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    Vocabulary Word List: Columbus, an explorer, vocabulary list:
    audacious, challenge, discovery, expedition, exploration, explorer, intrepid, intrigue, mysterious, sextant, valiant, voyage
    Columbus, an Explorer, Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com
    1)  Columbus recognized that this   would require even more money than he had planned.
    2)  Few sailors were as   as James who climbed to the top of the masts even in foul weather.
    3)  Another reputable   had already earned the confidence of several members of the royal family.
    4)  The brave crew showed courage in their willingness to pursue   of new lands.
    5)  Believers assumed that there was nothing   about the earnest pleas Columbus made to want to reveal distant lands.
    6)  John used the   daily in uncharted waters and wrote down positions of the ship in the log.
    7)  Tales of distant lands and possible riches tended to   many men who liked the open water.
    8)  Faced with not one   but many of them on board, Donald never lost faith.
    9)  No one was prepared to predict an exact amount of time that each   would last.
    10)  Far too many   sailors faced physical discomforts and hardships without major complaints.
    11)  Scholars agree that Columbus earned a more solid reputation with the   of San Salvador.
    12)  Queen Isabella did not deny that Columbus was making an   attempt for glory.