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Myths and Legends
The Myth of the Ghost
1. To make an undertaking or swear to do something or serve someone. 2. A spoken witness that a statement is true or a promise shall be kept.
To present goods, or a victim in way of sacrifice, to a god or deity.
Man-eating giant in folklore.
Occurrence that predicts or prophesises a good or evil happening.
1. Govern or treat somebody cruelly or unjustly. 2. Weigh somebody down with worry or sadness.
1. Ancient mode of deciding a person innocence or guilt by subjecting them to a physical test. 2. Experience that tests character or endurance.
Person cast out or cut off from home and family, homeless of friendless.
Person deprived of the protection of the law or operating outside the law.
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