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The Scroll Marked 2:

I will greet this day with love in my heart.

henceforth

from now on; from this point forward

  • Henceforth, supervisors will report directly to the manager.

laud

to praise a person publicy.

  • He gave a speech that lauded the president's achievements.

exultation

a feeling of great joy and triumph

  • Crowds cheered in exultation when the king announced that the enemy had been defeated.

encumbered

weighed down by something that makes it difficult for you to do something.

  • Today, thankfully, women tennis players are not encumbered with long, heavy skirts and high-necked blouses.

zealous

enthusiastic and eager

  • He thought the reporters were too zealous in their attempts to get into the event.

cherish

to protect and care for someone lovingly; to keep hopes or memories in your mind because they are important to you and bring you pleasure.

  • We cherish the many memories we have our dear mother.

complacent

feeling so satisfied with your own abilities or situation that you feel you do not need to try any harder.

  • We can't afford to become complacent about any of our products.

to let blood

to cause blood to flow; to bleed

  • The doctor made made a cut in the patient's arm and let the blood from his veins.

Bloodletting is the ancient practice of withdrawing blood from a patient in order to cure illness or disease.

repulse

to drive back; repel; rebuff, snub, shun

  • She repulsed the man's advances.

sustain

to supply with nourishment; to support something to keep it going

  • If you get hungry in the mid-afternoon, you might try snacking to sustain your energy through dinner.