Gossamer -    

Lime-leaf-

Rose-tree-

Profound-

pinions-

skylark-

bouyant-

exulting-

swells

ecstacy

bland- lacking strong features or characteristics and therefore uninteresting

aquatic- relating to water

humidity-  the concentration of water vapor present in the air

conductor- a person who directs the performance of an orchestra or choir

conformation- the shape or structure of something, especially an animal

torrid-zone- area of the Earth near the equator

equilibrium- a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced

maize- another name for corn

boundlessness- unlimited or immense

March 1, 2024.

Distinctly- in a distinct manner; clearly:

Blustering- characterized by strong, gusty wind:

Quivering-

adjective

  1. trembling or shaking with a slight, rapid motion, or seeming to tremble or shake:

Crept-

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of creep.

Breathed-

adjective Phonetics.

  1. not phonated; unvoiced; voiceless.

Quadrupeds-

noun

quadrupeds (plural noun)

  1. an animal which has four feet, especially an ungulate mammal:”smell is so important to quadrupeds” · “primitive quadruped simian species

Ferocity-

noun

  1. the state or quality of being ferocious:

Enterprising-

Concealing-

verb

concealing (present participle)

  1. keep from sight; hide:”a line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea”

Tenacity-

noun

  1. the quality or fact of being able to grip something firmly; grip:”the sheer tenacity of the limpet”

Enormously

adverb

  1. to a very great degree or extent; considerably:”quality of life varies enormously from one place to another” · “she has been enormously successful”

Conjuring-

noun

conjuring (noun)

  1. the performance of tricks which are seemingly magical, typically involving sleight of hand:”a conjuring trick”

Appeased-

verb

appeased (past tense) · appeased (past participle)

  1. pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands:”amendments have been added to appease local pressure groups”

Commenced-

verb

commenced (past tense) · commenced (past participle)

  1. begin; start:

Eminence-

noun

  1. fame or recognized superiority, especially within a particular sphere or profession:”her eminence in cinematography”

Hindmost-

hind·most

[ˈhīn(d)ˌmōst]

adjective

  1. furthest back:

improbable-

adjective

  1. not likely to be true or to happen

familiarity-

noun

  1. close acquaintance with or knowledge of something

magnanimity-

noun

  1. the fact or condition of being magnanimous; generosity:

Reprove-

verb

  1. reprimand or censure (someone)

contemptible-

adjective

  1. deserving contempt; despicable

deception-  the act of causing someone to accept as true or valid what is false or invalid

approbation-

noun

formal

  1. approval or praise

rapturous-

adjective

  1. characterized by, feeling, or expressing great pleasure or enthusiasm

pernicious-

adjective

  1. having a harmful effect, especially in a gradual or subtle way

contemplate-

verb

  1. look thoughtfully for a long time at

invigorated-

verb

invigorated (past tense) · invigorated (past participle)

  1. give strength or energy to

eminently-

adverb

  1. to a notable degree; very