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SCP Readings: SCP-029 Daughter of Shadows | object class keter | Humanoid / hostile scp

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Video Vocabulary

/inˈkoun(t)ər/

encounter
noun verb

A chance meeting; unexpected or unplanned meeting. unexpectedly be faced with.

/pərˈmiSHən/

permission
noun

action of officially allowing someone to do particular thing.

/ˈabsəˌl(y)o͞otlē/

absolutely
adverb

totally.

/ˈCHāmbər/

chamber
noun verb

large room. place bullet.

/dəˈlivər/

deliver
verb

hand over letter or goods.

/ˈsərkəmˌstans/

circumstances
noun other

relevant fact or condition. Situations, e.g. person's financial situation.

/dəˈten(t)SH(ə)n/

detention
noun

Act of keeping someone in jail or similar.

/ˈsəstənəns/

sustenance
noun

food and drink regarded as source of strength.

/inˈkärsəˌrāt/

incarcerated
adjective verb

In prison. imprison or confine.

/ˈfizik(ə)l/

physical
adjective noun

relating to body. medical examination.

/kənˈtānmənt/

containment
noun

action of keeping something harmful under control or within limits.

/CHekt/

checked
adjective verb

having pattern of small squares. To leave your things with staff who look after it.

/əˈlou/

allowed
verb

To let or permit someone do something.

/klēn/

cleaned
verb

make clean.

/ˈnəTHiNG/

nothing
adjective adverb noun pronoun

of no value. not at all. Number or value of zero. not anything.