凄凉的
  17. straggling
    • [ˈstrægliŋ]
    • 散乱的,落伍的,落后的
  18. sterility
    • [steˈriliti]
    • n.不毛,贫乏
  19. rib
    • [rib]
    • n.肋骨
  20. articulate
    • [aːˈtikjulit]
    • 有关节的,发音清晰的
    • vt.
    • 用关节连接,清晰明白地说
  21. gridiron
    • [ˈgridˌaiərn]
    • n.烤架,格状物
  22. moss
    • [mɔs]
    • n.苔藓
  23. ragged
    • [ˈrægid]
    • 褴褛的,破损的
  24. tantalize
    • [ˈtæntəlaiz]
    • v.挑逗
    • To excite (another) by exposing something desirable while keeping it out of reach.
  25. balk
    • [bɔːlk]
    • v.阻碍,阻挠
  26. piteously
    • [ˈpitiəs]
    • 可怜地
  27. famine
    • [ˈfæmin]
    • n.饥荒
    • A drastic,wide-reaching food shortage.
  28. inmate
    • [ˈinmeit]
    • n.同室者
  29. termagant
    • [ˈtərməgənt]
    • n.泼妇
    • n.A quarrelsome,scolding woman; a shrew.喜欢争吵、泼辣的女人;泼妇
    • adj.Shrewish; scolding.暴躁的;凶悍的;责骂的
  30. wayfarer
    • [weiˈfɛə]
    • n.徒步者
    • One who travels,especially on foot
  31. horrid
    • [ˈhɔrid]
    • 恐怖的,可怕的
  32. clamor
    • [ˈklæmə]
    • n.叫嚷
    • A loud outcry; a hubbub
  33. clapper-clawing
    • [ˈklæpəklɔː]
    • n.痛骂,抓殴
  34. den
    • [den]
    • n.(舒适的)私室,洞穴
  35. discord
    • [ˈdiskɔːd]
    • v.意见不合,不和谐
  36. askance
    • [əˈskæns]
    • 斜着眼睛看地
    • With a sideways glance; obliquely.
  37. bachelor
    • [ˈbætʃələ]
    • n.单身汉
    • An unmarried man
  38. celibacy
    • [ˈselibəsi]
    • n.独身
    • The condition of being unmarried.
  39. hemlock
    • [ˈhemlɔk]
    • n.铁杉(属树木)
  40. quagmire
    • [ˈkwægmaiə]
    • n.泥泽
  41. stagnant
    • [ˈstægnənt]
    • 不流动的
    • Not moving or flowing; motionless
  42. abode
    • [əˈbəud]
    • n.住所,住处
  43. mire
    • [ˈmaiə]
    • n.泥潭
    • a bog
  44. treacherous
    • [ˈtrɛtʃərəs]
    • 变化莫测的
    • adj.Marked by unforeseen hazards; dangerous or deceptive充满危险的
    • adj.Marked by betrayal of fidelity,confidence,or trust; perfidious. faithless 背叛的
  45. tuft
    • [tʌft]
    • n.簇,丛
    • A short cluster of elongated strands,as of yarn,hair,or grass,attached at the base or growing close together.
    • 一簇,一丛
    • A dense clump,especially of trees or bushes.
    • 丛生植物、丛树
    • A goatee.
    • 山羊胡子
  46. precarious
    • [priˈkɛəriəs]
    • 不稳当的,不安全的
    • Dangerously lacking in security or stabilityː
  47. slough
    • [slau]
    • n.泥坑
  48. prostrate
    • [ˈprɔstreit]
    • 平卧的
    • adj.
    • Lying face down,as in submission or adoration.俯卧的
    • Lying down at full length.See Synonyms at prone 平卧的
    • Physically or emotionally incapacitated; overcome.崩溃的
    • vt.
    • To make (oneself) bow or kneel down in humility or adoration.
    • 拜倒
    • To throw down flat. 摆平,使倒下;使平卧
    • To lay low; overcome. 使屈服
  49. startle
    • [ˈstaːtl]
    • v.使惊吓
    • vt. To alarm,frighten,or surprise suddenly.frighten
  50. bittern
    • [ˈbitən]
    • n.麻鸠,小鹭
  51. quack
    • [kwæk]
    • v.嗄嗄地叫
    • quacked,quack.ing,quacks
    • To utter the characteristic sound of a duck.
    • 发出鸭子般的特殊叫声
  52. solitary
    • [ˈsɔlitəri]
    • 孤独的,隐居的
    • Having no companions; lonesome or lonely.寂寞的
    • Remote from civilization; secluded隐居的
    • Existing,living,or going without others; alone孤独的
  53. peninsula
    • [pəˈninsələ; -pi]
    • n.半岛
    • A piece of land that projects into a body of water and is connected with the mainland by an isthmus.
  54. bosom
    • [ˈbuzəm]
    • n.胸部
    • The chest of a human beingː胸部
    • A woman's breast or breasts乳房
    • The chest considered as the source of emotion.胸怀
  55. impregnable
    • [imˈprɛgnəbəl]
    • 无懈可击的
    • Impossible to capture or enter by forceː
    • an impregnable fortress.固若金汤的堡垒
    • Difficult or impossible to attack,challenge,or refute with successː无懈可击的
    • an impregnable argument.无懈可击的辩论
  56. squaw
    • [skwɔː]
    • n.印第安老婆
    • A Native American woman,especially a wife.
    • 美洲印第安妇女,尤指妻子
    • A woman or wife.
    • 妇女或妻子
  57. embankment
    • [imˈbæŋkmənt]
    • n.堤
    • A mound of earth or stone built to hold back water or to support a roadway.
  58. dusk
    • [dʌst]
    • n.薄暮,黄昏
    • The darker stage of twilight,especially in the evening.
  59. linger
    • [ˈliŋgə]
    • v.逗留,闲荡
    • tarry,saunter
  60. incantation
    • [inkænˈteiʃən]
    • n.咒语,符咒
  61. sacrifice
    • [ˈsækrifais]
    • n.祭品,供奉
  62. repose
    • [riˈpəus]
    • v.休息,静卧
  63. boding
    • [ˈbəudiŋ]
    • 凶兆的
  64. toad
    • [təud]
    • n.蟾蜍,癞蛤蟆
  65. delve
    • [delv]
    • v.挖掘,钻研
  66. staff
    • [staːf]
    • n.手杖
    • A stick or cane carried as an aid in walking or climbing.
  67. turn up
    • [təːn ʌp]
    • 找到,发现
  68. rake
    • [reik]
    • v. 耙
    • n. 耙子
  69. lo
    • [ləu]
    • int. 瞧!,看!
    • Used to attract attention or to show surprise.
  70. cloven
    • [kləuvn]
    • 裂开的
  71. tomahawk
    • [ˈtɔməˌhɔk]
    • n.印第安战斧,钺
  72. rust
    • [rʌst]
    • n.锈
  73. death-blow
    • [ˈdeθbləu]
    • n.致命的打击
  74. dreary
    • [driəri]
    • 沉闷的,阴郁的
  75. memento
    • [məˈmɛntəu]
    • n.纪念品
  76. foothold
    • [ˈfuthəuld]
    • n.立足点,据点
  77. Humph
    • [hʌmf]
  78. dirt
    • [dəːt]
    • n.污垢,泥土
  79. gruff
    • [grʌf]
    • 粗暴的,生硬的
  80. behold
    • [biˈhəuld]
    • v.看,见到
    • see,comprehend
  81. stump
    • [stʌmp]
    • n.树桩,残余
    • 烟头
  82. approach
    • [əˈprəutʃ]
    • n.靠近,降临
  83. perplexed
    • [pəˈplekst]
    • 困惑的
  84. gloom
    • [gluːm]
    • n.黑暗,昏暗
    • Partial or total darkness; dimness
  85. rude
    • [ruːd]
    • 粗陋的
    • ,粗鲁无礼的
  86. garb
    • [gaːb]
    • n.装扮,穿着
  87. swathe
    • [sweið, -ɔ:ð]
    • v.绑,裹,包围
  88. swarthy
    • [ˈswɔrði]
    • 黝黑肤色的
  89. dingy
    • [ˈdindʒi]
    • 灰黑的
    • Darkened with smoke and grime; dirty or discolored
  90. begrimed
    • [biˈgraimd]
    • 泥土脏的
    • begrime
  91. soot
    • [sut]
    • n.煤灰
  92. forge
    • [fɔːdʒ]
    • n.锻铁炉,铁匠铺
    • ; 打(铁),锻制
  93. shock
    • [ʃɔk]
    • 蓬乱的,浓密的
    • ;打击
  94. scowl
    • [skaul]
    • v.皱眉头,怒目而视
    • ,frown
  95. hoarse
    • [hɔːs]
    • 嘶哑的
  96. growl
    • [graul]
    • v.咆哮,抱怨
    • To speak in an angry or surly manner.
  97. sneer
    • [sniə]
    • v.嘲笑,讥讽
  98. flatter
    • [ˈflætə]
    • v.夸赞,奉承
    • ,取悦
  99. yonder
    • [ˈjɔndə]
    • 更远的,那边的
  100. faring
    • [fɛəriŋ]
    • n.进展,过活
    • 进食
  101. hewn
    • [ˈhjuːn]
    • P. of hew,砍
  102. bark
    • [baːk]
    • n.树皮,吠声
  103. score
    • [skɔː]
    • v.刻划; 记分
    • To mark the surface of (meat,for example) with usually parallel cuts.
  104. eminent
    • [ˈeminənt]
    • 显赫的
    • ,杰出的;巍峨的
  105. wax
    • [wæks]
    • vi 增大,月亮渐满
    • ;n.蜡,蜡状物
  106. shrewd
    • [ʃrud]
    • 精明的,刺骨的
  107. bargain
    • [ˈbaːgin]
    • n. 契约,合同
    • v. 议价
  108. vulgar
    • [ˈvʌlgər]
    • 庸俗的
  109. buccaneering
    • [ˌbʌkəˈniəriŋ]
    • n.掠夺,海盗行为
  110. stock
    • [stɔk]
    • n.树干
    • 库存
    • 股票
    • 家畜
    • 托盘,祖先,血统,原料
  111. bold
    • [bəuld]
    • 大胆的
    • ,醒目的
  112. consecrate
    • [ˈkɔnsikreit]
    • v. 献祭
  113. exterminate
    • [iksˈtəːmineit]
    • v.灭绝,根除
  114. amuse
    • [əˈmjuːz]
    • v.使愉快
  115. preside
    • [priˈzaid]
    • v.主管,掌管
    • To hold the position of authority
    • 领奏To be the featured instrumental performer
  116. Quakers
    • [ˈkweikə]
    • n. 教友派信徒
    • 贵格会会员 From quake,from an early leader's admonishment to “tremble at the word of the Lord.”
  117. Anabaptists
    • [ænəˈbæptist]
    • n. 再洗礼派教徒
    • Anabaptist -> baptism 洗礼
  118. patron
    • [ˈpeitrən]
    • n.守护神,赞助人
  119. prompter
    • [ˈprɔmptə]
    • n.敦促者
  120. Salem
    • [ˈseiləm]
    • n.塞勒姆
    • A city of northeast Massachusetts northeast of Boston. Founded in 1626,it is noted as the site of witchcraft trials (1692) and of Nathaniel Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables.
  121. upshot
    • [ˈʌpʃɔt]
    • n.结果;结局
    • the last shot in an archery contest
  122. sturdily
    • [stəːdili]
    • 坚强地,坚毅地
  123. scratch
    • [skrætʃ]
    • v.刻划;挖,刮
  124. civil
    • [ˈsivl]
    • 文明的,开化的
    • 有礼貌的;公民的,平民的,民用的
  125. air
    • [ɛə]
    • n.气氛,旋律
    • Personal bearing,appearance,or manner; mien.
    • 个人的举止,外表或行为方式
  126. credit
    • [ˈkredit]
    • v.加分,给予荣誉
    • 信用; 贷记
  127. singular
    • [ˈsiŋgjulə]
    • 奇怪的,异常的
    • n. 单数
  128. personage
    • [ˈpəːsənidʒ]
    • n.人物,角色
    • 要人,名流,个人
  129. daunt
    • [dɔːnt]
    • v. 沮丧
  130. termagant
    • [ˈtəːməgənt]
    • 暴躁的,凶悍的
  131. propitiate
    • [prəˈpiʃieit]
    • v. 平息,安抚
    • 使息怒
  132. favor
    • [ˈfeivə]
    • n.利益,好处
    • 欢心,好意
    • 好感,宠爱,关切,,以身相许,礼物
  133. surmise
    • [ˈsəːmaiz]
    • v. 推测
  134. stick at trifle
    • [ˈtraifl]
    • 纠缠细节
  135. thicket
    • ['θikit]
    • n.密植矮树
    • A dense growth of shrubs or underbrush; a copse.
  136. obliterate
    • [əˈblitəreit]
    • v. 擦掉,消除,废除
  137. freebooter
    • [ˈfriːˌbuːtər]
    • n.劫掠者,海盗
  138. prone
    • [prəun]
    • 有…趋向的
    • Having a tendency; inclinedː
    • Lying with the front or face downward.俯卧的
  139. confidence
    • [ˈkɔnfidəns]
    • n.私事
    • That which is confided; a secretː
  140. avarice
    • [ˈævəris]
    • n. 贪财,贪婪
  141. comply
    • [kəmˈplai]
    • v.遵从
  142. dispose
    • [disˈpəuz]
    • v.使倾向;使想要
    • incline
  143. oblige
    • [əˈblaidʒ]
    • v.取悦,帮助
    • To do a service or favor forː 施恩惠于,帮助; 强制,强迫
  144. flatly
    • [ˈflætli]
    • 干脆地,水平地
  145. contradiction
    • [ˌkɔntrəˈdikʃən]
    • n. 反驳,否认
  146. resolute
    • [ˈrezəljuːt]
    • 坚决的
  147. damn
    • [dæm]
    • v. 谴责,诅咒
  148. on her own account
    • [ɔn həː əun əˈkaunt]
    • n. 靠自己by herself
  149. set off
    • [set ɔf]
    • 出发,动身
    • 使爆炸,引起,使爆发,抵销,分开,衬托
  150. sullen
    • [ˈsʌlən]
    • 迟钝的
    • 沉闷的
  151. sulky
    • [sʌlki]
    • 生气的,阴沉的
  152. propitiatory
    • [prəˈpiʃiəˌtɔri]
    • 安抚的,和解的
  153. laden
    • [ˈleidn]
    • 装满的,负载的,受压迫的
  154. article
    • [ˈaːtikl]
    • n.物件
    • An individual thing,a particular object or item
  155. slough
    • [slau]
    • n. 泥沼
    • ,蜕的皮,腐肉
  156. uncharitable
    • [ˈʌnˈtʃæritəbl]
    • 无情的,不宽恕的
    • 严厉的
  157. elope
    • [iləup]
    • vi.私奔,潜逃,出走
  158. booty
    • [buːti]
    • n. 战利品,掠夺物
  159. made off
    • [meid ɔːf]
    • 离开,逃走
    • (尤指做了错事后)匆忙离开
  160. tempter
    • [ˈtemptə]
    • n.诱惑者,撒旦
  161. decoy
    • [diˈkɔi]
    • v.诱骗
  162. dismal
    • [ˈdizməl]
    • 阴霾的,暗的
  163. quagmire
    • [ˈkwægmaiə]
    • n.泥沼,泥塘
  164. check apron
    • [tʃek ˈeiprən]
    • 花格围裙
  165. surly
    • [ˈsəːli]
    • 傲慢的;粗暴的
  166. probable
    • [ˈprɔbəbl]
    • 很可能的
  167. set out
    • [set aut]
    • v. 出发,开始
    • ,装饰陈列展示,测定,陈述宣布,移植
  168. croak
    • [krəuk]
    • v.蛙或鸦叫,嗄嗄叫
    • ,发牢骚
  169. hoot
    • [huːt]
    • vi. (猫头鹰)叫
    • ,鸣响
  170. flit
    • [flit]
    • vi.掠过,迅速飞过,飞来飞去
  171. clamor
    • [ˈklæmə]
    • n.叫嚷,大声疾呼
  172. carrion
    • [ˈkæriən]
    • n. 死肉,腐肉
  173. crow
    • [krəu]
    • n.乌鸦
    • ,铁撬;啼,欢呼
  174. cypress
    • [ˈsaipris]
    • n.柏树
  175. vulture
    • [ˈvʌltʃər]
    • n. 秃鹰
    • ,贪婪的人
  176. perch
    • [pəːtʃ]
    • v.栖息
    • ,就位,位于;栖木
  177. valuables
    • [ˈvæljuəbls]
    • n. 贵重物品
  178. consolingly
    • [kənˈsəuliŋli]
    • adv. 安慰地
  179. scramble
    • [ˈskræmbl]
    • vt.攀登
    • ,争夺,使混杂
  180. woful
    • [wəuful]
    • 悲伤的,不幸的
  181. authentic
    • [ɔːˈθəntik]
    • 可信的
  182. scold
    • [skəuld]
    • v. 责骂,斥责
    • 喜责骂的人
  183. pluck
    • [plʌk]
    • v.采,摘,拔
  184. shock
    • [ʃɔk]
    • n.乱蓬的头发
    • 禾束堆
  185. prowess
    • [prauis]
    • n. 威力,英勇
  186. egad
    • [iˈgæd]
    • int. 天哪,哎呀
  187. console
    • [kənˈsəul]
    • v.安慰,藉慰
  188. fortitude
    • [fɔːtitjuːd]
    • n.坚韧,刚毅
  189. gratitude
    • [ˈgrætitjuːd]
    • n.感激
  190. whet
    • [wet]
    • v.磨快,刺激
  191. saunter
    • [ˈsɔntər]
    • v.闲逛,漫步
  192. hum
    • [hʌm]
    • v.嗡嗡叫,哼
  193. affect
    • [əˈfekt]
    • v.假装
    • ; 影响,感动,侵袭
  194. advances
    • [ədˈvaːns]
    • n.接近,友好的表示
    • ;求爱
  195. indifference
    • [inˈdifrəns]
    • v.冷漠
  196. haggle
    • [ˈhægl]
    • v.讨价还价
    • To bargain
  197. inflexibly
    • [inˈfleksbli]
    • 不屈地
  198. obstinate
    • [ɔbstinit]
    • 倔强的,顽固的
    • ;难医治的;难于控制的
  199. employ
    • [imˈplɔi]
    • v.用,使用
  200. fit out
    • [fit aut]
    • v. 装备,配备
  201. conscience
    • [ˈkɔnʃəns]
    • n. 良心,道德心
  202. squeamish
    • [skwiːmiʃ]
    • 吹毛求疵的
    • 拘泥细节的
  203. usurer
    • [ˈjuːʒrə]
    • n.高利贷者
  204. peculiar
    • [piˈkjuliə]
    • 奇特的,特殊的
    • n. 特有财产,特权
  205. extort
    • [iksˈtɔːt]
    • v.敲诈,勒索
  206. bond
    • [bɔnd]
    • n.债券
    • ; 联结,捆绑,黏合;盟约;砌瓦,砌石
    • bonds
    • n. 镣铐,监禁
  207. foreclose
    • [fɔːˈkləuz]
    • v.取消赎回权
  208. rhino
    • [rainəu]
    • n.金钱,现金
    • Money; cash.; A rhinoceros.犀牛
  209. deluge
    • [ˈdeljuːdʒ]
    • v.使泛滥
    • ,淹,浸
  210. speculate
    • [ˈspekjuˌleit]
    • v.投机
  211. Eldorado
    • [eldəˈraːdəu]
    • n.黄金国,富庶之乡
  212. subside
    • [səbˈsaid]
    • v. 平静平息下来
    • ; 沉降,坐下,沉到底
  213. doleful
    • [ˈdəuful]
    • 忧愁的
  214. plight
    • [plait]
    • n.困境
  215. propitious
    • [prəpiʃəs]
    • 吉利的
  216. distress
    • [disˈtres]
    • n. 悲痛,穷困
    • ,不幸,危难
  217. throng
    • [θrɔŋ]
    • v. 群集
  218. speculator
    • [ˈspekjuleitə]
    • n.投机者
  219. thriftless
    • [ˈθriftlis]
    • 不节俭的
  220. cracked
    • [krækt]
    • 破裂的
  221. exact
    • [igˈzækt]
    • v.强求,强索
  222. hand over hand
    • [hænd ˈəuvə hænd]
    • adv. 节节向上地
  223. exalt
    • [igˈzɔlt]
    • v.晋升,提升
  224. cocked hat
    • [kɔkt]
    • n. 三角帽
  225. ostentation
    • [ˌɔstenˈteiʃən]
    • n.炫耀,摆阔
  226. parsimony
    • [ˈpaːsiməni]
    • n. 吝啬
    • 过度节俭
  227. fulness
    • [ˈfulnis]
    • n.满足,充满
  228. vainglory
    • [veinˈglɔri]
    • n.虚荣,自负ː
  229. ungrease
    • [ʌnˈgriːz]
    • vt. 未涂脂于,<俗>未贿赂
  230. screech
    • [skriːtʃ]
    • v. 尖叫,急煞车声
  231. debtor
    • [ˈdetə]
    • n. 欠债人
  232. squeeze
    • [skwiːz]
    • v.压榨
  233. wit
    • [wit]
    • n. 机智
  234. strenuously
    • [strenjuəsli]
    • 奋发地,费力地
  235. clamor
    • [ˈklæmə]
    • n.喊声,喧嚷
  236. devotion
    • [diˈvəuʃən]
    • n. 虔诚,祈祷,热爱
  237. modestly
    • [mɔdistli]
    • 适度地
  238. steadfastly
    • [ˈstɛdˌfɑst]
    • 踏实地,不变地
  239. Zionward
    • [zaiənwəd]
    • adv.向天堂
  240. self-reproach
    • [ˈself riˈprəutʃ]
    • n. 自责,良心责备
  241. outstrip
    • [autˈstrip]
    • v. 超过
  242. convert
    • [kənˈvəːt]
    • n. 皈依者
    • ;vt. 使转变,转换...,使...改变信仰
  243. rigid
    • [ridʒid]
    • 呆板的,僵硬的,苛严的
  244. expediency
    • [ikˈspiːdiənsi]
    • n.私利,权宜
  245. revive
    • [riˈvaiv]
    • v. (使)再生效
    • ,苏醒,(使)复活 ,(使)复兴
  246. zeal
    • [ziːl]
    • n. 热诚
  247. notorious
    • [nəuˈtɔriəs]
    • 声名狼藉的,臭名昭著的
  248. strenuous
    • [ˈstrenjuəs]
    • 热烈的,艰巨的
  249. lurking
    • [ˈlɛːkiŋ]
    • 潜伏的,埋伏的
  250. due
    • [djuː]
    • n.应得的东西
  251. folio
    • [ˈfəuliəu]
    • 对折的,对开的
  252. spectacles
    • [spekteikls]
    • n. 眼镜
  253. usurious
    • [yuˈʒuəriəs]
    • 高利贷的
  254. crack-brained
    • [kræk breind]
    • 精神错乱的
  255. fancy
    • [ˈfænsi]
    • v. 想象,设想
    • ,认为,爱好,自负
  256. shod
    • [ʃɔd]
    • P. of shoe钉马掌
  257. saddle
    • [ˈsædl]
    • v.给…装鞍
    • To put a saddle onto.
  258. bridle
    • [braidl]
    • v.上笼头
    • 马勒,缰绳
    • 昂首(表傲慢.愤怒等),抑制(欲望)
  259. fable
    • [feibl]
    • n.传说,谎言
    • 寓言
  260. superfluous
    • [suˈpəːfluəs]
    • 多余的
    • ,过剩的,过量的
  261. authentic
    • [ɔːˈθentik]
    • 可信的
  262. dog-days
    • [dɔg deis]
    • n.(7,8月间的)三伏天
  263. thunder-gust
    • [ˈθʌndər gʌst]
    • n.大风的雷暴雨
  264. profess
    • [prəˈfes]
    • v.声称,表示
  265. indulgence
    • [inˈdʌldʒəns]
    • n.迁就
    • ,放纵;溺爱,沉溺
  266. testy
    • [ˈtesti]
    • 不耐烦的,暴躁的
  267. irritated
    • [ˈiriteitid]
    • 恼怒的,生气的
  268. parish
    • [ˈpæriʃ]
    • n. 教区
  269. charity
    • [ˈtfæriti]
    • n. 慈善,施舍
  270. piety
    • [ˈpaiəti]
    • n. 虔诚,孝行
  271. farthing
    • [ˈfaːðiŋ]
    • n.<英>1/4旧便士
  272. neigh
    • [nei]
    • vi. 马嘶
  273. stamp
    • [stæmp]
    • v. 跺(脚),顿(足)
    • ,压印
  274. whisk
    • [wisk]
    • v.拂过
  275. saddle
    • [ˈsædl]
    • n.鞍
  276. lash
    • [læʃ]
    • n.鞭
  277. gallop
    • [gæləp]
    • v.飞驰
  278. dash
    • [dæʃ]
    • v. 冲撞,猛掷
  279. steed
    • [stiːd]
    • n.<诗>骏马
    • ,战马
  280. bound
    • [baund]
    • n. 跃进,跳
    • ; 范围,限度
  281. clattering
    • [klætə]
    • n.卡搭卡搭的响
  282. hoof
    • [huːf]
    • n.蹄 v.踢
  283. thunder-bolt
    • [ˈθʌndə bəult]
    • n. 霹雳,雷电
  284. blaze
    • [bleiz]
    • n.火焰,火灾
  285. goblin
    • [gɔblin]
    • n.小妖精
    • A grotesque,elfin creature of folklore,thought to work mischief or evil.
  286. trustee
    • [trʌsˈtiː]
    • n.托管人,保管人
    • One,such as a bank,that holds legal title to property in order to administer it for a beneficiary.
    • 理事
  287. coffer
    • [ˈkɔfə]
    • n.保险箱;金库
  288. cinder
    • [ˈsində]
    • n.灰烬,煤渣
  289. stable
    • [ˈsteibl]
    • n.厩
    • A building for the shelter and feeding of domestic animals,especially horses and cattle.
    • Resistant to change of position or condition; steadfast.
    • 稳定的
  290. gripping
    • [gripiŋ]
    • 引起人注意的;吸引人的
  291. proverb
    • [ˈprɔvəb]
    • n. 谚语

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