Host - a person or organization that provides hospitality or entertainment to guests
“The hotel staff were excellent hosts, making sure their guests had everything they needed for a comfortable stay.”
Churning - agitating or stirring something up vigorously
“The waves were churning up the sand on the beach, making it difficult to walk.”
Cauldron - a large metal pot with a lid and handle, used for cooking over an open fire
“The witch stirred her potion in the cauldron, adding ingredients one by one.”
Loop - a shape that curves round and crosses over itself
“The roller coaster went through several loops, giving riders an exhilarating experience.”
Magnetic - having the properties of a magnet; attracting iron and certain other materials
"The magnetic strip on the back of the credit card stores important information about the cardholder."
Reversal - a change to an opposite direction, position, or course of action
"The team staged a comeback in the second half, leading to a reversal of their earlier defeat."
Propagates - spreads or transmits something, such as an idea or disease, to others
"The rumor propagated quickly through the school, causing many students to worry."