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|spartan||adj: of or relating to Sparta (= a prominent city-state in Laconia, in ancient Greece) or its people; showing self-discipline and determination, especially in the face of hardship or adversity|
|ancient||adj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old|
|grueling||adj: extremely tiring or demanding great effort, especially with long duration or intensity|
|bloody||adj: covered in or smeared with blood; involving or characterized by bloodshed or brutality|
|conflict||n: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals|
|rage||n: a strong feeling of anger or violence|
|constantly||adv: all the time|
|remarkable||adj: worthy of attention because unusual or special|
|deformity||n: a physical abnormality or distortion|
|deem||v: to consider or decide something in a particular way|
|unlikely||adj: not probable or likely to happen|
|toss||v: to throw something carelessly with a light motion|
|gorge||n: a deep narrow valley between hills or mountains, usually with steep sides and a river running through it|
|cruel||adj: feeling or showing pleasure in causing pain or suffering to others|
|relentless||adj: persistent and determined; continuing despite difficulties or setbacks|
|historic||adj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so|
|essay||n: a short piece of writing on a particular topic, usually written by a student as a port of a course of study|
|march||v: to walk militarily with stiff, regular steps|
|relief||n: a feeling of happiness and relaxation that comes when something burdensome is removed or reduced|
|rivalry||n: competition or opposition between people or groups, especially in sports or business|
|militarism||n: a political belief of a people or a government that a country should maintain a strong military force and be prepared to use it aggressively to defend or promote national interests|
|dominate||v: to have or control a lot of power and influence over somebody or something|
|birthplace||n: the house, town, etc., where someone was born|
|democracy||n: a form of government in which the people have the authority to deliberate and decide legislation, or to choose governing officials to do so|
|rigid||adj: extremely strict and difficult to change or adapt; incapable of or resistant to bending|
|extraordinary||adj: exceptional, unexpected, very unusual; surpassing the ordinary or usual|
|accomplishment||n: the successful completion of a task or goal; an ability that has been acquired by training|
|philosophy||n: the study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about existence, reason, knowledge, values, mind|
|playwright||n: a person who writes plays|
|platonic||adj: (of relationship or emotion) friendly or affectionate but not sexual|
|temporarily||adv: for a limited time only or not permanently|
|defeat||v: to win against somebody in a fight, war, or attempt|
|attempt||n: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult|
|invasion||n: army’s act of forcibly entering another country or territory to take control of it|
|compete||v: to strive to achieve more success than someone or something|
|repeatedly||adv: again and again; many times|
|clash||n: a fight or argument between two groups of people; a loud noise caused by striking against something|
|fame||n: the condition of being well-known and discussed by a large number of people as a result of one’s accomplishments, abilities, and so on|
|abrupt||adj: sudden and unexpected|
|invade||v: to enter aggressively into another’s territory by military force for conquest and occupation|
|swallow||v: to make food, drink, pills, etc., pass down your throat into your stomach; (noun) small long-winged songbird noted for swift, graceful flight and the regularity of its migrations|
|empire||n: a group of countries ruled by one leader or government|
|extended||adj: longer than usual or anticipated|
|laconic||adj: using very few words to say something, especially in speech|
|derive||v: to obtain or receive something from a source|
|taciturn||adj: habitually silent or uncommunicative|
|attitude||n: the way you think and feel about someone or something|
|whip||v: to hit a person or an animal severely with a thin, flexible stick with a cord or leather thong at the end, as a punishment, discipline, etc.|
|Acropolis||n: a citadel in ancient Athens, Greece, on a high hill with the Parthenon temple|
|construct||v: to build or create something; to assemble or combine different parts to form something whole|