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swale
n. an elongated depression in land that is at least seasonally wet or marshy, is usually heavily vegetated, and is normally without flowing water
nitty
adj. infested with nits
litany
any long or tedious speech or recital; A liturgical prayer consisting of a series of petitions recited by a leader alternating with fixed responses by the congregation.
vile
adj. horrible; wicked; disgusting
mote
small speck (esp. of dust)
salvable
adj. capable of or suitable for being saved or salvaged
stoke
to stir up or tend; of a fire
tattered
adj. 1. Torn into shreds; ragged. 2. Having ragged clothes
chalice
goblet; consecrated cup
spring-loaded
containing a compressed spring that presses one part against another
krugerrand
n. a one-ounce gold coin of the Republic of South Africa
dovetail
n. A fan-shaped tenon that forms a tight interlocking joint when fitted into a corresponding mortise. v. To combine or interlock into a unified whole:
portico
n. A porch or walkway with a roof supported by columns, often leading to the entrance of a building.
rack
n. a framework for holding, carrying, or displaying a specific load or object
veer
1. To turn aside from a course, direction, or purpose; swerve. 2. To let out or release (a line or an anchor train).