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|discovery||n: the act or process of finding information, a place, or an object, or learning about something that was previously not known|
|doorway||n: an opening in a wall for a door to fit into|
|realm||n: a domain of activity, interest, or knowledge|
|fantastically||adv: in a manner that is extremely or unbelievably good, impressive, or bizarre; in a fanciful or imaginative way|
|paradoxical||adj: seemingly contradictory or absurd because of having two opposite features or facts, though it is probably true|
|creature||n: a living being, especially an animal|
|crawl||v: to move forward slowly, as people or animals with their bodies near the ground|
|troll||n: a person who makes inflammatory or off-topic posts on the internet; a supernatural creature often portrayed as a giant or dwarf that lives in isolated areas; (verb) to fish by dragging a baited line through the water behind a boat|
|enormous||adj: extremely large or great|
|brave||adj: showing courage or fearlessness in the face of danger, difficulty, or adversity|
|fan||n: a person who admires and supports a person, group, sport, sports team, etc.; a device for creating a current of air by the movement of a surface or surfaces|
|paradox||n: a statement, situation, or person that has two opposite facts or features and therefore seems impossible, is difficult to understand, or is strange;|
|release||v: to set free or allow to escape from confinement|
|grab||v: to take hold of something or someone suddenly with a hand, especially in a violent way|
|cheat||v: to act dishonestly or unfairly to gain an advantage or to deceive someone; to break the rules or laws|
|pause||v: to take a short break from talking or doing something before continuing|
|incredibly||adv: in a way that is very difficult to believe; exceedingly or extremely|
|coercive||adj: using force, threats, or intimidation to compel someone to do something against their will or desire; related to coercion|
|logic||n: a way of thinking or reasoning conducted or evaluated by strict validity principles; the study of correct reasoning or good arguments|
|invention||n: the creation of a new device or process resulting from study and experimentation; the act of inventing|
|puzzle||n: a situation that is difficult to follow or solve; a game, problem, or toy that tests a person’s ingenuity or knowledge; (verb) to cause someone to feel confused because of something difficult to understand|
|involve||v: to include or affect someone or something as a necessary part of something else|
|falsehood||n: a statement or belief that is untrue, often intentionally deceptive or misleading|
|craft||n: an activity that requires a particular skill in making things with one’s hands|
|similarly||adv: in almost the same way|
|willingness||n: the state of being ready or inclined to do something|
|wield||v: to possess and exercise power, authority, etc|
|scalpel||n: a small, sharp knife or blade used in surgery or dissection for cutting tissue or separating parts of the body|
|stomp||v: to walk heavily and noisily, often with a rhythmical sound; to dance with a rhythmical step|
|cheer||v: to give a loud shout to show support, praise, or approval|
|treasure||n: a valuable or desirable possession; something that is cherished or held dear; a collection of valuable objects or money that is hidden or protected|