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Study the word list: LAURUS: Year 8, set 2

Year 8 s second set of Spellzone words.

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hubris
One of the traits of a tragic hero is hubris. *
tragedy
Her sudden death was a great tragedy.
Odysseus
Odysseus took ten years to get back home. *
hospitality
The hotel was famous for its excellent hospitality.
cyclops
A cyclops has one eye.
accomplishments
He was proud of his accomplishments. *
courteously
Courteously, he offered her a glass of lemonade. *
regaled
The king was regaled with tales of great victory. *
meteorological
It was a meteorological disaster. *
atrocity
The battle was a total atrocity.
Xenia
Zeus expected humans to show good examples of Xenia. *
Odyssey
An Odyssey is a long and dangerous journey. *
perilous
Since the journey is perilous, be sure to bring a first-aid kit. *
intrigued
Sherlock was intrigued; it was a most interesting case. *

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: Laurus Ryecroft.

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