Greek Myth vocabulary words- Test on definitions April 8, 2016

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Greek Myth Vocabulary words from Minotaur and Theseus, Medusa and Trojan War stories- Test Friday, April 8, 2016

devoured
ate something quickly The hungry boy quickly devoured food.
labyrinth
a set of intersecting pathways, a maze The tunnels remind me of a labyrinth or maze.
haste
urgency or speed of movement or action I was in a hurry, so I painted with haste.
dismay
to upset, perturb, or cause to lose courage The enormity of the job will dismay them.
mercy
an act or feeling of compassion or kindness I showed mercy to a hungry dog, and fed him.
mischievous
sly and tricky in a playful or harmful manner He had the mischievous grin of a trickster.
reveler
a person who is enjoying themselves The revelers celebrated New Year’s Eve.  
rumbling
making a low rolling sound, like thunder I could hear thunder rumbling in the sky.
 

swift

fast or moving or acting quickly The swift boat quickly won the race.
 

oracle

giver of wisdom, or the wisdom given An oracle shares wisdom and foreknowledge.

 

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