Odyssey Vocabulary List

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Odyssey Vocabulary List
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  1. adj – found good, faithful, or trustworthy through experience or testing;
    subjected to trials or distress
    Tried
  2. adj – inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful,
    intense, or capable
    Formidable
  3. v – assemble (troops), esp. for inspection or in preparation for battle
    Mustered
  4. n – an uncouth or aggressive man or boy
    Louts
  5. adj – remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree; unnatural
    or abnormal
    Prodigious
  6. n – a dishonest or unprincipled man
    Rogue
  7. v – make (a structure) stronger or firmer with wood, iron, or other forms of
    support
    Brace
  8. v –  greatly dismay or horrify
    Appalled
  9. adj –  slow and clumsy because of great
    weight
    Ponderous
  10. n –  an abundance or large quantity of
    something
    Profusion
  11. adj –  of varying types; several
    Divers
  12. n –  a wise person
    Sage
  13. n –  the decaying flesh of dead animals
    Carrion
  14. n –  one's opponent in a contest,
    conflict, or dispute
    Adversary
  15. n – a person’s destiny
    Weird
  16. n –  an open declaration or
    acknowledgment
    Avowal
  17. n –  an open space surrounded by woods
    Glade
  18. v –  to show affection;  to court favor by a cringing or flattering
    manner
    Fawned
  19. adj –  exceptionally pleasing to taste
    or smell; worthy of the gods; divine
    Ambrosial
  20. adj –  brutishly coarse, gross, or sensual
    Swinish
  21. n –  entrails
    Innards
  22. n –  cautious and surreptitious action
    or movement
    Stealth
  23. n –  a thing likely to lure or tempt
    someone into harm or error
    Snare
  24. adj –  (of a situation or event)
    extremely serious or urgent
    Dire
  25. adj –  extremely unpleasant
    Vile

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