World War 1 Poetry

(Adj.

) Ardent

Definition: Enthusiastic or passionateSynonym: Passionate

(N.) Arrears
Definition: Money that is owed or should have been paid earlierSynonym: Debts

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(N.) Barricade
Definition: An improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay movement of opposing forces.Synonym: Roadblock, barrier

(Adj.

) Blissful

Definition: Extremely happy; filled with joy.Synonym: Ecstatic

(N.) Brambles
Definition: A prickly scrambling shrub or vine.Synonym: Prickly bush

(V.) Conceal
Definition: Keep from sight; hide.Synonym: Cover

(Adj.

) Cosmopolitan

Definition: Familiar and at ease with many different countries and culturesSynonym: Experienced, Well-Traveled, Worldly

(V.) Cowed
Definition: Cause someone to submit one’s wishes by intimidation.Synonym: Bully

(N.) Dearth
Definition: A scarcity or lack of something.

Synonym: Shortage

(V.) Disputed
Definition: To argue about something or discuss heatedly.Synonym: Debate

(V.) Dole
Definition: Distribute shares of somethingSynonym: Allocate, Distribute

(Adj.) Droll
Definition: Curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement.

Synonym: Funny, Humorous

(N.) Ecstasy
Definition: An overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joy.Synonym: Bliss

(.V) Enquire
Definition: Ask for information for someone.Synonym: Ask, Investigated

(V.

) Floundering

Definition: Stagger or struggle helplessly or clumsily in water or mud.Synonym: Flail

(N.) Ichor
Definition: A fluid that flows like blood in the veins of gods/godesses. Any blood like fluid.Synonym: Blood like

(Adj.) Impetuous
Definition: Acting or done quickly without thought or careSynonym: Impulsive, Rash

(N.) Incurable
Definition: (Of a sick person or a disease) not able to be cured.Synonym: Untreatable, incurable

(Adj.) Invincible
Definition: Too powerful to be defeated or overcome.Synonym: Indestructable

(Adj.) Laurelled
Definition: Adorned with or as with a laurel.Synonym: Decorated

(N.) Nonchalance
Definition: Calm and relaxed, not anxiousSynonym: Chill, Calm, Relaxed

(N.) Orisons
Definition: A prayer.Synonym: Prayer

(N.) Pall
Definition: A cloth spread over a coffin or tomb.Synonym: A cloth

(N.) Pallor
Definition: An unhealthy pale appearance.Synonym: Paleness

(N.) Parapet
Definition: A low protective wall along the edge of a roof, bridge, or balcony.Synonym: Wall

(Adj.) Poignant
Definition: Evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.Synonym: Sad

(N.) Poppy
Definition: A type of flowerSynonym: N/A

(N.) Pyre
Definition: A heap of combustible material, especially one for burning a corpse as part of a funeral ceremony.Synonym: Heap

(N.) Rendezvous
Definition: A meeting at an agreed time and place, typically between two people.Synonym: Meeting

(Adj.) Salient
Definition: Most noticeable or important.Synonym: Main

(Adj.) Sardonic
Definition: Grimly mocking cynical.Synonym: Mocking, sarcastic

(Adj.) Scarce
Definition: Insufficient for demand.Synonym: Scant

(N.) Sentries
Definition: A soldier stationed to keep guard or to control access to a place.Synonym: Guard

(.) Shires
Definition: A county, especially in England.Synonym: N/A

(N.) Shrapnel
Definition: Fragments of a bomb, shell, or other object thrown out by an explosion.Synonym: Fragments of explosives

(Adj.) Sinister
Definition: Giving the impression that something harmful or evil is happening or will happen.Synonym: Menacing, Foreboding

(N.) Subjection
Definition: The action of subjecting a country or person to one’s control or the fact of being subjected.Synonym: Domination

(N.) Zest
Definition: Great enthusiasm or energy.Synonym: Eagerness