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conveyance  Speak
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goat's horn overflowing with fruit and grain; symbol of abundance
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accompany for protection, either by sea or land; attend for protection; escort
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unnatural and violent contraction of the muscular parts of an animal body; any violent and irregular motion or agitation; violent shaking; tumult
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act of conveying; tools of conveying, especially vehicle for transportation
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n. Syn. excuse
excuse; something serving to conceal plans; fictitious reason

Spelling Word: pretext
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ponder  Read
v. to think deeply and thoroughly

The last of the Doolittle Raiders, all in their 90's, offered a final toast Saturday to their fallen comrades, as they pondered their place in history after a day of fanfare about their 1942 attack on Japan.

Added on 2018-09-21
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ponder: v. to think deeply and thoroughly
verisimilitude: n. the property of appearing to be true or real
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spiral: v. rise or fall with steady acceleration; increase continually
equine: a. relating to, or characteristic of a horse
mythos: n. myth; mythology; story or set of stories having significant truth or meaning for particular culture, religion, or other group
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