Triumphantly – Show of happiness or joy at a victory or achievement.
Conserve – Protect something from harm or destruction.
Numbed – Poor feeling or responsiveness.
Fastidious – Very concerned about accuracy and detail.
Reluctance – Unwillingness or disinclination to do something.
Verge – Be close or similar to something.
Exultation – A feeling of great happiness and excitement.
Cultivated – Refined and well educated.
Strides – A step or stage in progress toward an aim.
Swathes – A row of grass that mow or reaped.
Gorge – A narrow valley between hills or a mountain.
Eddying – Something that move circular way.
Ponderous – Dull, laborious or excessively solemn.
Faltered – Start to lose strength or momentum.
Anguish – A physical pain or suffering.
Unalterable – Is not capable of moving.
Veld – A thinly forested characteristic part of southern Africa.
Stoicism – The endurance of pain or hardship without display of feeling or complaint.
Fancied – Feel a desire or liking for.
Incredulously – Unwilling or unable to believe something.
Sulkily – something done in a manners that shows unhappiness.
Dismay – Cause someone to feel consternation and distress.
Homeward – Going or leading toward home.
Defiantly – In a manner that shows resistance and bold disobedience.