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  1. a beaten track
    n. 踏出的路, 常规, 惯例
  2. a standing army
    常备军
  3. abbot
    男修道院院长.
  4. abdicate
    To relinquish formally.
  5. abhor
    vt.痛恨
  6. abject
    下贱的,卑贱的
  7. abode
    A dwelling place; a home.
  8. abominable
    令人憎恶的
  9. abruptly
    突然地, 唐突地
  10. Absolve
    To relieve of a requirement or an obligation.赦免,解除
  11. abundance
    A great amount大量
  12. abundant
    丰富的, 充裕的
  13. abuse
    虐待,伤害;乱用,滥用
  14. accidental
    意外的, 非主要的, 附属的;非本质特性,次要方面
  15. accommodation
    便利设施, 膳宿
  16. accursed
    Being under a curse; doomed.受诅咒的
  17. accustom
    Having been adapted 习惯的,适应的
  18. acolyte
    n. 助手,随从
  19. acquaint
    To make familiar使熟悉,了解
  20. acquiesce
    vi. comply passively or without protest默许
  21. act up to
    v. 按...办事, 实践
  22. act upon
    遵照...行事
  23. adamant
    adj. 坚硬的
  24. address
    n. 致辞, 演讲;地址 vi .To direct to the attention of 提交
  25. adjoining
    adj.邻接的, 隔壁的
  26. adjourn
    vi. 延期, 休会, 换另一 个地方 vt. 使中止, 推迟
  27. admission
    准许进入, 供认/坦白
  28. adoption
    收养,采用
  29. advance
    v. 前进 n. 接近,友好的表示;求爱
  30. adversary
    对手,敌人
  31. affect
    vt. 假装; 影响, 感动, 侵袭
  32. affirm
    To declare positively or firmly, confirm;assert肯定
  33. affix
    vt. 使附于, 粘贴 attach:
  34. affliction
    A condition of pain, suffering, or distress.痛苦, 苦恼
  35. affluence
    A plentiful supply of material goods; wealth.n.富裕, 富足
  36. agent
    特务,密探,侦探;代理人;代理商
  37. aggravate
    To make worse or more troublesome.加重,加剧,使恶化
  38. aggression
    The act of initiating hostilities or invasion. 侵犯
  39. aggrieve
    vt. 令委屈, 侵害
  40. aghast
    adj. 惊骇的, 吓呆的
  41. agitated
    adj. 不安的,激动的
  42. agony
    n. 垂死挣扎;苦恼, 极大的痛苦
  43. agreeably to
    照, 应, 依
  44. ague
    n. 发冷寒颤
  45. aide
    n. <美>助手, 副官, 侍从武官
  46. aide-de-camp
    ADC n. 副官, 侍从武官, 助手
  47. air
    气氛
  48. airy
    通风的, 轻快的, 空想的,空气的, 空中的
  49. alacrity
    Cheerful willingness; eagerness. 渴望; 敏捷,轻快
  50. alarum
    惊慌, 警报
  51. Alas
    Used to express sorrow, regret, grief 唉
  52. alburnum
    边材
  53. alcove
    n. 凹室, 壁橱, <古>凉亭, 避暑别墅
  54. Allegiance
    Loyalty忠诚,效忠
  55. allies
    联盟, 同盟
  56. allot
    To assign as a portion; allocate:分配
  57. allowance
    补贴,定量
  58. allurement
    The power to attract; enticement.诱惑,魅力
  59. allusion
    n. 提及, 影射
  60. Almanack
    variant of almanac, 年历,年鉴
  61. alms-house
    n. 济贫院;养老院
  62. aloe
    芦荟
  63. aloof
    At a distance but within view; apart.游离的
  64. ambulance
    n. 战时流动医院, 救护车
  65. amendment
    改进;改善,修正案
  66. Ammunition
    n. 军火, 弹药
  67. amount
    vi. (to) 总计, 等于
  68. ample
    Large in degree, kind, or quantity:丰厚的
  69. amputate
    vt. 截肢
  70. amuse
    使发笑, 使愉快
  71. Anabaptists
    Anabaptist n. 再洗礼派教徒 -> baptism 洗礼
  72. anarchy
    n. 无政府状态, 政治混乱
  73. anchor
    To drop anchor or lie at anchor.抛锚
  74. Andalusia
    安达卢西亚
  75. annex
    To append or attach, especially to a larger/significant thing.
  76. annihilation
    歼灭, 灭绝
  77. anomaly
    n. 不规则, 异常的人或物
  78. anon
    In a short time; soon.
  79. anticipate
    To feel or realize beforehand; foresee预感,预料,行动在前
  80. antidote
    解毒药;对抗手段,矫正方法
  81. antipodes
    相对极
  82. antlers
    鹿茸
  83. anxiously
    adv. 忧虑地, 不安地
  84. appall
    使惊恐
  85. appeal
    上诉;呼吁
  86. apprehension
    了解,理解;忧惧
  87. apprise
    vt.通知,使注意
  88. approach
    靠近,降临
  89. appropriate
    v .拨出 窃用
  90. appropriation
    1)拨出 2) 挪用
  91. apt
    Having a natural tendency; 易于...的
  92. aqua vitae
    Strong distilled alcohol, such as whiskey or brandy.
  93. arbitrary
    individual judgment or preference: 独裁的,武断的
  94. ardor
    Fiery intensity of feeling. passion 热诚,热情
  95. arduous
    Demanding great effort or labor; difficult:艰巨的
  96. are engaged in
    从事于
  97. array
    To display; place in an orderly arrangement 列阵;排列
  98. article
    An individual thing, a particular object or item 物件
  99. articulate
    由关节连接的
  100. artifice
    Cleverness or skill; ingenuity.技巧,机智,诡计
  101. artillery
    大炮,炮兵部队
  102. as much
    the same or virtually the same
  103. as though
    好象, 仿佛
  104. ascend
    v. 攀登, 上升
  105. ascribe
    source, or origin:vt. 归因于, 归咎于
  106. askance
    With a sideways glance; obliquely.斜着眼睛看的
  107. assail
    vt. 攻击, 攻讦质问
  108. assault
    n. 攻击, 袭击 v. 袭击
  109. assemblage
    n. 与会者(集合称), 集合, 集会, 装配
  110. assent
    To agree, as to a proposal; concur.赞同,同意
  111. assuager
    relieve;To pacify or calm缓和,平息
  112. assume
    呈现;承担,担任;采用,穿,以为
  113. astonishment
    Great surprise or amazement.惊讶
  114. asunder
    adv. 分离地, 成碎片地
  115. asylum
    shelter;refuge庇护所
  116. at all events
    adv. 无论如何
  117. at best
    adv. 最多
  118. at length
    After some time; eventually;For a considerable time; fully:
  119. at variance with
    和...不和; 和...不符
  120. Atlas
    【希腊神话】 擎天神;n. 地图, 地图集
  121. attachment
    依恋, 爱慕, 爱戴
  122. attain
    vt. 达到, 获得
  123. attend
    (作为结果)伴随
  124. attire
    Clothing or array; apparel.服装,盛装;服饰
  125. audaciously
    adv. 大胆地, 厚颜无耻的,大胆创新的
  126. aught
    Nothing,zero.
  127. auroral
    adj. 曙光的,玫瑰色的
  128. authentic
    adj. 可信的
  129. autobiography
    The biography of a person written by that person.
  130. avarice
    Immoderate desire for wealth; cupidity.贪财, 贪婪
  131. avert
    To turn away;; prevent避开,移开
  132. awe
    vt. 敬畏
  133. awful
    威严的,可怕的
  134. awkwardly
    adv. 笨拙地, 无技巧地
  135. baboon
    n. 狒狒
  136. bachelor
    An unmarried man
  137. backwardness
    落后,逆向
  138. badge
    徽章,证章
  139. balk
    阻碍,阻挠
  140. banded
    有带的, 有条子的
  141. bar
    n. 条, 棒(常用作栅栏,扣栓物), 横木, 酒吧间, 栅, 障碍物
  142. barbarian
    a primitive civilization.野蛮人
  143. barbarous
    Primitive; uncivilized.野蛮的,未开化的
  144. bare
    赤裸的, 无遮蔽的 naked
  145. bargain
    n. 契约, 合同 v. 议价
  146. bark
    树皮, 吠声
  147. basely
    下贱地
  148. battery
    套,组; 殴打;炮架,炮兵连;<乐> 打击乐器组<电> 电池组
  149. bayonet
    A blade adapted to fit the muzzle end of a rifle. 刺刀
  150. be directed to
    把(注意力、精力)贯注在...上
  151. be endowed with
    v. 赋予
  152. be ignorant of
    不知道
  153. be in search of
    adv. 寻找
  154. be subject to
    v. 受支配, 从属于, 常遭受...
  155. bead
    A small, often round piece of material,珠子, 水珠
  156. beam
    ;breadth船梁,梁
  157. bear
    亲自携带,运输; proceed;forge
  158. bear arms against
    拿起武器反对,保卫
  159. bear up
    驶向下风
  160. beaver
    海狸
  161. bed
    坛 a flower bed. 一个花坛
  162. bedeck
    To adorn or ornament in a showy fashion.装饰,点缀
  163. bedstead
    The frame supporting a bed.床架
  164. beech
    山毛榉
  165. befall
    To come to pass; happen. 降临
  166. begrimed
    泥土脏的
  167. behold
    see, comprehend见到,视为;视察
  168. beholden
    Owing something; indebted.感激的,欠别人情的
  169. being made
    being successful
  170. benevolent
    Of, concerned with benefit of charity慈善的
  171. bent
    bend v. 弯曲, 专心于, 屈服
  172. benumb
    To make numb, especially by cold; dull使麻木
  173. berate
    vt. 愤怒并长时间地批评或指责scold
  174. beseech
    To request earnestly; beg for 恳求
  175. bestow
    赠与,给予
  176. bethink
    vt. 使(自己)想起,考虑
  177. betimes
    In good time; early
  178. bewilder
    vt. 使迷惑, 使不知所措, 使昏乱
  179. bewildering
    令人困惑的, 使人混乱的
  180. billet
    <古>短信;便条
  181. billow
    n. 巨浪 v. 翻腾
  182. bind up
    v. 包扎
  183. birch
    n. 桦树, 白桦
  184. blasted
    adj. 被诅咒的;枯萎的
  185. blaze
    n. 火焰, 光辉, 火灾,情感爆发 vi. 燃烧, 照耀, 激发
  186. blithe
    Carefree and lighthearted.无忧无虑的,轻松的
  187. blouse
    1) 美军服的短衣 2) 宽松短衫
  188. boarding school
    寄宿学校
  189. boatswain
    petty officer in charge of a ship's rigging, anchors, crew
  190. boding
    凶兆的
  191. boil
    To cook or clean by boiling
  192. bold
    adj. brave 大胆的;醒目的,显眼地
  193. bond
    联结, 公债, 债券;保证金bail
  194. bonds
    n. 镣铐, 监禁
  195. boom
    v. 发隆隆声, 兴隆, 大事宣传n. 繁荣, 隆隆声
  196. boomerang
    回飞棒 when hurled it returns to the thrower
  197. boon
    Convivial; jolly:快活的
  198. booty
    n. 战利品, 获得之物
  199. borne
    A past participle of bear:v. 负担, 忍受
  200. bough
    A tree branch, especially a large main branch.树干
  201. bound
    Past tense and past participle of bind: 绑,缚
  202. bound
    n. 跃进, 跳, 范围, 限度;v. 划界.接壤
  203. bran
    糠, 麸.
  204. branches
    A secondary woody stem or limb 枝
  205. brass
    n. 黄铜, 黄铜制品, 厚脸皮
  206. bravery
    courage.勇敢,勇气
  207. brazen
    adj. 黄铜制的, 厚颜无耻的
  208. breaking up
    打碎, 破碎, 分裂, 结束, 衰落, 分解, 变坏, 驱
  209. breast
    n. 乳房, 胸怀 The seat of affection and emotion
  210. breastwork
    胸墙bulwark
  211. brethren
    A plural of brother同胞
  212. brigade
    n. 旅, 队
  213. brilliant
    bright, 鲜艳的,清晰嘹亮的,辉煌的, 超群的;杰出的
  214. brim
    容器或盆地边沿;帽沿
  215. brimstone
    硫黄
  216. bring on
    To cause to appear:
  217. brink
    (峭岸、崖的)边缘
  218. brittle
    adj. 易碎的, 脆弱的;cold 清冷的
  219. brow
    n. 眉毛, 额, (面部)表情
  220. bruise
    瘀伤青肿
  221. buccaneering
    n. 海盗行为, 掠夺
  222. buckle
    To fasten with a clasp扣住
  223. buffet
    v. 打击, 搏斗n. 餐具柜, 小卖部, 殴打, 打击
  224. bugler
    n. 军号手
  225. burial-ground
    坟地
  226. burrow
    n. 洞穴 v. 挖地洞
  227. cackle
    咯咯叫, 咯咯笑
  228. cadaverously
    adj. 象尸体的, 苍白的
  229. calabash
    n. 葫芦
  230. calamity
    不幸事件
  231. called forth
    To evoke; elicit: 唤起,振奋
  232. calling
    职业,行业,事业
  233. candid
    公正的,坦率的,偷拍的
  234. canoe
    n. 独木舟, 轻舟
  235. canonize
    封...死者为圣徒
  236. canopy
    n.天幕, 篷,遮篷
  237. cape
    海角, 岬 Good Hope, Cape of. ; Cape Coral
  238. capitulate
    vi. 有条件投降, 认输, 屈服
  239. carcass
    n. (屠宰后)畜体
  240. care
    密切注意,关心, 照顾
  241. care for
    v. 关怀, 照顾
  242. career
    v.intr. To move or run at full speed 猛冲
  243. cargo
    The freight carried by a ship, an aircraft.货物
  244. carriage
    车厢 (there was far another kind of carriage)
  245. carrion
    n. 死肉, 腐肉
  246. carry off
    To cause the death of夺去...的生命,, 获得, 成功对付
  247. casement
    窗扉A window sash that opens outward by hinges
  248. casing
    门窗外框,金属套筒,肠衣
  249. cask
    桶 a barrel.
  250. catalogue
    catalog, 目录
  251. cataract
    n. 大瀑布, 奔流;白内障
  252. catastrophe
    大灾难,惨败
  253. caulk
    make (a boat) watertight by packing seams填...以防漏
  254. causeway
    n. 堤道A raised roadway, as across water or marshland.
  255. celestial
    Of or relating to the sky or the heavens adj. 天上的
  256. celibacy
    The condition of being unmarried.
  257. certain
    Having or showing confidence; assured有信心的
  258. chafe
    rub擦热
  259. chaff
    谷壳,戏弄
  260. chamber
    1) 卧室. 2) A hall for the meetings of a legislative.
  261. chanticleer
    A rooster
  262. charger
    n. 充电器, 军马a cavalry horse, 大浅盘
  263. charity
    n. 慈善, 施舍;博爱,仁慈,宽厚
  264. chastity
    n. 贞洁
  265. check
    vt. 中断,抑制
  266. check apron
    挡帘
  267. chide
    v.tr.训斥,责怪
  268. chief
    leader,officer首领 ;酋长
  269. chill
    n.寒气
  270. chime
    vi. 鸣, 打, 和谐
  271. chimney
    n. 烟囱, 灯罩
  272. chink
    n. 裂缝; 叮当声
  273. chopping
    波浪汹涌的;硕大强健的
  274. Christianize
    使基督教化
  275. cinder
    n.灰烬,煤渣
  276. circle
    cycle 周期,循环期;A group of people sharing an interest, activity, or achievement. 圈子,…界
  277. circulate
    To move in or flow through a circle or circuit 循环
  278. circumspection
    prudence小心,谨慎
  279. civil
    国民的,民事的, 文职的;文明的,开化的,礼貌的
  280. civil list
    皇室费,政府人员薪酬
  281. claim
    主张,要求;索取,夺走
  282. clamor
    A loud outcry; a hubbub 叫嚷,大声疾呼
  283. clangorous
    adj. 叮当响的, 响亮的
  284. clangour
    (尤指连续的)铿锵声,丁当声
  285. clank
    To make a sharp, hard, metallic sound叮当声
  286. clap
    鼓掌,拍手
  287. clapper-clawing
    铃舌-抓 痛骂,抓殴
  288. clatter
    卡搭卡搭的响
  289. claw
    爪钳,螯A sharp, curved nail of a mammal, reptile, or bird.
  290. cleanliness
    清洁
  291. cleaver
    切肉刀A heavy, broad-bladed knife or hatchetby butchers.
  292. clench
    咬紧,握紧,紧握
  293. cling
    vi. 粘紧, 附着, 紧贴, 坚持(意见), 墨守(习惯)
  294. clothe
    To provide clothes for提供衣着
  295. clout
    A blow, especially with the fist.
  296. cloven
    裂开的
  297. club
    A stout, heavy stick as a weapon; a cudgel.棍棒
  298. clutter
    乱哄哄地喧闹,乱哄哄地跑
  299. cocked hat
    n. 三角帽
  300. coffer
    保险箱, A treasury金库;财源,资金
  301. collective
    集体的 n. 集体
  302. combustible
    adj. 易燃的
  303. combustion
    Violent anger or agitation骚动,燃烧
  304. command
    To exercise dominating, authoritative i over 控制,支配
  305. commence
    To begin; start.
  306. commendation
    praise称赞
  307. commingle
    v. 混合
  308. commit
    把...交托给;犯:实行或犯(罪)
  309. commodity
    大宗商品
  310. common
    共有地
  311. common kettle
    communal cooking pot 大锅饭
  312. commonwealth
    commonweal国民整体,国家
  313. commotion
    n. 骚动, 暴乱
  314. compact
    塞满
  315. company
    One's companions or associates;伴随
  316. compassion
    同情,怜悯
  317. compel
    vt. 强迫, 迫使 compelled
  318. compleat
    Variant of complete
  319. complexion
    容颜, 外观
  320. comply
    遵从
  321. comport
    To agree, correspond, or harmonize适合,一致
  322. compunction
    自责,内疚
  323. conceit
    A fanciful thought or idea虚幻的想法,别出心裁
  324. conceive
    vt. 构思,理解;认为, 持有; 怀孕 vi. 构思, 构想
  325. concentric
    adj. 同中心的
  326. concert
    一致,音乐会
  327. conduct
    To direct the course of.引导 To lead or guide.
  328. Confederate
    A supporter of the American Confederacy
  329. confer
    To bestow (an honor, for example)授予,赋予
  330. confess
    v. 承认, 坦白, 忏悔
  331. confession
    忏悔
  332. confine
    To keep within bounds; restrict.限制
  333. conformity
    n. 一致,遵守
  334. confounded
    adj. Confused; befuddled 不知所措的;傻眼了
  335. congregation
    n. 集合, 集会, [宗]圣会
  336. conjuration
    A magic spell or incantation咒语, 魔法
  337. conjure
    v. 祈求(尤指要发誓的). 2) 施魔法妖术.
  338. connate
    Being in close accord or sympathy; congenial:意气相投的
  339. consanguinity
    Relationship by blood or by a common ancestor. 血缘
  340. conscience
    n. 良心, 道德心
  341. consecrate
    v.tr 献祭,使神圣
  342. consent
    n. v. assent,agree同意, 赞成, 允诺,答应
  343. consequence
    Something that logically or naturally follows.结果
  344. consolation
    One that consoles; a comfort安慰
  345. console
    vt. 安慰, 藉慰
  346. consolingly
    adv. 可安慰地
  347. conspicuous
    adj.显著的
  348. conspire
    To plan together secretly共谋,To join; combine凑在一起
  349. constituents
    立宪(会议)
  350. constitute
    To amount to; equal等同于
  351. constitution
    体格physique
  352. constrains
    To compel; oblige束缚,限制
  353. consultation
    conference:advice/views are exchanged磋商会议
  354. contemplate
    v.凝视, 沉思, 预期, 企图
  355. contemplation
    专注,凝视;沉思,意图
  356. contempt
    n. 轻视,轻蔑, <律>藐视法庭(或国会)
  357. contend
    v. 斗争, 竞争, 主张
  358. contending
    To strive in opposition or against difficulties; struggle斗争
  359. contest
    奋争
  360. contingent
    possible.潜在的;conditional, dependent 取决于
  361. contradiction
    n. 反驳, 矛盾
  362. contrary
    Opposite in direction or position
  363. contrivance
    机灵, 独创性
  364. contrive
    To plan with cleverness or ingenuity; devise创造发明
  365. convention
    惯例,习俗
  366. converse
    exchange of thoughts交谈
  367. convert
    n. 皈依者;vt. 使转变, 转换...,使...改变信仰
  368. conviction
    A fixed or strong belief.opinion n.深信, 确信, 定罪
  369. convulse
    vt.使抽搐,使狂躁不安
  370. convulsions
    Violent turmoil动荡,动乱
  371. copious
    Yielding plenty; affording ample supply:丰富的
  372. cord
    绳,索.
  373. cordial
    A stimulant; a tonic兴奋剂;强壮剂
  374. cords
    灯芯绒布,趟绒
  375. corncob
    玉米棒子芯
  376. corporal
    n. <美>下士 adj. 肉体的, 身体的 below sergeant
  377. corpse
    尸体
  378. cot
    帆布床
  379. council
    政务会, 理事会, 委员会
  380. counsels
    协商consultation
  381. countenance
    面容, 脸色, 支持/赞同的表情
  382. counter charge
    反控诉, 反攻
  383. country
    国家, 国土;乡村, 故乡
  384. course
    道路,路线
  385. court
    vi. 求爱
  386. courtiers
    An attendant at a sovereign's court.侍臣
  387. cousin
    亲属,同胞
  388. cowardice
    Ignoble fear in the face of danger or pain.胆怯,怯懦
  389. cozen
    To mislead , deceive欺骗
  390. crack
    To break or snap apart; fissure断裂,裂缝
  391. crack-brained
    adj. 精神错乱的
  392. crackle
    vi. (使)发劈劈啪啪声
  393. cram
    v. 塞满,填满;大口地吃食物
  394. credit
    v.tr.相信;信任;信用; 贷记
  395. creek
    A small stream,brook小溪
  396. creeping
    悚然, as if things were crawling on one's skin
  397. crest
    n. 鸟冠,顶峰, 浪头
  398. crevice
    n. (墙壁, 岩石等的)裂缝
  399. crimson
    深红色.
  400. croak
    蛙或鸦叫,嗄嗄叫, 发牢骚
  401. Croesus
    n. 大富豪, 大财主
  402. cross
    Contrary or counter; opposing相反的
  403. crow
    乌鸦, 铁撬;啼,欢呼
  404. crusty
    adj. 有硬壳的, 粗鲁无礼的gruff
  405. cub
    幼兽,愣头青
  406. cultivate
    vt. 培养, 耕作
  407. Cultivator
    n. 耕者, 耕田机, 栽培者
  408. cure
    v. 治愈, 治疗 n. 治愈, 痊愈
  409. curse
    灾祸,祸根
  410. custody
    The state of being detained or held under guard, 监管
  411. custom
    A habitual practice of a person
  412. cutting off
    切断
  413. Cyclopean
    独眼的
  414. cypress
    柏树
  415. dainty
    fastidious讲究的, 挑剔的
  416. damn
    v. 谴责, 诅咒
  417. dank
    adj. 透水的, 潮湿的
  418. dash
    vi. 冲撞,猛掷
  419. daunt
    v. 沮丧
  420. dawn
    n. v. 黎明, 拂晓
  421. deafen
    vt. 使聋 vi. 变聋
  422. dear
    宝贵的
  423. death-blow
    致命的打击
  424. debtor
    n. 欠债人
  425. deceased
    adj. 已故的 n. 死者
  426. decent
    得体的;适当的,高雅体面的
  427. declaration
    陈述,宣布,申报
  428. decorum
    Appropriateness,propriety. 正派得体适当
  429. decoy
    n.诱鸟,圈套; 诱捕
  430. dedicate
    奉献,供奉;致力
  431. dedication
    A rite or ceremony of dedicating供奉典礼/仪式
  432. deed
    vt. 立契转让(旧产等) n. 行为action, 事实, 功绩; 契约
  433. deem
    v. 主张, To regard as, consider认为 认为
  434. degrade
    侵蚀. v. (使)降级, (使)堕落, (使)退化;
  435. dejected
    Being in low spirits; depressed.沮丧的,情绪低落的
  436. dejection
    n. 沮丧 low spirits, 粪便 defecation
  437. deliberately
    adv. 故意地
  438. deliberation
    深思熟虑,商议
  439. delight
    喜悦
  440. deliverance
    释放
  441. deluge
    v. 使泛滥, 淹, 浸
  442. delusion
    n. 错觉
  443. delusive
    欺骗的,虚假的
  444. delve
    挖掘,钻研
  445. demarcation
    n. 划分,分界线
  446. demean
    To humble (oneself),degrade 谦逊
  447. demeanour
    n. 行为, 举止
  448. demiculverin
    large cannons
  449. den
    洞穴, (舒适的)私室
  450. denounces
    To condemn,criticize公开指责
  451. departure
    n. 脱轨,偏离, 启程, 出发
  452. deplete
    vt. 耗尽,消灭,使衰竭
  453. depose
    To remove from office or power.免职,罢官
  454. deposit
    堆积物, 沉淀物
  455. depository
    储藏室,存放处,仓库
  456. deprecate
    vt. 反对, 轻视
  457. deprive
    剥夺
  458. derive
    To obtain or receive from a source.得到
  459. descend
    vi.下降, 遗传(指财产,气质,权利), 突击, 出其不意的拜访
  460. desert
    To leave empty or alone; abandon放弃, 遗弃, 逃跑
  461. desperate
    adj. 极度渴望的;Reckless不顾一切的, 拚死的; 令人绝望的
  462. desperately
    as a last resort拼命地, 绝望地
  463. despotic
    专制的
  464. despotism
    absolute power or authority.专制
  465. desultory
    jumping; disconnected:杂乱的, 不连贯的
  466. determined
    坚决的, 决定了的.
  467. detract
    减损
  468. devotion
    n. 热爱;投入,献身;虔诚;祈祷
  469. dew
    露水,露珠
  470. Dial
    sundial: 日晷
  471. diapason
    音域,和音
  472. dictate
    To control or command控制,支配
  473. die game
    死亡游戏
  474. dilapidated
    adj. 坍坏的,破旧了, 荒废的
  475. diligent
    Marked by persevering, painstaking effort. 勤奋的,下苦功
  476. diligently
    勤奋地
  477. diminish
    To make smaller or less or to cause to appear so减少,减损
  478. din
    n.喧嚣 v. 絮絮不休地说, 喧闹
  479. dine
    就餐,款待
  480. dingy
    Darkened with smoke and grime; dirty or discolored 灰黑
  481. dirt
    污垢, 泥土
  482. disarmed
    解除武装,放下武器
  483. discern
    v. 看出, 洞悉, 辨别, 看清楚
  484. discernible
    adj. 可辨别的
  485. discharge
    To shoot
  486. discord
    意见不合,不和谐
  487. discourse
    Verbal exchange交谈;对话
  488. disdainfully
    adv. 轻蔑地
  489. disgrace
    Loss of honor, respect, or reputation; shame.丢脸,耻辱
  490. dismal
    adj. 凄凉的;阴沉的, 暗的
  491. dismiss
    vt. 解职,让离开,不承认,驳回
  492. dispatch
    吃完 (a dish or meal);迅速地杀死、处决
  493. dispose
    ncline.倾向于
  494. disposition
    意向,倾向;Arrangement, or distribution布置,配置,部署
  495. disproportion
    不均衡
  496. disreputable
    adj. 声名狼藉的, 破烂不堪的
  497. disrupt
    v. 扰乱,打断, 分裂瓦解,
  498. dissect
    v.tr 解剖,仔细剖析
  499. dissipation
    挥霍, 浪费, 放荡, 狂饮
  500. dissolution
    n. 分解, 解散;崩溃,瓦解
  501. dissolve
    溶解, 解散,终止
  502. distinct
    Readily distinguishable from all others; discrete:独特的
  503. distract
    Vi. 分心,转移
  504. distraction
    confliction, diverting分心
  505. distress
    mental suffering;physical discomfort.忧虑,悲痛;不适
  506. district
    地区,区域;行政区
  507. dive down
    下潜
  508. divers
    several, sundry.种种的
  509. diverse
    不同的,变化多的
  510. divert
    To turn aside from a course or direction, To distract使转向
  511. divine
    神启的
  512. divining
    n. 占卜 adj. 占卜的, 推测的
  513. divining-rod
    n. 占卜杖, (神棍)
  514. division
    The act or process of dividing分开, 分割
  515. divulge
    vt. 泄露, 暴露
  516. doctrine
    教义.
  517. dog-days
    (7,8月间的)三伏天
  518. doleful
    Filled with or expressing grief; mournful; sad 忧愁的
  519. dolorous
    悲痛的
  520. dominion
    统治, 领土, 支配
  521. donjon
    城堡防御主塔;看护者
  522. doughty
    brave
  523. down
    绒毛
  524. drain
    排出,流掉
  525. drapery
    帏帐, 布料,织物
  526. draw
    To attract customers or spectators:吸引
  527. drawn
    Past participle of draw:To cause to flow forth:使流出
  528. dread
    Profound fear; terror.恐惧, 恐怖
  529. dreary
    沉闷的,阴郁的
  530. dress
    clean (fish or fowl) 收拾
  531. drew
    Past tense of draw: 画, 绘制; 取或拔出;行驶,前进
  532. drill-master
    n.,军教官
  533. drown
    To kill by submerging and suffocating in water.溺死, 淹死
  534. drown out
    淹没, 压过(另一声音)
  535. drudge
    v. 干苦力, 做苦工
  536. drummer
    n. 鼓手
  537. due
    n.Something owed or deserved: 应得的东西
  538. dullness
    Lacking responsiveness ; insensitive.迟钝,钝度
  539. dusk
    The darker stage of twilight, especially in the evening.
  540. dwell
    To live as a resident; reside.
  541. ebony
    n. 乌木 adj. 乌木制的, 乌黑色的
  542. ecliptic
    黄道
  543. effect
    To produce as a result实现
  544. effects
    n. 动产, (家庭)财物
  545. Egad
    int. 天哪, 哎呀
  546. egotism
    自我中心, 自大
  547. Eldorado
    黄金国, 富庶之乡
  548. element
    An environment naturally suited to an individual适合的环境
  549. elevation
    To lift the spirits of; elate.See Synonyms at lift
  550. elope
    vi. 私奔, 潜逃, 出走
  551. emaciated
    adj. 瘦弱的, 衰弱的
  552. emblem
    象征,标志
  553. embrace
    拥抱
  554. emigration
    leaving one country or region to settle in another
  555. eminent
    巍峨的,显赫的,杰出的
  556. employ
    vt. 雇用, 用, 使用
  557. empyrean
    n. 最高天, 天堂, 九天
  558. enchanting
    迷人的,醉人的
  559. enchantment
    n. 魔法, 妖术, 魅力,迷惑, 着迷,
  560. encoffin
    vt. 装殓, 把...放入棺材
  561. encouragement
    奖励
  562. end
    a goal. intention 目的
  563. endeavors
    A conscientious or concerted effort toward an end;
  564. endow
    To equip or supply with a talent or quality赋予
  565. endure
    bear忍受,容忍; undergo 度过
  566. enfilade
    To rake with gunfire. 用炮火扫射
  567. engage
    参加,使加入;预订,订婚;雇佣;啮合engage auto's clutch.
  568. engross
    使全神贯注,吸引; 独占,垄断
  569. enlist
    v.intr To enter the armed forces. 应募,入伍 v.tr. 征募
  570. enrage
    vt. 激怒
  571. enshroud
    vt. 掩盖, 隐蔽
  572. ensue
    follow vi. 跟着发生, 继起,相继发生
  573. entangle
    To twistsnarl.缠住,卷入
  574. enter upon
    To set out on, begin;To begin considering, take up
  575. enterprise
    进取心, 干事业
  576. entertain
    To hold in mind; harbor抱着,怀有
  577. entomb
    vt. 埋葬
  578. entombment
    n. 埋葬
  579. entreaty
    An earnest request or petition; a plea.恳求
  580. entrenchment
    n. 战壕
  581. enumerations
    count off or name one by one; list列举
  582. envoy
    n. 使节, 特使
  583. eradicate
    To get rid of by tearing up by the roots根除,清除,扑灭,根绝
  584. erosion
    n. 腐蚀, 侵蚀
  585. errand
    n. 使命,差事, 差使,
  586. escort
    v. 护卫, 护送, 陪同
  587. esteem
    To regard as; consider:把…看作
  588. estimation
    Favorable regard, esteem尊重
  589. ethereal
    adj. 轻飘的,虚空的;无形的
  590. eventful
    多事的,变故多的, 重要的
  591. evince
    To show or demonstrate clearly; manifest表明
  592. evolutions
    演变,发展development
  593. exact
    To demand by force or authority:强求,强索
  594. exalt
    v. 晋升
  595. exasperating
    adj. 气死人的, 激怒人的
  596. excavate
    v. 挖掘, 开凿, 挖出, 挖空
  597. exceed in
    v. 在...方面超过
  598. excursion
    n. 远足, 短程旅行, 离题,<物>偏移, 漂移
  599. executioners
    行刑人,刽子手.
  600. exercise
    use
  601. exhalation
    蒸发物
  602. exhilaration
    振奋,令人兴奋
  603. expediency
    私利, 权宜
  604. expedient
    makeshift 权宜之计;应急的手段
  605. expend
    spend; consume
  606. exposed
    暴露的, 暴露于风雨中的, 无掩蔽的
  607. exquisite
    精致的,精巧的,美妙的
  608. extent
    The range, magnitude, or distance
  609. extenuate
    v.t. 掩饰, 减轻
  610. exterminate
    v.t 灭绝,根除
  611. extort
    v.t. 敲诈,勒索
  612. extremity
    The greatest or utmost degree 极度,末端, 极端
  613. extricate
    To release from an difficulty; disengage.解救,解脱
  614. exuberant
    Growing, producing, or produced abundantly; 茂盛的
  615. exude
    v. (使)流出, (使)渗出
  616. fable
    n. 寓言, 传说, 谎言
  617. facade
    n. 正面
  618. face
    vi. 朝, 向
  619. facilitate
    To make easy or easier使容易或更容易的促进
  620. fading away
    逐渐凋谢, 慢慢减弱
  621. fain
    Obliged or required被迫的;Preferably; rather. 宁愿,宁可
  622. faint
    vi. 昏晕, 昏倒, 变得微弱, 变得没气力
  623. faint-hearted
    adj.timid. 胆小的,怯懦的
  624. faintly
    adv. 微弱地, 朦胧地, 模糊地
  625. fair
    Moderately good; mildly satisfying比较好的
  626. falcon
    A small cannon in use from the 15th~17th century.猎鹰
  627. fall
    come to rest; settle停留
  628. fallow
    To plow (land) without seeding it afterward.
  629. famine
    A drastic, wide-reaching food shortage. 饥荒
  630. fancy
    vt. 想象, 设想, 认为, 爱好, 自负
  631. fare
    vi. get along 过活;进展;dine进食. n. 费用, 旅客, 食物
  632. farthing
    <英>1/4旧便士
  633. fashion
    n. 流行, 方式, vt. 形成, 造, 作; make使适应
  634. fathom
    6 feet (1.83 meters)
  635. fatigue
    Physical or mental weariness.疲劳
  636. favor
    n. 好感, 宠爱, 关切, 欢心, 信物,以身相许,礼物
  637. feast
    盛宴, 筵席
  638. feat
    n. 技艺,功绩, 武艺, 壮举, 技艺表演
  639. feathered tribe
    羽族;鸟类
  640. feeble
    adj. 虚弱的, 衰弱的, 无力的, 微弱的, 薄弱的
  641. felicity
    Great happiness; bliss.幸福,极乐
  642. fell upon their knees
  643. fern
  644. fertility
    肥沃
  645. fervently
    adv. 热心地, 热诚地
  646. fervid
    热情的;炽热的
  647. festive
    adj. 庆祝的, 喜庆的, 节日似
  648. fetter
    A chain or shackle for the ankles or feet.脚镣
  649. feudal
    封建的, 封地的
  650. fierce
    violent, terrible凶猛的, 猛烈的
  651. fierceness
    暴躁
  652. filth
    Foul or dirty matter.污物,污秽
  653. fir
    冷杉, 枞树, 杉木.
  654. firmament
    n. 苍穹;天空 The vault of the heavens; the sky.
  655. firmness
    坚定, 稳固
  656. fissure
    n. 裂缝,分裂
  657. fit out
    v. 装备, 配备
  658. fitfully
    adv. 发作地, 断断续续地
  659. flank
    侧翼 between the last rib and the hip; the side. 肋肉
  660. flannel
    n. 法兰绒 adj. 法兰绒的
  661. flatly
    平平地,水平地,无力气地
  662. flatter
    夸赞, 奉承, 取悦
  663. fled
    Past tense and past participle of flee:vi.逃, 消失
  664. flight
    逃走
  665. flit
    vi.掠过, 迅速飞过, 飞来飞去
  666. flog
    To beat severely with a whip or rod.鞭打
  667. floodgate
    水闸
  668. flourish
    To grow well or luxuriantly; thrive:茂盛,繁盛
  669. fluctuation
    n. 波动, 沉浮,起伏
  670. flutter
    vi.急跳,颤动,鼓翼, 飘动, 悸动
  671. foe
    A personal enemy仇敌;enemy敌军
  672. foliage
    Plant leaves,as a group.群叶
  673. folio
    adj.对折的, 对开的
  674. folly
    讽刺剧,愚笨
  675. fondly
    天真地, 盲目轻信地, 溺爱地, 怜爱地, 情柔地
  676. foothold
    立足点, 据点
  677. foppery
    The dress or manner of a fop: a dandy.纨绔习气,愚蠢
  678. for my life
    adv. 终身, 为逃命
  679. forage
    n. 饲料 v. 寻食,翻寻,搜掠
  680. forbear
    克制,断念
  681. forbearance
    n.克制, 自制, 忍耐
  682. foreboding
    n. 预感, 先兆, 预兆 adj. 预感的, 预兆的, 不祥之兆的
  683. foreclose
    取消(抵押品的)赎回权
  684. forefathers
    ancestor祖先,先人
  685. forefinger
    index finger
  686. foresaid
    Aforesaid上述的,前述的
  687. forge
    n.锻铁炉, 铁匠铺; 打(铁),锻制
  688. forgo
    To abstain from; relinquish:弃绝
  689. forlorn
    被遗弃的,孤独凄凉的
  690. formidable
    Arousing fear, dread, or alarm:可怕的;难对付的
  691. fortitude
    坚韧,刚毅
  692. fortnight
    A period of 14 days; two weeks.
  693. forwardness
    提前,早熟, 卤莽
  694. found
    To establish the foundation or basis of; base以…为基础
  695. founder
    vt. 使沉没, 使摔倒, 弄跛, 浸水, 破坏
  696. fountain
    泉源;人造喷泉,饮柜
  697. frame
    骨架,体格
  698. frugality
    adj. 兄弟的, 友爱的
  699. freshet
    河水泛滥
  700. fritter
    vt. 消耗, 剁碎
  701. frolicsome
    Full of high-spirited fun; frisky and playful.嬉闹的, 嬉戏的
  702. front
    vt. 面对, 朝向,
  703. frown
    To wrinkle the brow, as in thought or displeasure.
  704. frugality
    n. 节俭, 俭省
  705. fry
    To cook over direct heat in hot oil or fat
  706. fulness
    (equal to fullness)充满, 丰富
  707. furious
    raging, fierce狂怒的, 狂暴
  708. furiously
    adv. 狂暴地, 猛烈地
  709. furnace
    火炉
  710. furnish
    vt. 供应, 提供, 装备, 布置
  711. fury
    暴怒
  712. fussy
    Full of superfluous details:多余的
  713. gale
    A very strong wind
  714. gall
    To make (the skin) sore by abrasion; chafe肿痛,擦伤
  715. gallant
    adj. valiant英勇的;时髦的,豪侠的;对妇女献殷勤的
  716. gallop
    n. 疾驰, 飞奔 vi. 飞驰, 急速进行;急急忙忙地说
  717. gape
    张大嘴;打呵欠
  718. garb
    服装,装扮,穿着
  719. garret
    顶楼,阁楼
  720. gaseous
    adj. 气体的, 气态的
  721. gasp
    vi. 喘息, 气喘
  722. gathering
    聚集的
  723. gauntlet
    护手,手套
  724. gay
    快乐的,明快的, 放荡的,好寻欢作乐的
  725. gaze
    v. 盯, 凝视
  726. general
    prevalent普遍的,流行的
  727. generous
    adj. 慷慨的, 大方的, 有雅量的
  728. genius
    天才, 天赋
  729. gesticulate
    v. 打手势,做姿势表达
  730. gesticulation
    n. 姿势, 做姿势传达, 手势
  731. ghastly
    adj. 苍白的, 死人般的,可怕的
  732. gibber
    叽哩呱啦,急促不清且愚蠢地说话
  733. gigantic
    巨人般的, 巨大的
  734. glance
    n. 一瞥, 眼光, 匆匆一看
  735. gleam
    微光闪光, 光泽,迹象
  736. glimpse
    闪光
  737. glistening
    闪耀的, 反光的
  738. glitter
    n. vi 闪光
  739. gloom
    Partial or total darkness; dimness昏暗,阴暗
  740. glory
    光荣
  741. gluttony
    Excess in eating贪食
  742. gnaw
    v. 咬, 啃, 啮,
  743. gneiss
    n.,地质片麻岩
  744. Gnomon
    An object, such as sundial. 日晷仪
  745. go round
    到处走动
  746. gone on board
    上船
  747. gown
    n. 长袍, 法衣, 礼服, 睡袍
  748. gracious
    亲切的,和蔼的;仁慈宽厚的
  749. graduate into
    v. 渐渐变为
  750. grate
    1) 壁炉. 2) 格栅.
  751. gratify
    使人高兴或满足
  752. grating
    n 格栅,光栅; adj. 刺耳的
  753. gratitude
    thankfulness感激,谢意
  754. gravely
    严峻地
  755. greedily
    adv.贪婪地
  756. green
    青涩的,无经验的
  757. greensward
    Ground that is green with grass
  758. grew
    Past tense of grow: 变得,逐步
  759. gridiron
    烤架, 格状物
  760. grieved
    伤心的
  761. grim
    Unrelenting; rigid严酷的
  762. grimy
    污垢的,肮脏的dirty
  763. gripping
    adj. 引起人注意的;吸引人的
  764. grizzly
    Grayish/flecked with gray浅灰的,有灰斑点的,grizzly bear
  765. groan
    To voice as of pain, grief, or displeasure.呻吟
  766. grove
    A small wood of trees that lacks dense undergrowth小树林.
  767. growl
    v.intr 低吼,抱怨
  768. grown
    Having full growth; mature
  769. grub
    v. 挖, 掘 n. 幼虫, <俚>食物
  770. grudging
    吝惜;妒忌
  771. gruff
    (说话、态度等) 粗暴的, 生硬的
  772. guard
    Protection; watch
  773. guard against
    提防
  774. gust
    A strong, abrupt wind. Burst of rain or smoke, emotion
  775. habitable
    可居住的
  776. habitation
    居住
  777. habitual
    Being such by force of habit:习惯的, 惯常的
  778. habitude
    A habitual tendency or way of behaving.habit
  779. had recourse to
    求助于
  780. haggle
    讨价还价To bargain
  781. hallow
    使神圣
  782. halyards
    A rope to raise/lower a sail, flag, or yard.吊索,升降索
  783. hand over hand
    adv. 节节向上地
  784. handsell
    v.tr 贺礼
  785. harass
    To irritate or torment persistently. 骚扰
  786. harp
    n. 竖琴 vi. 弹奏竖琴, 喋喋不休
  787. harsh
    adj. 粗糙的, 刺耳的, 严厉的
  788. haste
    n. 匆忙
  789. hasten
    v.促进, 加速
  790. hatch
    vt. 孵出, 策划, 图谋 n. 孵化, 舱口, 开口
  791. hatchet
    A small, short-handled ax for use in one hand.短柄小斧
  792. hath
    has
  793. haunch
    The loin and leg of a four-footed animal, 腰腿
  794. have no Regard to
    没注意到
  795. hawthorn
    山楂
  796. hazard
    A chance of being injured or harmed; danger:冒险
  797. headlong
    adv. 头向前地, 轻率地
  798. heap
  799. hearken
    vi.倾听
  800. heartily
    衷心地,热忱地
  801. heedless
    adj. 不注意的,不留神的
  802. hemlock
    铁杉(属树木)
  803. herb
    草;芳草,香草;大麻
  804. hereabout
    adv. 附近, 在这一带
  805. hereditary
    世袭的, 遗传的
  806. heretofore
    此时以前
  807. hermit
    隐士,遁世者
  808. hewn
    A past participle of hew, 砍
  809. hideous
    adj. Offensive to moral sensibilities,Repulsive 丑恶的
  810. Highnesses
    Used with His, Her, or Your as a title
  811. hilarity
    兴高采烈
  812. hilt
    n. 柄, 刀把
  813. hinge
    铰链,折叶;关键,转折点
  814. hireling
    苦力
  815. hither
    here
  816. hitherto
    至今,untill now
  817. hoard
    积聚,囤积
  818. hoarse
    嘶哑的
  819. hold
    To regard in a certain way
  820. homely
    home life
  821. homeward bound
    Headed, act overeagerly返航的
  822. hoof
    n.蹄 v.踢
  823. hoot
    vi. 猫头鹰叫,鸣响
  824. horrid
    恐怖的,可怕的
  825. house-dog
    n. 看门狗, 家犬
  826. household
    n. 家产, 住户,家庭 adj. 家庭的,家喻户晓的
  827. howl
    嚎哭
  828. hue
    色调
  829. hum
    v. 嗡嗡叫, 哼
  830. humanity
    人类, The quality of being humane; 人性,仁慈
  831. humble
    卑下的, 微贱的
  832. Humility
    The quality or condition of being humble.谦逊
  833. Humph
  834. hurl
    vt. 投掷, 愤慨地说出, 丢下, 推翻 vi. 猛投, 猛掷
  835. husbandry
    cultivating crops and breeding/raising livestock; agriculture
  836. husk
    果壳,苞米皮叶
  837. huskiness
    粗嘎声
  838. hypochondriac
    n. 忧郁症/臆想病患者
  839. icicle
    垂冰
  840. ideality
    n. 理想
  841. idle
    adj. 无用的, 无价值的
  842. ignorant
    Lacking education or knowledge无知的,愚昧的
  843. illustration
    说明, 例证, 插图,图解
  844. Imitate
    To use or follow as a model.仿效,效法
  845. immense
    极大的;巨大的
  846. immortal
    Never to be forgotten; everlasting 永恒的,不朽的
  847. immortality
    n. 不朽, 不朽的声名
  848. impel
    To drive forward; propel.驱使,推进
  849. impetuous
    adj. 猛烈的, 激烈的,冲动的,
  850. impious
    Lacking reverence; not pious.不敬的,不虔诚的
  851. implore
    哀求
  852. import
    意思,进口
  853. importunity
    an insistent or pressing demand迫切的要求
  854. impose
    强加, 欺骗
  855. impound
    vt. 关在栏中, 拘留, 扣押, 没收
  856. imprecation
    n. 诅咒
  857. impressible
    adj. 易受影响的
  858. imprison
    To put in or as if in prison; confine.束缚,禁锢
  859. improvident
    Not providing for the future; thriftless.无远见的
  860. impulse
    推动, 冲动, 推动力
  861. in company with
    adv. 一起
  862. in consequence of
    由于的...缘故
  863. in obedience to
    遵照, 依照
  864. in regard to
    adv. 关于
  865. in the appearance of
    在外表上
  866. in the presence of
    在...面前
  867. in vain
    Not yielding the desired outcome; fruitless
  868. inaccommodate
    unsuitable, inadaptable不适应
  869. inaction
    in-action不行动
  870. inappeasable
    难平息的, 难满足的
  871. inattention
    Lack of attention, notice, or regard. 疏忽
  872. inaudibly
    adv. 听不见似地,
  873. Inaugural
    adj. 就职典礼的, 创始的 n. 就职典礼,就职演说
  874. incantation
    念咒,咒语
  875. incense
    激怒
  876. inclination
    A tendency toward a certain condition or character
  877. inconceivable
    unbelievable不可思议的; 难以置信的
  878. inconceivable
    不能想像的
  879. incontradictable
    being un-denied不可辩驳的
  880. incorporate
    To unitewith something else already in existence合并
  881. incorrigible
    Firmly rooted; ineradicable:根深蒂固的;难以纠正的
  882. incubus
    梦魇,梦淫妖
  883. indeed
    in fact, in reality
  884. indifference
    冷淡
  885. indistinctly
    adv. 不明了地, 朦胧地
  886. induce
    劝告,激发,促使
  887. indulgence
    迁就,放纵;溺爱,沉溺
  888. indulgent
    lenient 宽容的,放纵的
  889. industry
    Energetic devotion or an endeavor; diligence勤奋
  890. ineffable Extremity
    难以言词表达的困境
  891. inestimable
    invaluable:无价的, 无法估计的
  892. inevitable
    unavoidable, certain, predictable不可避免的
  893. inexpedient
    Not expedient; inadvisable 不适宜的,失策的;不明智的
  894. inexplicable
    adj. 无法解释的,莫名其妙的
  895. infallibility
    绝无错误
  896. infallible
    无误的
  897. infantry
    The combat arm trained to fight on foot. 步兵部队
  898. infect
    传染,感染
  899. infidel
    An unbeliever of religion, especially Christianity 异教徒
  900. inflexibly
    adv. 不屈曲地, 不屈地
  901. inhabitant
    居民,居住者
  902. inlet
    A recess, such as a bay or cove, along a coast.水湾
  903. inmate
    同住者, 同室者
  904. inscrutable
    adj. Difficult to fathom or understand 不好测量的,费解的
  905. insidious
    Intended to entrap; treacherous阴险的
  906. instant
    瞬间,顷刻;当月
  907. institute
    To establish, organize, and set in operation.
  908. instrument
    A legal document. 法律文件
  909. insurgent
    adj. 起义的,造反的
  910. insurrections
    起义,造反
  911. integrity
    Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical (道德)完整
  912. intellectual
    智力的,知性的
  913. intelligible
    adj. 可理解的
  914. intercepte
    vt. 中途阻止, 截取
  915. interment
    埋葬, 葬礼
  916. interminable
    无休止的,冗长的
  917. intermissions
    To suspend activity temporarily or periodically.间断,停顿
  918. intermittent
    adj. 间歇的, 断断续续的
  919. intersperse
    To distribute among other things at intervals散布, 点缀
  920. invariably
    in-vary-able-ly不变地, 总是
  921. invest with
    授予}
  922. invincible
    不可战胜的.
  923. inviolate
    无污点的, 未受侵犯的
  924. invoke
    To call on for support, or inspiration:乞灵
  925. involuntary
    Acting or done without or against one's will非自愿的
  926. irrepressible
    抑制不住的
  927. irresolution
    in-resolution不决断
  928. irreverent
    不虔诚的,不尊敬的;挖苦的
  929. irritated
    adj. 恼怒的,生气的
  930. is due to
    adv. 由于, 应归于
  931. ivory
    A tusk, especially an elephant's tusk
  932. jest
    诙谐
  933. jollity
    Convivial merriment or celebration欢庆
  934. journeyman
    满师学徒工,熟手
  935. judiciary
    司法的
  936. jurisdiction
    司法权,管辖权或控制权;
  937. jury
    陪审团
  938. justice
    法官
  939. justify
    To demonstrate or prove to be just, right, or valid
  940. keep out of
    置身于外
  941. kindred
    1) 家族. 2) kinfolk亲属
  942. knee-high
    齐膝高的
  943. knob
    圆形把手
  944. knuckle
    指关节
  945. labor
    n.劳动, 努力, 工作
  946. labour
    Variant of labor: Workers considered as a group.劳力
  947. labyrinth
    n. 迷路, 迷宫,错综复杂
  948. laden
    adj. 装满的, 负载的, 受压迫的
  949. lame
    adj. 僵痛的,跛的
  950. lameness
    Disabled on walking跛, 残废
  951. lamentable
    pathetic悲惨的,悔恨的
  952. lance
    长矛
  953. lapse of time
    时光的流逝
  954. larboard
    adj.左舷方面的
  955. lash
    n. 鞭子
  956. lately
    recently
  957. lateral
    n. 侧部, 支线, 边音 adj. 横(向)的, 侧面的
  958. latter
    adj. 后面的, (两者中)后者的
  959. lay by the heels
    To put in fetters or shackles; imprison.
  960. lay hold of
    抓住
  961. lead
  962. league
    里格(4.8 kilometers).
  963. leaned way over
    弯下身子
  964. leaves
    leaf: A very thin sheet of material, especially metal
  965. legible
    Plainly discernible; apparent:清楚的,易读的
  966. Legislature
    立法机构
  967. lend
    v. 借给, 贷(款)
  968. lest
    以免,以防
  969. level
    同高的, 平坦的, 齐平的, 水平的
  970. Levitical law
    He that killeth man shall surely be put to death.
  971. levy
    To declare and wage (a war). To impose or collect (a tax).
  972. liable
    an unfavorable outcome:有可能的
  973. lichen
    n.,<植>地衣,为硬壳状或枝叉状,苔藓,青苔
  974. lieutenant
    n. 陆军中尉, 海军上尉, 副职官员 below a captain
  975. Life
    An account of a person's life; a biography. 传记
  976. lifelike
    逼真的
  977. lighten
    减轻
  978. lily
    百合
  979. limestone
    n. 石灰石
  980. linden
    菩提树,椴树
  981. linger
    tarry逗留, saunter闲荡
  982. live
    继续生存
  983. lo
    int. 瞧!, 看! Used to attract attention or to show surprise.
  984. lodge
    山林小屋,门房
  985. lodging
    Sleeping accommodations
  986. lofty
    高耸的, 崇高的, 高傲的
  987. Loon
    Any of several fish-eating, diving birds 潜鸟
  988. lord
    领主
  989. low
    Lacking strength or vigor; weak.衰弱的
  990. lump
    n. 块(尤指小块)vt. 使成块状,vi. 结块
  991. lung
    spongy, saclike respiratory organs in most vertebrates
  992. to remove carbon dioxide and provide oxygen.
  993. lurking
    潜伏的, 埋伏的
  994. lusty
    Full of vigor or vitality; robust.精力旺盛的
  995. mace
    重头棍棒,权杖
  996. machinery
    机器,机构
  997. made off
    离开, (尤指做了错事后)匆忙离开, 逃走
  998. magnanimity
    崇高,宽宏大量
  999. magnanimity
    崇高的行为
  1000. magnify
    扩大
  1001. maize
    corn
  1002. malady
    疾病,混乱
  1003. malice
    恶意, 怨恨
  1004. maliceful
    预谋, 蓄意的
  1005. maniacal
    疯狂的,狂热的
  1006. manifest
    apparent,明显的
  1007. manner
    方式method,举止bearing,礼仪,风俗,风格,种类多种
  1008. marble
    大理石
  1009. marrow
    n. 髓, 骨髓, 精华, 活力
  1010. martial
    of the armed forces or the profession of arms军事的
  1011. marvel
    To become filled with wonder or astonishment惊异于
  1012. master
    expert
  1013. mat
    席子,垫子
  1014. matron
    a mother of dignity, mature age, with social position.
  1015. meagre
    瘦的, 贫弱的
  1016. mean
    自私小气的, 卑鄙的
  1017. meanness
    n. 吝啬
  1018. measure
    范围,程度 n. 量度测量, 方法措施; 法案
  1019. measured
    adj. 有节奏的, 测量的, 整齐的
  1020. medicinal
    Of, relating to, or having the properties of medicine.
  1021. meet with
    v. 偶遇, 遭受
  1022. melancholy
    Sadness or depression of the spirits; gloom:忧郁
  1023. memento
    纪念品
  1024. memorandum
    A short note written as a reminder. n. 备忘录, 便笺
  1025. menace
    n. 威胁, 危险物 v. 恐吓, 危及, 威胁
  1026. mend
    To reform or correct:
  1027. Mercenaries
    .雇佣兵,唯利是图的人
  1028. merchandise
    n.商品, 货物
  1029. merciless
    Having no mercy; cruel.
  1030. metamorphosis
    蜕变, 变质
  1031. miasma
    烟雾弥漫的空气,瘴气
  1032. millstone
    a pair of cylindrical stones used in a mill for grinding grain
  1033. mine
    vi. 布雷
  1034. minister
    To attend to the wants and needs of others:给予援助
  1035. mire
    a bog泥沼
  1036. mischievous
    恶作剧的,惹麻烦的
  1037. misery
    n. 苦恼, 悲惨
  1038. miserly
    守财奴似的
  1039. mistreat
    粗鲁或错误地对待
  1040. mitigation
    减缓
  1041. mob
    n. (集合词)暴徒, 乌合之众, (盗贼等的)一群
  1042. moderation
    not excessive or extreme 适度
  1043. modestly
    适度地
  1044. mollified
    To calm in temper or feeling; soothe; pacify 平息,安抚
  1045. monarch
    n. 君主
  1046. morass
    沼泽
  1047. morrow
    n. 次日
  1048. morsel
    small piece; small amount(食物)一口, 少量
  1049. moss
    苔藓
  1050. motto
    座右铭, 格言.
  1051. mould
    mold: Loose, friable soil, fit for planting.肥土, 壤土
  1052. mound
    堆heap
  1053. mount
    v.intr.上升 增长 rise
  1054. mourn
    v. 哀悼, 忧伤, 服丧
  1055. mourner
    悲伤者, 哀悼者, 忏悔者
  1056. mournfully
    adv. 悲哀地 rearward
  1057. mow
    To cut down grass or other growth割下
  1058. muffle
    v. 蒙住, 压抑(声音) n. 头巾, 消声器
  1059. multifarious
    多种多样的
  1060. multiplicity
    large number
  1061. multiply
    繁殖, 乘, 增加
  1062. multitude
    n. 多数, 群众,众多
  1063. multitudinous
    包括许多个体的 群集的,包括许多部分的
  1064. murmur
    低语,嘀咕
  1065. musket
    A smoothbore shoulder gun from 16th to 18th century.火枪
  1066. muskrat
    water rat 麝鼠
  1067. mutter
    speak indistinctly in low tones;grumble morosely嘀咕
  1068. mutton
    n. 羊肉, <谑>绵羊, <俚>女性生殖器, 性交
  1069. mutton-head
    傻瓜
  1070. myth
    神话,虚构, 传说
  1071. name
    to mention
  1072. naturalization
    To grant full citizenship to (one of foreign birth).
  1073. naught
    Nonexistence; nothingness,zero
  1074. necessity
    n. 必需品
  1075. neglect
    To pay little or no attention to;忽视, 疏忽
  1076. neigh
    vi. 马嘶
  1077. netting
    An openwork fabric; a net.网
  1078. nod
    To lower and raise the head quickly, as in agreement
  1079. nonsense
    n. 胡说, 废话
  1080. not a little
    much,very
  1081. notorious
    声名狼藉的,臭名昭著的
  1082. notwithstanding
    nevertheless
  1083. nourish
    feed.滋养,养育
  1084. nubbin
    n. A small stunted ear of corn. 发育不良的穗;小瘤, 小片,
  1085. number
    To include in a group or category列入; n. 一期, 一册
  1086. nymph
    宁芙女神
  1087. oatmeal
    Meal made from oats; rolled or ground oats.燕麦制品
  1088. obedient
    服从的
  1089. objection
    opposition
  1090. oblige
    To do a service or favor for: 施恩惠于,帮助; 强制,强迫
  1091. oblique
    斜的
  1092. obliterate
    vt. 擦掉,消除,废除
  1093. oblivion
    遗忘
  1094. obstinate
    adj. 倔强的, 顽固的;难医治的;难于控制的
  1095. obstruct
    To blockwith obstacles阻隔
  1096. obtrusive
    突出的,强迫人的
  1097. occasion
    n. 理由,诱因,需要;场合, 时机, 机会
  1098. occult
    神秘的, 超自然的
  1099. occupant
    n. 占有者, 居住者 a tenant or an owner
  1100. occupations
    a vocation.
  1101. odd
    in excess of the indicated number挂零的
  1102. ode
    诗赋, 颂歌
  1103. odor
    气味,气息
  1104. offence
    n. 罪过, 过错, 犯罪, 冒犯, 违反,
  1105. offensive
    n. 进攻, 攻势 adj. 讨厌的, 无礼的, 攻击性的
  1106. office
    职责,任务;办公处所,办公室;offices 帮忙
  1107. offices
    beneficial act帮忙
  1108. on account of
    adv. Because of; for the sake of: 由于
  1109. on her own account
    adv. 为自身利益, 靠自己
  1110. oozy
    软泥的
  1111. opened upon
    朝向
  1112. oppress
    To weigh heavily on,压迫,折磨
  1113. oppressive
    adj. 压迫的, 沉重的
  1114. orb
    球体,天体
  1115. orchard
    n. 果园, <美俚>棒球场
  1116. orderly
    n. 传令兵, 勤务兵adj. 有秩序的, 整齐的, 整洁的
  1117. ornamental
    adj. 装饰性的
  1118. ostentation
    炫耀,摆阔
  1119. otherwise
    In other respects
  1120. otter
    水獭Any of various aquatic, carnivorous mammals
  1121. outset
    开端
  1122. outstrip
    v. 超过
  1123. over and over
    adv. 反复, 再三
  1124. overcoat
    A heavy coat worn in cold weather. 大衣
  1125. overgrown
    adj. 长得太大, 畸形发展的
  1126. overtake
    catch up with
  1127. pace
    一步A unit of length equal to 30 inches (0.76 meter)
  1128. pacify
    To ease the anger or agitation of.使平静, 安慰, 抚慰
  1129. pains
    Great care or effort,辛苦,努力
  1130. palisade
    (防御)栅栏
  1131. pallor
    苍白
  1132. parcel
    A group or company; a pack.一批一群
  1133. parched
    干枯的,烘干的
  1134. parish
    n. 教区
  1135. parley
    谈判,会谈
  1136. parlor
    客厅
  1137. parsimony
    n. 过度节俭, 吝啬
  1138. part from
    与...离别
  1139. participant
    n. 参与者, 共享者 adj. 参与的
  1140. partizan
    equal to partisan: 党人,党徒
  1141. party
    一群人,队伍
  1142. passage
    segment一段,一节
  1143. past all hope
    没有任何希望,不可挽救
  1144. pasteboard
    纸板
  1145. pasture
    n. 牧场
  1146. patriot
    n. 爱国者
  1147. patron
    守护神,赞助人
  1148. patter
    vi. 发出急速轻拍声, 念顺口溜
  1149. paw
    爪T
  1150. peculiar
    adj. 奇特的,独特的,特有的 n. 特有财产, 特权
  1151. peculiarity
    特别 A notable or distinctive feature or characteristic
  1152. pelt
    带毛的动物的皮;连续地掷击
  1153. pent
    A past tenseof pen: To confine in or as if in a pen 监禁
  1154. penury
    Extreme want or poverty; 贫困
  1155. perceive
    aware through any of the senses察觉,感知
  1156. perch
    v. (使)栖息, 就位, 位于;栖木,
  1157. perchance
    adv. Perhaps; possibly.
  1158. perennial
    四季不断的,年年的, 长期的
  1159. perfidy
    Deliberate breach of faith; treachery.卑劣,背信
  1160. perish
    丧生; disappear gradually消亡,枯萎
  1161. perpetual
    lasting for an indefinitely long time.adj. 永久的,永远的
  1162. perpetuate
    vt. 使永存To cause to continue indefinitely
  1163. perplexed
    困惑的
  1164. personage
    n. 要人, 名流, 个人
  1165. perspiration
    sweat.汗液
  1166. perusal
    n. 熟读, 精读
  1167. pervade
    v. 遍及,渗透
  1168. pervert
    滥用,误用; 使堕落
  1169. pestilential
    Pestilent, poisonous; 致命的,传染的
  1170. pesty
    瘟疫的,有害的
  1171. pet
    宠物,宠儿
  1172. petition
    A solemn request to a superior authority;.请愿
  1173. phantom
    a ghost or apparition 幽灵幻景
  1174. piazza
    n. 广场, 走廊, 露天市场
  1175. pierce
    To cut or pass throughstab or penetrate.刺入,刺穿
  1176. pietist
    虔信派教徒
  1177. piety
    n. 虔诚, 孝行
  1178. pilfer
    steal (a small amount or item) 小偷小摸
  1179. pilgrim
    朝圣者
  1180. pinching
    捏,掐, 拮据的
  1181. pine
    消瘦,憔悴
  1182. pinnace
    A small sailing boat as a tender for big vessels.舰载艇
  1183. piteously
    可怜地
  1184. pitiable
    adj. 可怜的,
  1185. plain
    平原,no decoration,simple朴实无华的事物
  1186. planking
    厚板(材)
  1187. plastering
    n. 涂以灰泥, 石膏工艺
  1188. plateau
    高原
  1189. pleasure of God
    上帝的意愿
  1190. pledge
    誓言, 抵押
  1191. plight
    困境
  1192. plot
    a scheme.;conspiracy密谋, 策划
  1193. pluck
    采,摘,拔
  1194. Pluck up
    v. 振作, 拔起
  1195. plunder
    To rob of goods by force, pillage.掠夺
  1196. plunge
    n. 投入 vi. 投入, 跳进, 陷入 vt. 使投入, 使插入, 使陷入
  1197. poke
    To push; thrust
  1198. polemics
    争辩,辩论法
  1199. pomp
    splendor壮丽景观,盛况,浮华display炫耀
  1200. ponderous
    adj. 沉重的, 笨重的, 冗长的, 沉闷的, (指问题等)呆板的
  1201. poplar
    白杨
  1202. port
    n. 港口, 避风港, 枪眼
  1203. portal
    正门,入口
  1204. portfolio
    公事包,一组投资
  1205. porthole
    舷窗,射击孔
  1206. possessed
    adj. 着魔的, 拥有的
  1207. post
    A support for a beam in the framework of a building.柱,杆
  1208. posterity
    All of a person's descendants子孙, 后裔
  1209. potency
    n. 力量,潜力
  1210. potentate
    n. 当权者 有权势的人
  1211. praise
    n. 赞扬, 歌颂, 称赞
  1212. prattle
    Idle or meaningless chatter; babble.闲聊或瞎扯
  1213. preamble
    n. 导言,序言;开端
  1214. precaution
    n. 提前告知,预防, 警惕, 防范
  1215. precept
    A rule 规则或原则
  1216. precious
    珍贵的,亲爱的 n.珍爱的人,宝贝
  1217. precipitate
    使提前或突然发生;沉淀,下掷,由高处抛下
  1218. prejudice
    偏见, 成见
  1219. premise
    n.,<逻><法>前提 房屋及地基 ; vt. 提论,预述 假定
  1220. preponderance
    n. 优势
  1221. present
    呈献,引见,介绍
  1222. presently
    now
  1223. preside
    v. 主持,掌管, 领奏
  1224. press
    v. 推行,坚持, n. 压榨机,印刷机,印刷厂,出版社
  1225. pretence
    excuse; a pretext假意,伪装
  1226. prevail
    To be or become effective; win out:成功,奏效
  1227. printer
    one whose occupation is printing印刷工
  1228. Private
    rank in the U.S. Army or Marine Corps 二等兵
  1229. privation
    穷困, 缺乏, 丧失
  1230. probable
    adj. 很可能的
  1231. proceed
    To come from a source; originate or issue 源于
  1232. proceeding
    n. 举动,行动; 活动
  1233. procession
    游行,行进,行列,队伍
  1234. procure
    To get by special effort; obtain or acquire获得,取得
  1235. prodigious
    adj.巨大的
  1236. proffer
    v. 提供 n. 提供
  1237. profile
    n. 剖面, 侧面, 外形, 轮廓
  1238. profitable
    产生利润的
  1239. profound
    adj.深奥的, 深远的, 深邃的;完全的
  1240. project
    plan
  1241. prolixity
    n. 冗长, 罗嗦
  1242. prompter
    敦促者
  1243. promptly
    迅速地
  1244. prone
    adj.倾向于
  1245. proof
    adj. 不能透入的, 防...的
  1246. propitiate
    v.tr.劝慰,使息怒
  1247. propitiatory
    adj. 劝慰的, 和解的
  1248. propitious
    adj. 吉利的
  1249. proportion
    部分;balance or symmetry均称,平衡;比例
  1250. proposition
    subject主题,statement命题,proposal提议
  1251. proprietor
    n. 所有者,业主
  1252. proscribe
    禁止,谴责
  1253. prosecute
    To chase or pursue追捕;vt. 实行, 从事, 告发, 起诉
  1254. prostrate
    使倒下;使平卧;拜倒,使屈服
  1255. protracted
    adj. 拖延的,延长的
  1256. proverb
    n. 谚语
  1257. providence
    divine direction;foresight天意,上帝的意志
  1258. provision
    supplying, something provided, especially food供应品
  1259. prowess
    n. 威力,英勇
  1260. prudence
    谨慎
  1261. pry
    窥探,打探
  1262. puff
    n. 一阵喷烟, 肿块, 蓬松, 吹嘘, 宣传广告 v. 喷出,
  1263. pull down
    To demolish; destroy摧毁, 推翻, 使降低下跌
  1264. pull up
    拔起
  1265. punning
    n. 双关语
  1266. purse
    v.tr使皱起,噘起
  1267. pursue
    vt. 继续, 从事,继续执行,追赶, 追求, 前进;追击,
  1268. put it off
    v. 推迟, 拖延, 搪塞, 使分心, 使厌恶, 扔掉, 脱掉, 劝阻
  1269. pygmies
    peoples, height less than(127 centimeters)
  1270. quadrant
    instrument for measuring altitude of celestial bodies象限仪
  1271. quagmire
    泥泞土地
  1272. Quakers
    n. 教友派信徒, 贵格会会员 From quake
  1273. quarter
    To take up or be assigned lodgings.使扎营
  1274. quartermaster
    petty officer responsible for the navigation of a ship
  1275. quartette
    n. 四重唱,四重奏
  1276. quartzite
    n. 石英岩, 硅岩
  1277. quaver
    v.int 颤抖(说话) n. 【音乐】颤音
  1278. queasy
    nauseated容易呕吐的
  1279. quest
    vt. 探求
  1280. quintals
    公担100 kilograms.
  1281. quivering
    颤抖的
  1282. raccoon
    浣熊
  1283. radiance
    n. 辐射,光辉
  1284. radiate
    vt. 放射, 辐射, 传播, 广播
  1285. ragged
    褴褛的,破损的,撕破的
  1286. rage
    v.intr.狂怒
  1287. rail
    n. 横杆, 围栏, 扶手, 铁轨
  1288. rake
    n. 耙子 v. 搜索
  1289. ranks
    enlisted military personnel军队人员
  1290. rap
    敲, 拍,斥责
  1291. rapid
    急流,湍滩
  1292. ratify
    To approve and give formal sanction to; approve认可,批准
  1293. rattling
    adj. 卡嗒卡嗒的, 活泼的,
  1294. ravage
    To bring heavy destruction on; devastate洗劫,蹂躏
  1295. rave
    v. 咆哮
  1296. raw
    Untrained and inexperienced: 生疏的,无经验的
  1297. reached out
    伸出
  1298. reap
    v. 收割, 收获
  1299. rear
    A hind part. 后面
  1300. reason
    To use the faculty of reason; think logically.推断
  1301. reasonably
    adv. 适度地, 相当地
  1302. receive
    To greet or welcome:
  1303. recess
    Often recesses A remote, secluded place.幽深处
  1304. reckoning
    n. 计算, 算帐, 帐单
  1305. Recollection
    记忆,往事memory
  1306. recompense
    compensation报偿
  1307. reconciliation
    To reestablish a close relationship, as in marriage和解
  1308. recourse
    applied to for aid or security求援, 求助
  1309. recruit
    A newly engaged member of a military force新兵
  1310. rectitude
    Moral uprightness正直,笔直
  1311. redress
    To set right; remedy or rectify. 纠正,补救
  1312. reel
    vi. 蹒跚地走, 眩晕; 摇晃, 旋转 n. 卷轴, 一盘, 旋转
  1313. reflection
    反射, 映象, 倒影;Mental concentration; 精神集中,深思熟虑
  1314. regenerate
    使新生, 重建.
  1315. regiment
    A military unit , two battalions, by a colonel. 团
  1316. regimental
    n.,编制 团
  1317. reign
    主宰 v.int占统治地位或盛行的
  1318. reiterate
    To say or do again or repeatedly; repeat
  1319. rejoice
    To feel joyful; be delighted 欣喜
  1320. relapse
    回复原状,复发
  1321. relate
    To narrate or tell, describe 叙述, 讲
  1322. relent
    lenient, compassionate, or forgiving变温和
  1323. relief
    n. (痛苦)减轻, (债务)免除, 救济, 调剂, 安慰, 浮雕, 地貌
  1324. relinquish
    To retire from; give up or abandon放弃
  1325. remark
    vt. 评论, 注意, 谈及
  1326. remnant
    n. 残余, 零料, 残迹
  1327. remonstrate
    object 抗议
  1328. rend
    v. 撕碎,分裂
  1329. render
    To provide 给予;描绘
  1330. renew
    To make new or as if new again; restore使更新,修复
  1331. renounce
    To give up放弃,To reject; disown.拒绝,否认
  1332. replace
    vt. 把...放回原处;取代, 替换;
  1333. replete
    adj. 充满的
  1334. repose
    休息,静卧
  1335. reproach
    责备
  1336. reprobate
    谴责condemn.
  1337. repulse
    To drive back; repel. 击退;回绝
  1338. resign
    To give up放弃,辞去
  1339. resignation
    submission.听任;n. 放弃辞职
  1340. resolute
    adj. 坚决的
  1341. resolve
    decide;analyze;决心, 决定,解决;(使)分解, 溶解
  1342. resound
    reverberate回响
  1343. respiration
    The act or process of inhaling and exhaling; breathing.呼吸
  1344. restraining
    抑制的, 遏制的, 控制的
  1345. restraint
    n. 抑制,遏制;控制
  1346. resurrection
    n. 复活,复苏
  1347. retain
    vt. 保持, 保留
  1348. retard
    vt. 延迟, 减速,放慢
  1349. retire
    退休, 引退, 退却, 撤退, 就寝
  1350. reverberate
    v. 回响,弹回,反射
  1351. reverberation
    回响
  1352. reverend
    of profound awe and respect and often love值得尊重的
  1353. revive
    resuscitate.使复活,(使)苏醒, (使)复兴
  1354. revolution
    n. 革命, 旋转
  1355. rhino
    Money; cash. 金钱,现金; A rhinoceros.犀牛
  1356. rib
    肋骨
  1357. rid
    free使摆脱,解除,免除
  1358. rider
    n. 骑马(或其他牲口、自行车)的人, 骑手, 附文, 扶手
  1359. ridge
    脊,垄
  1360. rift
    v.tr. 使劈开,使破裂
  1361. right
    To restore proper position扶直,整顿,纠正
  1362. righteousness
    正义, 正直
  1363. rigid
    呆板的,僵硬的,苛严的
  1364. rigidity
    n. 坚硬, 僵化, 刻板, 严格, 刚性, 硬度
  1365. rigor
    Strictness or severity
  1366. rill
    A small brook; a rivulet.
  1367. ripple
    n. 波纹 v.起波纹
  1368. ritual
    (宗教)仪式,典礼
  1369. rival
    v. 竞争, 对抗, 相匹敌,n. 竞争者, 对手
  1370. rivet
    铆钉
  1371. roar
    n. vi 吼叫, 怒号
  1372. robe
    A long, loose, flowing outer garment.长袍,盖毯
  1373. rogue
    a scoundrel or rascal无赖
  1374. romancer
    传奇小说作家, 讲虚构故事的人
  1375. rough
    狂暴的,粗糙的, 粗略的
  1376. round
  1377. rout
    n. 溃退 v. 击溃
  1378. row
    吵嚷,骚乱;用桨划船;一行
  1379. rude
    粗陋的,粗制的;粗鲁无礼的
  1380. rudiment
    n. 初步;入门
  1381. ruinous
    adj. 倾圮的:废墟的,破败的; 破坏性的, 招致毁灭的
  1382. rule
    To mark with straight parallel lines.规则
  1383. rumble
    v. 隆隆响, 低沉地说 n. 隆隆声, 辘辘声, 吵嚷声
  1384. rummage
    v. 到处翻寻, 搜出, 检查
  1385. Rustica
    adj. 乡村的
  1386. rustle
    发飒飒声
  1387. rut
    n. 车辙, 常轨
  1388. sack
    strong wines from Spain, in the 16th and 17th centuries
  1389. sacred
    庄严的, 神圣的
  1390. sacrifice
    v. 献祭 牺牲n. 祭品, 供奉
  1391. saddle
  1392. sage
    n.贤人, 圣人, 年高望重的人
  1393. Salem
    塞勒姆A city of Massachusetts of Boston.
  1394. salute
    n. (军队等之)敬礼, 升降旗致敬, 呜礼炮等, v. 行礼致敬
  1395. sanctity
    Holiness of life or disposition; saintliness. 圣洁
  1396. sandstone
    n.,地 砂岩
  1397. sap
    树液, 体液
  1398. sash
    n. 窗扇, 框格; 肩带, 腰带, 飒饰
  1399. sassafras
    The dried root bark,檫木皮
  1400. sate
    A past tense of sit sit;充分满足
  1401. satellite
    附属随体
  1402. saunter
    vi.闲逛, 漫步
  1403. save
    prep. 除了:
  1404. sawdust
    锯末
  1405. scabbard
    n. 鞘 v. 插入鞘中
  1406. scale
    A relative level or degree规模
  1407. scaly
    adj. 有鳞的
  1408. scarce
    Insufficient to, short in缺乏的
  1409. scatter
    To distribute loosely by or as if by sprinkling; strew散落
  1410. scheme
    A systematic plan of action计划,scheme
  1411. scoff
    mock嘲弄,讥笑
  1412. scold
    v. 责骂, 申斥, 斥责; 喜责骂的人
  1413. score
    刻划; 记分
  1414. scorn
    轻蔑,奚落,嘲弄
  1415. scourge
    n.灾祸, 苦难的根源, 鞭笞
  1416. scowl
    皱眉头, 怒目而视,frown
  1417. scramble
    vt. 攀登, 争夺, 使混杂
  1418. Scratch
    刻划;挖,刮
  1419. screech
    vi. 尖叫, 急煞车声
  1420. scrubby
    灌木丛生的
  1421. scurvy
    坏血病
  1422. Secession
    n. 脱离
  1423. sect
    教派,派系.
  1424. secure
    v.tr 紧闭fasten;确信;担保;取得;抓获;保障保护;
  1425. self-reproach
    n. 自责, 良心责备
  1426. semblance
    外观,外貌
  1427. sensation
    n. 感觉, 知觉,感动
  1428. sensibly
    明显地, 敏感地,
  1429. sentiment
    感想,情绪
  1430. serene
    平静的,睛朗的,Serene 尊贵的
  1431. serenely
    adv. 安详地, 沉着地
  1432. serenity
    n. 平静
  1433. serpent
    in a mythic or religious context, signifying a snake.
  1434. servant
    n. 仆人
  1435. servile
    Of or suitable to a slave or servant:奴隶的, 奴性的
  1436. servitude
    奴役,束缚
  1437. set off
    出发, 动身, 使爆炸, 引起, 使爆发, 抵销, 分开, 衬托
  1438. set out
    v. 出发, 开始,装饰陈列展示, 测定, 陈述宣布, 移植
  1439. set sail for
    开船, 动身
  1440. settled down
    v. 定居, 平静下来
  1441. severity
    Being unsparing or harsh; strict.严厉
  1442. shame
    羞愧;To disgrace by surpassing, 使相形见拙
  1443. shamefaced
    惭愧的,害羞的
  1444. shawl
    n. 披肩, 围巾
  1445. sheath
    v.tr 包,盖; n. 鞘, 护套, 外壳
  1446. sheathe
    vt. 入鞘,缩回爪子,包覆
  1447. shed
    vt. 流出, 发散, 散发, 脱落, 脱皮, 摆脱
  1448. shell
    n. 贝壳, 壳, 外耳, 炮弹 vt. 去壳, 脱落, 炮轰
  1449. shipwreck
    v.tr. n. 船只失事, 海难, 遇难
  1450. shoal
    shallow place;sandbank or sandbar浅滩, 沙洲
  1451. shock
    adj. 蓬乱的, 浓密的;打击
  1452. shook
    Past tense of shake
  1453. shrewd
    adj. 精明的, 刺骨的
  1454. shrink
    reduce收缩,缩短
  1455. shun
    vt. 避开, 避免
  1456. sickness
    The condition of being sick; illness.患病的状态;生病
  1457. signifies
    To denote; mean. 意味
  1458. Sincerity
    诚挚, 真实, 真挚,真诚
  1459. singe
    烧焦
  1460. singular
    n. 单数 adj. 单一的,异常的, 持异议的
  1461. sinister
    adj. 恶意的,凶兆的,险恶的
  1462. skulk
    To lie in hiding; To move about stealthily偷偷摸摸 -> scalp
  1463. slain
    Past participle of slay, To kill violently凶狠地杀死
  1464. slant
    n. 倾斜,斜面,斜线
  1465. slaughter
    n. 屠宰, 残杀, 屠杀
  1466. slaveholding
    蓄奴的
  1467. slender
    纤细的
  1468. slip
    To fall into fault or error.
  1469. slough
    n. 泥沼, 蜕的皮, 腐肉
  1470. smother
    v. 窒息
  1471. snare
    A trapping device, often consisting of a noose陷井
  1472. sneer
    嘲笑,讥讽
  1473. snout
    n. 猪嘴
  1474. so far
    adv. 迄今为止;就此范围(程度)来说
  1475. sob
    v. 哭诉, (风等)发呜咽声, 哭泣
  1476. sober
    冷静的,清醒的
  1477. Sodom
    罪恶之地:因罪恶和腐败而闻名的地方
  1478. soever
    At all; in any way:无论,不管
  1479. soil
    土壤泥土
  1480. solace
    Comfort in sorrow/misfortune/distress; consolation安慰
  1481. solemnly
    庄严地
  1482. solitary
    adj. 独自的,隐居的
  1483. solitude
    单独,孤独,独自
  1484. soot
    煤灰, 烟灰
  1485. sooth
    真实
  1486. sore
    pain/hurting; misery/distress, grievous疼痛的, 痛心的
  1487. sound
    healthy健全的
  1488. sovereign
    至高无上的,君主,主权独立的
  1489. spans
    掌距 thumb to the tip of the little finger (23 centimeters).
  1490. spare
    give, afford提供,付出;宽恕,使免遭
  1491. Spartan
    n. 斯巴达人, adj.简朴的
  1492. speckled
    有斑点的 on skin, plumage, or foliage.
  1493. spectacles
    n. 眼镜 spectacle: 公开展示, 奇观
  1494. spectator
    An observer of an event. 目击者;观众(指比赛或表演)
  1495. speculative
    theoretical 深思熟虑的;推测的,不确定的,投机性的
  1496. spell
    n. 符咒, 魅力, 轮班 vt. 拼写, 意味着, 轮值, 招致, 迷住
  1497. spew
    喷出,吐出;gush forth,To vomit
  1498. sponge
    海绵
  1499. spot
    stain or blot n.污渍,污点,地点, 场所, 现场
  1500. sprain
    v. 扭伤
  1501. sprang
    spring: v.(使) 跳跃, 使爆炸, 触发 n. 春天, 跃起, 泉, 弹性
  1502. sprung
    A past tense and the past participle of spring 跃出
  1503. spurn
    To reject disdainfully or contemptuously; (轻蔑地)拒绝
  1504. sputter
    vi. 唾沫飞溅, 发劈啪声, 急忙地讲
  1505. squad
    The smallest tactical unit of military personnel. 班
  1506. squander
    浪费waste 挥霍
  1507. squeal
    v. 长声尖叫,告密
  1508. squeamish
    过于吹毛求疵或拘泥细节的
  1509. squeeze
    挤出余地,塞挤,压榨
  1510. stable
    shelter of animals, especially horses and cattle.厩
  1511. staff
    A stick or cane carried as an aid in walking or climbing.杖
  1512. stagnant
    Not moving or flowing; motionless不动或不流动的,呆滞的
  1513. stamp
    v. 跺(脚), 顿(足), 压印
  1514. standard
    n. 旗, 军旗, 标准, 规格, 本位 adj. 标准的, 权威, 第一流的
  1515. standing
    常备的, fixed固定的
  1516. stands by
    To remain loyal to; 支持
  1517. starch
    n. 淀粉,<喻>拘谨, 古板 生硬
  1518. station
    vt. 驻扎
  1519. staunch
    strong or substantial坚实的
  1520. steadfastly
    坚定的
  1521. steed
    n.<诗>骏马, 战马
  1522. stench
    A strong, foul odor; a stink.恶臭
  1523. sterility
    不毛,贫乏
  1524. stern
    Inexorable; relentless毫不宽容的,无情的;苛刻的
  1525. sternly
    严厉地, 苛刻地
  1526. stifle
    vt. 使窒息, 抑制
  1527. stir
    n. 骚动, 搅动, 监牢
  1528. stock
    树干, 库存, 股票, 家畜, 托盘, 祖先, 血统, 原料
  1529. stony
    如石的,僵硬的
  1530. stool
    凳子,A toilet seat
  1531. storm
    To assault, capture, or captivate by storm.attack
  1532. stout
    健壮的
  1533. straggle
    游荡,闲逛
  1534. straggler
    n. 落伍士兵, 蔓生的枝叶, 游荡者, 流浪者, 落后者
  1535. straggling
    脱离队伍的, 落后的
  1536. strain
    v. 拉紧, 扯紧;wrench扭伤; 变形
  1537. streetcar
    有轨电车
  1538. strenuous
    艰巨的,热烈的
  1539. strenuously
    adv. 奋发地, 费力地
  1540. stretch
    伸展, 伸长
  1541. stride
    A single long step
  1542. strife
    n. 斗争, 冲突, 打斗,竞争
  1543. striking
    adj. 显著的, 惊人的, 罢工的,打击的
  1544. stud
    墙架上的直立柱,大头钉, 钮扣, 饰纽, 柱头螺栓, 马群
  1545. stump
    树桩, 残余, 烟头
  1546. stung
    of sting: v. 叮,螫,刺, 刺痛, 刺激
  1547. stupefaction
    麻木,麻醉
  1548. sturdily
    adv. 坚强地, 刚强地, 坚毅地
  1549. sturdy
    强健的,坚固的
  1550. sturgeon
    鲟鱼
  1551. subjugation
    To bring under control; conquer镇压, 平息
  1552. sublime
    令人敬畏的,宏伟壮观的;终极的典型
  1553. submission
    surrender (oneself)屈服
  1554. subside
    v. 下沉, 沉淀, 平息, 减退, 衰减
  1555. subsistence
    exist;livelihood生存,生计
  1556. substance
    物质,财产,物品
  1557. successively
    Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive
  1558. suffer
    允许,容许 To permit; allow
  1559. suffice
    vi. 足够, 有能力 vt. 使满足be sufficient
  1560. suffocate
    To kill by preventing access of oxygen.窒息
  1561. suffocation
    窒息
  1562. sulky
    adj. 生气的, 阴沉的
  1563. sullen
    adj.阴郁的,沉沉不乐的,迟钝的
  1564. sullenly
    adv. 不高兴地, 阴沉地
  1565. summer
    壮年全盛期的
  1566. sundry
    Various,miscellaneous各响种各样的
  1567. sunshine
    公开的
  1568. superb
    威严的;壮丽的
  1569. superfluous
    adj. 多余的, 过剩的, 过量的
  1570. superior
    较多的 n. 长者, 上级,上标字 adj. 较高的, 上级的,高傲的
  1571. supersede
    replace
  1572. supinely
    仰卧地
  1573. supplicate
    To ask for humbly or earnestly, as by praying.祈求
  1574. supplication
    n. 祈愿
  1575. surly
    傲慢的;粗暴的
  1576. surmise
    v. 推测
  1577. surprise
    To attack suddenly.突击,逮捕
  1578. swallow up
    淹没, 耗尽
  1579. swamp
    湿地 in woody plants and better drainage than a bog.
  1580. swarm
    A large number of insects or other small organisms成群
  1581. swarthy
    黝黑肤色的
  1582. swath
    n. 收割的刈痕, 细长的列
  1583. swathe
    vt. 绑, 裹, 包围
  1584. sway
    v. 摇摆, 摇动,歪,倾斜
  1585. swell
    v. 升起,扩散; 膨胀, 增大
  1586. swelling
    n. 河水猛涨,涨水
  1587. swiftly
    adv. 很快地, 即刻
  1588. swollen
    adj. 肿胀的;过分渲染的;夸张的 v. exaggerate
  1589. syllable
    音节 A syllabic unit
  1590. sympathy
    灵犀,相投,一致;同情
  1591. system
    The human body 身体系统
  1592. tack
    change the direction or course of a vessel抢风调向
  1593. tantalize
    挑逗
  1594. tarn
    n. 山湖
  1595. tarry
    v. 等候
  1596. tatter
    n. 碎布
  1597. tattered
    adj. 破烂的, 褴褛的
  1598. tavern
    sell alcoholic beverages.小酒店
  1599. tax
    v.tr. 耗费, 使负重担
  1600. temper
    v. 调和,缓合,调整
  1601. temperance
    n. 节制 温和
  1602. tempest
    n. 暴风雨
  1603. tempestuous
    adj. 暴风雨般的
  1604. temptation
    attraction, allurement n.诱惑, 诱惑物
  1605. tempter
    n. 诱惑者, 撒旦
  1606. tend
    To be disposed or inclined倾向,趋向;look after: 照料
  1607. tenure
    occupation占有
  1608. termagant
    A quarrelsome, scolding woman; a shrew 暴躁的,凶悍的
  1609. terrestrial
    adj. 陆地的
  1610. terribleness
    骇人的
  1611. testy
    adj. 易怒的, 暴躁的
  1612. thatch
    Plant stalks or foliage 茅草
  1613. the high Seas
    公海
  1614. thereat
    At that event; on account of that
  1615. thereof
    Of it.
  1616. therewith
    Immediately
  1617. thicket
    n. 灌木丛
  1618. thistle
    植蓟
  1619. tho
    though
  1620. thoughtfully
    adv. 思虑地, 仔细地
  1621. threshold
    门槛,阀值
  1622. throne
    王座.
  1623. throng
    v. 群集
  1624. through the medium of
    通过以...为媒介
  1625. thud
    vi. 砰的一声掉下, 轰的一声
  1626. thump
    v. 重击
  1627. thunder-bolt
    n. 霹雳, 雷电
  1628. thus
    adv. 因而, 如此
  1629. timidly
    adv. 胆小地, 羞怯地
  1630. tinker
    vi. Vt. 摆弄修理 fiddle
  1631. tinkle
    v 清脆的声响, 丁当作响
  1632. to and fro
    Back and forth. 来回地
  1633. toad
    蟾蜍, 癞蛤蟆
  1634. toil
    To labor continuously; work strenuously.辛苦,辛劳
  1635. tomahawk
    印第安战斧, 钺
  1636. torn
    Past participle of tear:扯撕, 撕破, 戳破
  1637. torture
    弯曲,拷问,折磨
  1638. toss
    v. 闲聊; 投, 掷
  1639. tracery
    装饰线条
  1640. trail
    behind, as along the ground:拖曳
  1641. train
    a sequence,series 一连串
  1642. tranquillity
    Free from commotion or disturbance
  1643. transact
    做、执行
  1644. transplantation
    (植物,器官) 移植
  1645. treasuring up
    珍藏,积攒
  1646. tremble
    vi. 战栗, 发抖, 震动, (树叶等)摇晃.摇动, 焦虑
  1647. tremor
    n. 战栗,抖颤,颤动
  1648. tremulous
    颤抖的
  1649. tressel
    n. 脚手架, 高架桥, 三角凳
  1650. trial
    审判
  1651. trifle
    Something of little importance or value.琐事
  1652. trifler
    n. 不务正业的人;吊儿郎当的人
  1653. trifling
    Of slight worth or importance微不足道的;无关紧要的
  1654. tripped up
    v. 绊倒, 使失败, 挑剔
  1655. Trist
    adj. A post, or station, in hunting <古>悲哀的, 忧郁的
  1656. triumph
    庆祝胜利或成功
  1657. triumphant
    Victorious欢欣鼓舞的
  1658. trivial
    Of little significance or value.
  1659. trod
    P&PP of tread: vt. 踩, 踏, 践踏, 跳
  1660. trudge
    跋涉:沉重吃力地行走
  1661. trumpet
    小号;喇叭、号角
  1662. try
    v.审判/审问;考验,磨炼
  1663. tub
    .盆
  1664. tulip
    郁金香
  1665. tumble
    To collapse;To fall or roll end over end.翻滚翻腾
  1666. tumultuous
    骚乱的,吵闹的;喧嚣的
  1667. turf
    草皮,草根土
  1668. turn
    转动
  1669. turning
    A deviation from a straight course; a turn.拐弯处
  1670. turret
    塔楼,炮塔
  1671. tyrannical
    残暴的,专横的
  1672. tyranny
    unjustly or cruelly暴政
  1673. tyrant
    暴君,专制君主
  1674. unalienable
    inalienable不可剥夺的
  1675. unanimity
    (全体)一致
  1676. unanimous
    Sharing the same opinions or views一致的
  1677. un-awed
    不敬畏的
  1678. unbecoming
    Not appropriate, attractive, or flattering; improper
  1679. uncharitable
    adj. 严厉的, 无情的, 不宽恕的
  1680. unconscious
    不省人事无意识的.
  1681. uncouth
    粗俗的,
  1682. undercurrent
    潜流,潜在倾向
  1683. undiminish
    v. (使)减少, (使)减损
  1684. undistinguished
    Marked by no peculiar quality; not distinguished;
  1685. ungainly
    awkward 不优雅的;难看的
  1686. ungrease
    vt. 未涂脂于, <俗>未贿赂
  1687. unimpaired
    未被削弱的
  1688. unless
    Except on the condition that
  1689. unmolested
    adj. 无苦恼麻烦的
  1690. unnerve
    vt. 使 失去勇气坚韧,
  1691. unplastered
    adj. 未抹灰泥的
  1692. unremitting
    Never slackening; persistent.坚持不懈的
  1693. unrequited
    adj. 无报答的, 无报酬的, 有仇未报的
  1694. unrivaled
    无敌的, 没有敌手或对手的
  1695. unruffle
    v. 安慰, 使平静,将物体弄平,
  1696. untoward
    Hard to guide or control; unruly.难于管教的
  1697. unwarrantable
    Not justifiable; inexcusable:不正当的
  1698. unwieldy
    adj. 笨拙的, 笨重的
  1699. upbraid
    v. 责备
  1700. upheaval
    突变,剧变
  1701. upheave
    v.tr. 从底下猛力地提起 v.intr. 被向上抛起
  1702. uphold
    support
  1703. uplift
    raise; elevate;提高,振奋
  1704. uproot
    To pull up from the ground.连根拔起
  1705. upshot
    结果;结局
  1706. urge
    To force or drive forward or onward; impel.推进,驱策
  1707. urn
    n. 瓮, 缸, 壶; 蒴壶
  1708. usher
    n. 引座员, 前驱 vt. 引导, 展示
  1709. usurer
    高利贷者
  1710. usurious
    高利贷的
  1711. usurpations
    侵占,篡权
  1712. utterance
    发声,说话(方式),言论
  1713. vacancy
    n. 空白, 空缺, 空闲, 空虚
  1714. vagary
    奇想,异常行为
  1715. vainglory
    虚荣,自负
  1716. valor
    Courage and boldness, as in battle; bravery. 英勇
  1717. valorously
    adv. 勇敢地,无畏地
  1718. valuables
    n. 贵重物品
  1719. vantage
    优势,优越
  1720. vapour
    n. 蒸汽
  1721. variegated
    adj. 杂色的, 斑驳的
  1722. vault
    储藏室;地下室;地窖;拱顶
  1723. vegetative
    capable of growth.生长的;有生长力的
  1724. velocity
    n. 速度, 迅速, 周转率
  1725. venery
    Indulgence in or pursuit of sexual activity纵欲
  1726. vengeance
    报复
  1727. venison
    鹿肉
  1728. venomous
    分泌毒液的
  1729. venture
    To brave the dangers of 冒险
  1730. verge
    v. 濒临 n. 边缘
  1731. verse
    prose; poetry. 韵文, 诗, 诗节, 诗句, 诗篇
  1732. vex
    To annoy 使麻烦,使烦恼
  1733. vexation
    烦恼
  1734. victual
    Food fit for human consumption食物
  1735. vie
    v. 竞争,较量 rival
  1736. vigilance
    Alert watchfulness.警惕,警戒
  1737. vigilant
    警惕的
  1738. villain
    A wicked or evil person; a scoundrel.暴徒恶棍
  1739. virtuous
    virtue, especially moral excellence 有德行的,贞洁的
  1740. visitation
    A visit of punishment / blessing by God. 天罚,天赐
  1741. visor
    n. 帽舌, 汽车遮阳板,面盔
  1742. vitality
    活力, 生命力
  1743. vivacity
    活泼
  1744. volley
    n. (箭, 弹)群射, 齐发, (质问, 咒骂等的)迸发
  1745. vow
    宣言An earnest promise
  1746. vulgar
    adj. 粗俗的, 庸俗的
  1747. vulture
    n. 秃鹰, 贪婪的人
  1748. wan
    adj. 苍白的, 无血色的, 病态的, 暗淡的, 无力的
  1749. wane
    变小, 衰退,亏缺
  1750. want
    lack
  1751. wanting
    Absent; lacking
  1752. warily
    adv. 留心地, 小心地, 警惕地
  1753. wax
    vi 变大, 增大, 月亮渐满;n.蜡, 蜡状物 vt. 上蜡于
  1754. wayfarer
    One who travels, especially on foot
  1755. wearied
    Physically or mentally fatigued疲倦的
  1756. weary
    不耐烦的,厌倦的
  1757. weather-stained
    adj. 因日晒雨淋而变色的
  1758. webbed
    作成蜘蛛网状的, 有蹼的
  1759. weed
    A plant considered undesirable or troublesome 杂草
  1760. welfare
    happiness, and good fortune安康
  1761. wench
    A young woman or girl, especially a peasant girl.村姑
  1762. wharf
    n. 码头 vt. 卸上码头, 靠在码头 vi. 靠码头
  1763. wheelbarrow
    n. 独轮手推车
  1764. whence
    n. 来处, 根源 adv. 从何处From where
  1765. whereby
    与…一致;通过, 借以
  1766. wherein
    During which
  1767. whet
    磨快,使更强烈
  1768. whilst
    while
  1769. whirlwind
    旋风
  1770. whisk
    拂过
  1771. whither
    To whatever place, result, or condition
  1772. wickedness
    n. 邪恶, 不道德
  1773. widen
    v. 加宽, 放宽, 扩展
  1774. will
    To decide on; choose. 决定,选择
  1775. willow
    柳树
  1776. wince
    v. 退缩
  1777. wind
    twist 蜿蜒
  1778. winged
    有翅膀的
  1779. wit
    n. 机智
  1780. withal
    In addition; besides
  1781. withdraw
    收回,提款,撤销
  1782. wither
    凋败, 枯萎
  1783. without
    在外部
  1784. withstand
    v. oppose顶住,低档
  1785. witty
    adj. 富于机智的, 诙谐的
  1786. wobble
    v. 摆动, 颤动, 摇摆
  1787. woe
    n. 悲哀
  1788. woful
    adj. 悲伤的, 不幸的
  1789. woodenness
    僵硬,木制
  1790. work
    行为; 工程结构; 防御工事
  1791. wrestler
    n. 摔跤选手
  1792. wretch
    A miserable, unfortunate, or unhappy person.可怜的人
  1793. wretched
    不幸的,悲惨的
  1794. wring
    v. 迫取; 绞, 扭, 榨取, 强求, 折磨,
  1795. wrinkle
    A line or crease in the skin, as from age.n. 皱纹,v. 皱折
  1796. wrong
    To treat dishonorably; violate.亵渎
  1797. wrought
    A past tense and a past participle of work
  1798. yearning
    n. 向往
  1799. yet
    At this time; for the present
  1800. yield
    屈服,投降
  1801. yonder
    更远的, 那边的
  1802. Yosemite
    A National Park in California
  1803. zeal
    n. 热诚
  1804. zigzag
    Z字型

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