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medievaladj: relating to or belonging to the Middle Age that is for the period of A.D.600 to A.D. 1450
invadev: to enter aggressively into another’s territory by military force for conquest and occupation
zombien: a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force; someone who acts or responds in a mechanical or apathetic way
dragonn: a mythical monster typically depicted as a giant reptile with wings, claws, and a fiery breath often portrayed as being fierce and dangerous
strugglev: to make a great effort to do something when it is difficult, or there are a lot of problems; to use force or violence to break away from restraint or constriction
nobleadj: having or showing excellent personal qualities or high moral principles that people admire
spann: the entire length of something, such as time or space from beginning to end; the amount of space that something covers
involvev: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else
massiveadj: enormous amount; very heavy and solid
castv: to cause light or shadow to appear on a surface; to assing or choose someone such as an actor or representative, especially by selection process
complexityn: the state or quality of being complicated or intricate and difficult to understand
motifn: a recurring element in an artistic or literary work, typically a particular image or idea; a theme that is repeated or elaborated in a piece of music
shiftingadj: constantly changing or moving
loyaltyn: the quality of being devoted or faithful to someone or something
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
basisn: the most important facts, ideas, or events from which something is developed; the way how things are organized or arranged
draman: a play in a theatre, television, or radio, or performance on a stage
thronen: a chair or seat of state for a monarch or other high-ranking person; the position of being a king or queen
sewv: to join, fasten, or repair two pieces of something by putting the thread through them with a needle
survivev: to live or exist despite a dangerous event or period
skipv: to move along lightly and quickly, making a step from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce; to intentionally fail to do something which would normally do
lingeringadj: continuing for a long time; persistent; remaining in a place or situation for longer than is usual or necessary; unwilling to leave
claimv: to assert that something is true; to demand or request something as one’s own; to lay legal or moral right to something; (noun) a demand or assertion of a right or something that one believes to be true
offspringn: descendant; any immature animal or plant
descendv: to move downward and lower; to come from, or to be connected by a relationship of blood
ensuev: to happen or follow as a result or consequence of something
symboln: something visible that is used to represent something else
associatev: to mentally connect someone or something with someone or something else
deposev: to compel to depart; to remove from office
cousinn: the child of your aunt or uncle
sporadicadj: occurring at irregular intervals or only in a few places; scattered
unrestn: a state of agitation or disturbance; lack of calm or peace
reignn: the period of time during which a monarch or government holds power; (verb) to be the king or queen
militaryadj: relating to or characteristic of members of the armed forces; of or relating to war or warfare
infantn: a baby or very young child
weak-willedadj: lacking strength and resolution in one’s willpower or ability to resist temptation or external influence; easily swayed or manipulated
dominatev: to have or control a lot of power and influence over somebody or something
advisern: a person who gives advice about a particular subject
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
convincedadj: completely certain about something; having a strong belief or conviction in a particular religion
ambitiousadj: having a great desire to attain achievement, power, or wealth
ruthlessadj: lacking in pity or compassion; willing to do whatever it takes to achieve their goals, regardless of the consequences for others
persecutev: to subject someone to hostility, ill-treatment, or harassment, especially because of their race, religion, or political beliefs; to oppress or mistreat someone because of their identity
threatn: a strong indication or likelihood of harm, danger, or adverse consequences; an expression of intent to inflict harm or injury on someone or something, often made as a means of coercion or intimidation
distrustn: a lack of trust or confidence in someone or something
loyaladj: giving or remaining firm and constant support to a person, institution, product, etc.;
increasinglyadv: more and more
sidelinen: a secondary or less significant job, interest, or activity; a line on the side of a sports field that players must stay behind; (verb) to remove someone from their position or role, often temporarily or as a result of a setback or failure
promotev: to encourage or persuade people to like, buy, use, do, or support something; to raise someone to a higher position or rank
criticismn: the act of analyzing, evaluating, or judging something, especially literary or artistic work, to find fault with it or to offer suggestions for improvement; the expression of disapproval or censure
ineptadj: lacking skill or aptitude; clumsy
handlev: to deal with a situation, problem, or strong emotion
exclusionn: the act of keeping someone or something out or preventing them from participating in or being part of something
transferv: to move, pass, or change from one person, place, or situation to another
mountv: to increase, go up, or advance gradually or continuously; to prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; to ride on something or someone
corruptibleadj: capable of being made to do something dishonest or immoral
widespreadadj: existing or happening in various places or among many people
discontentn: dissatisfaction or unhappiness with a situation or condition; a feeling of displeasure or disapproval
midstn: the middle part of people or things
chaosn: a state of complete confusion or disorder, often characterized by a lack of predictability or control
arrestv: to take into custody
reformn: the act of improving or correcting something that is wrong or bad; a change made to correct a flaw or problem
initiallyadv: at the beginning; at first
unsuccessfuladj: failing to accomplish an intended result or having an unfavorable outcome; not successful
appointv: to give someone a job or role, especially as a public official or member of an organization; to arrange or decide on a time or a place
protectorn: a person or thing that provides protection, support, or defense; a guardian or defender
realmn: a domain of activity, interest, or knowledge
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
breakdownn: a failure or collapse of a system or organization
suddenlyadv: quickly and unexpectedly
recoverv: to return to a former condition, health, mind, or strength
reversev: to change something’s direction, order, position, decision, etc., to the opposite one; (adjective) directed or moving toward the rear
fleev: to leave by running away, especially out of fear or danger
seizev: to catch or take hold of someone or something suddenly and forcibly; to capture the attention or imagination of something
reinstatev: to restore or bring back to a previous position, status, or condition; to return someone to a former job or position which they previously held
heirn: a person who has the legal right to receive someone’s money, property, or a title from another person when that person dies
crownn: a circular ornamental headdress, worn as a symbol of authority by a king, usually made of gold and precious stones
acquirev: to buy or obtain something such as an asset, object, knowledge, etc., for oneself
piken: a long weapon with a pointed metal head on a wooden shaft, typically used by foot soldiers in the past; a fish with a long body, sharp teeth, and a flattened snout; a toll road
capturev: to catch a person or an animal and confine them in an area which they cannot escape
exilen: the state of being forced to leave one’s country or home, typically for political or punitive reasons
crueladj: feeling or showing pleasure in causing pain or suffering to others
tragicadj: causing great sadness or suffering; very unfortunate
arrangev: to plan, prepare for, and carry out something
princessn: the daughter of a monarch; the wife or widow of a prince; woman or girl considered to be particularly good or admirable
widown: a woman whose spouse has died and who has not remarried
alienatedadj: feeling isolated, estranged, or disconnected from others, often due to a sense of difference or lack of belonging
jealousyn: a feeling of resentment or bitterness towards someone because they have something that you desire
recapturev: to take back control or possession of something
captivityn: the situation in which a person or animal is kept in prison or a space that they cannot escape from
peacefuladj: not involving violence, conflict, or war
bloodshedn: the act of shedding blood, often used to describe violence or war; injury or death caused by violence or conflict
resumev: to continue or begin anew after a pause or interruption
declarev: to say, state, or announce something clearly, officially, or publicly
nephewn: a son of your brother or sister
illegitimateadj: not legally valid or recognized
assumev: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance
ultimateadj: furthest or highest in degree or order
disappearv: to cease to exist or be visible
downfalln: a sudden or catastrophic decline or failure
descendantn: children or offspring of a specific person, plant, or animal
rebellionn: an act of violent or open resistance to an established government or ruler
grabv: to take hold of something or someone suddenly with a hand, especially in a violent way
splitv: to divide, or to make something divide into two or more parts, especially along a particular line
royaladj: relating to or belonging to the king or queen or a member of their family
defeatv: to win against somebody in a fight, war, or attempt
decisiveadj: making a clear and definite decision or choice; settling an issue
definev: to state or explain precisely the nature, scope, or meaning of something
fictionn: the type of book or story, especially novels, that describes imaginary events and people; anything made up or imagined that is not true
inspirev: to make somebody fill with the desire, confidence, or enthusiasm, especially to do something creative
victoryn: success in a game, competition, election, or battle, or the knowledge that you have won
uncertainadj: not being sure of something; not being able to choose
unstableadj: lacking solidity, persistence, or firmness and therefore not strong, safe, or likely to continue; lacking control of one’s emotions
fleetingadj: brief or temporary, lasting only a short time