Why These Words
Perturbation (anxiety), agitation (the act of disturbance), and usurp>Antidote (a cure; something that counteracts a poison), pristine (in perfect order), and purge (the removal of undesired qualities/individuals) all refer to the return to order. They each refer to the removal of disturbances.
Words relating to disorder: disease (p>Words relating to the return to order: undone (pg 337), cure (pg 339), cleanse (pg 340)
Perturbation: The nurse tried to ease Aaron’s p>
Antidote: Lisa was always careful to carry an antidote with her on hikes in case she was bitten by a venomous snake.
Agitation: Though she insisted she was calm, Henry could sense the agitation in his mother’s voice.
Pristine: The freshly cleaned hotel room was in p>
Purge: The drink was said to p>
Usurper: The town was distrustful of the new king, a usurper who had forcefully taken the throne.
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