Intervene: come between so as to prevent of alter a result or course of an event
Sentence: Japanese felt as if the United States was trying to intervene
Emerged: become apparent, important, or prominent
Sentence: The attack on Pearl Harbor led the United States and Japan to have an emerging event.
Amphibious: living in, or suited for both land and water
Sentence: turtles are amphibious animal.
Wreckage: the remains of something that has been badly damaged
Sentence: The plane was wreckage before they repaired it
a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause
Sentence: Japan left the United States feeling melancholy after the attack.
Barracks: a building or group of buildings used to house soldiers or large groups of people
Sentence: when the war was done since the town was so damaged they had to send people to barracks until their homes were repaired
Pillars: a person of a thing regarded as reliably providing essential support for something
Sentence: The United States government wasn’t a pillar for the attack.
Isolationism: a policy of remaining apart from the affairs or interests of other groups
Sentence: The United States had to agree to be isolationism during this attack
Casement: window set on a hinge so that it opens like a door.
Sentence: The windows in my house are casement