Verb- to increase in size, amount, and degree
Argument
Verb- to detect with eyes
Discern
Noun- fame;honor
Renown
Adjective- heavily and elaborately decorated
Ornate
Verb- to take apart
Dismantle
Adjective- not safe or secure; dangerously uncertain
Precarious
Adjective- having to do with shepherds and herders
Pastoral
Verb- to mimic
Impersonate
Verb- to quarrel in q noisy or angry way
Wrangle
Noun- an intense or extreme enthusiasm or excitement
Mania
Verb- to discourage or prevent from taking action
Deter
Noun- a natural gift or ability; a talent
Flair
Noun- something new
Innovation
Noun- wealthy nde powerful businessperson
Tycoon
Adjective: kind; gracious; gentle
Benign
Adjective- greatly respected;holy ; sacred
Hallowed
Noun- one able to do skilled work with hands; a craft person
Artisan
Noun- money or property left to another in will
Legacy
Noun- a complete view of surrounding area
Panorama
Verb- to cut in order to study
Dissect
Noun- anything that is puzzling, mysterious, and hard to figure out
Enigma
Verb- to cover with liquid
Immerse
Adjective- annoying;tedious
Irksome
Adjective- not bringing about the disired result, futile
Ineffectual
Verb- to exchange goods or services without the use of money
Barter