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byzantineadj: characterized by a complex and often convoluted administrative system or set of rules; intricate and hard to understand
emperorn: the male ruler of an empire
horden: a large group of people or animals, especially one that is chaotic or uncontrolled
holyadj: of or related to a god, divine power, or a particular religion
relicn: an object from a previous era, especially one of historical value
Christendomn: the Christian world considered a collective body
veiln: a piece of fine cloth worn by women to cover or conceal the face; (verb) to cover, conceal, or obscure
belongv: to be the property of someone or something; to be a member or part of a group; to be in the proper or appropriate place
virginn: a person who has never had sex; (adjective) being used or worked for the first time
unfortunatelyadv: by bad luck; unluckily
defeatv: to win against somebody in a fight, war, or attempt
fleev: to leave by running away, especially out of fear or danger
stabv: to cause harm with a sharp, pointed object, such as a knife
buttockn: either of two fleshy masses at the lower end of the human trunk, formed mainly by the gluteal muscles and used for sitting and walking; the hindquarters of an animal
stashv: to store or hide something in a safe or secret place, especially for future use
bushn: a plant growing thickly with many small branches and several stiff stems coming up from the root
slayv: to kill violently, especially with a weapon
rescuev: to save someone or something from a dangerous or difficult situation
comraden: a close associate, friend, or companion, especially one who shares one’s interests, beliefs, or political convictions; a fellow member of an organization, especially a military or political group, who shares a common cause or objective
recountv: to describe what happened or to narrate a story
reignn: the period of time during which a monarch or government holds power; (verb) to be the king or queen
ancientadj: relating to the long ago, particularly the historical period preceding the fall of the Western Roman Empire; very old
epicn: a long and eventful or heroic history, story, poem, or film; (adjective) very imposing or impressive
historicadj: famous or significant in history, or potentially so
trickyadj: requiring care and skill because challenging to do or deal with
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
princessn: the daughter of a monarch; the wife or widow of a prince; woman or girl considered to be particularly good or admirable
balancen: a condition in which everything has the same weight or force; something left after other parts have been taken away
loyaltyn: the quality of being devoted or faithful to someone or something
kinshipn: the state or fact of being related to someone
obligationn: the state of being morally or legally bound to do or pay something
portrayv: to depict or describe someone or something in a painting, film, book, or other artistic work
accurateadj: correct and exact in all details
navigatev: to plan and direct the way that a ship, plane, etc. will travel, often by using a map
embarrassv: to cause someone to feel awkward, worried, or ashamed
lifetimen: the duration of someone’s life or something’s existence;
participatev: to take part in something
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
undertakingn: a task, business, assignment, or project, especially one that is essential or challenging
seizev: to catch or take hold of someone or something suddenly and forcibly; to capture the attention or imagination of something
empiren: a group of countries ruled by one leader or government
brutaladj: harsh or cruel
revoltn: to take violent action against authority, especially government or ruler
declinev: to become gradually smaller, fewer, worse, etc.; to refuse to accept
threatenv: to utter intentions of injury or punishment against someone
Normanadj: relating to or characteristic of the Normans, a people who originally came from Normandy, France, and who had a significant impact on the history and culture of Britain and other European countries; the term can also refer to a style of architecture or art that developed during the Norman period
raidn: a sudden short attack, usually by soldiers, ships, or aircraft
adolescentn: a young person who is in the process of developing from a child into an adult
constantadj: happening repeatedly or all the time
militaryadj: relating to or characteristic of members of the armed forces; of or relating to war or warfare
frontiern: a border that separates two countries, or the area near this line
strikingadj: attractive and distinctive enough to draw notice; exceedingly appealing, frequently in an odd manner
uneasyadj: causing or feeling anxiety or discomfort
crusadern: a person who is committed to a cause or campaign that they see as being beneficial or righteous; historically, a person who took part in the medieval military campaigns to retake the Holy Land from the Muslims
etiquetten: a set of rules and norms governing polite and proper behavior in social situations or professional contexts
biblen: the sacred writings of the Christian religions, consisting of the Old and New Testaments; a book regarded as authoritative in its field
preferv: to like, choose, or want one thing or person better than another
mythn: an ancient story or set of stories accepted as history, especially explaining the worldview of a people
philosophyn: the study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about existence, reason, knowledge, values, mind
eventuallyadv: finally, particularly after a long time or a lot of struggle, complications, and so on
expandv: to increase or to make something greater in size, number, or importance
rhetoricn: speech or writing intended to please or persuade someone; the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively in spoken or written form
mathematicsn: the science dealing with the logic of quantities, shapes, spaces, and arrangement
astronomyn: the scientific study of objects and matter outside the Earth’s atmosphere, especially the positions, motions, and evolution of celestial bodies
medicinaladj: of or relating to the treatment or cure of disease
scholarn: professor; a person who studies a topic in considerable depth, particularly in a university
complainv: to say dissatisfaction or annoyance about something or somebody
quellv: to put an end to or suppress something, often a disturbance, rebellion, or emotion; to calm or quiet down
conflictn: a strong disagreement, argument, or a violent clash between two opposing groups or individuals
strengthenv: to become stronger or more effective; to make someone or something stronger or more effective
fortunateadj: having good luck or lucky
intellectn: the ability to think logically and comprehend information, especially at an advanced level
debaten: a formal discussion or argument of opposing viewpoints, often to persuade others to adopt a specific position; a public discussion, often on an issue of current interest, in which participants offer opinions and differing perspectives
excursionn: a short trip or outing, often for leisure or educational purposes, sometimes organized by a group or institution; a deviation or departure from a usual or regular course of action or behavior
territoryn: an area under the control of a ruler or state
imperialadj: relating to or associated with an empire or the person or country that rules it
advocaten: a person who supports or suggests an idea, development, or way of doing something
disputen: a disagreement, argument, or controversy between two people, groups, or countries, especially a formal one
ascendv: to go or move upward; to become king or queen; to inherit something, such as a power
thronen: a chair or seat of state for a monarch or other high-ranking person; the position of being a king or queen
scholarshipn: a grant or payment made to support a student’s education usually awarded based on academic or other achievements
arguev: to express differing opinions or points of view, often in a heated or contentious manner; to present a case or reasoning to persuade or convince others
disagreev: to have or express a different opinion, idea, etc.
meritn: the quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially to deserve praise or reward
spann: the entire length of something, such as time or space from beginning to end; the amount of space that something covers
tumultn: a state of great confusion, commotion, or disturbance; a loud, confused noise, as of people shouting
reactionn: a response that reveals a person’s feelings or attitude; (in chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others
emotionaladj: relating to people’s feelings
palatableadj: having a pleasant or acceptable taste; pleasing or agreeable to the mind or senses; easily tolerated or accepted
evidentadj: apparent to the mind, senses, or judgment
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
invaluableadj: extremely useful, important, or valuable; describing something that cannot be measured in terms of monetary or material worth
eyewitnessn: someone who sees an event, especially a crime or accident, happen and can describe what happened
narrativen: a story or a description of a series of events or process of telling a story