• TO DUB
To give something or someone a particular name.
Places of interest.
• TO KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR something
To watch carefully for something.
• TO SHOWCASE
To show the best qualities or parts of something.
A large amount of money or valuable possessions that someone has.
• TO WORSHIP
To have or show a strong feeling of respect and admiration for God or a god.
A light or fire in a place that is easy to see, such as on the top of a hill, that acts as a warning or signal.
Not easy to find or get.
• TO TOPPLE
To (cause to) lose balance and fall down.
Source: Wonders of the World