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reprisal  Speak
act of making copies
extreme dislike or aversion; opposition; conflict; resistance, in a physical sense
expression of blame or censure; censure for a fault; reproach
action taken in return for injury or offense
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v. Syn. anticipate; predict
anticipate; predict

Spelling Word: foresee
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sleet  Read
n. a mixture of rain and snow or hail; rain which freezes before reaching the ground

The dress code was layers and layers of clothes and a good pair of boots to withstand snow, wind, rain and sleet.

Added on 2018-07-19
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