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abundant
adj. More then enough; plentiful
abundance
n. great amount
arid
adj. having little or no rainfall; very dry
distinct
adj. not the same;different or seperate
2. unmistakable;definite
graze
v. to feed on growing grass
2to touch lightly in passing
hectic
adj. full of feverish activity ,hast,or confusion
horde
n. a large group or crowd, especially one on the move
humid
adj. having a large amount of water or moisture in the air
humidity
n. the amount of moisture in the air
incredible
adj. hard or impossible to believe
inhabit
v. to live in or on
inhabitant
n. a person or animal that lives in a certain place
peninsula
n. a piece of land, connected to a larger land mass, that juts out and is almost completely surrounded by water
rural
adj. of or relating to the country and the people wholive there
sanctuary
n. a place of safty or shelter
2 protection offered by such a place
splendor
n. magnificence; brilliance of appearance
splendid
adj. very impresive; magnificent
squalor
n. filth; misery
squalid
adj. dirty and unfit for living, especially as a result of neglect
terrain
n. an area of land; a region
2the surrface features of a region