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pioneer  Speak
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sudden outburst of anger; state of vexation caused by a perceived slight or indignity
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devout; religious; exhibiting strict, traditional sense of virtue and morality
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very small portion or allowance assigned, whether of food or money
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originator; explorer
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a. Syn. scanty
occurring, growing, or settled at widely spaced intervals; not thick or dense

Spelling Word: sparse
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wrest  Read
v. obtain by pulling or violent force; to seize; to pull or twist violently

Even if Britain remains intact, Scotland appears set to wrest more powers from the central government in London.

Added on 2017-10-20
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wrest: v. obtain by pulling or violent force; to seize; to pull or twist violently
pundit: n. a learned man, a source of opinion, a critic
scrabble: v. move something about by making rapid movements back and forth with the hands or paws; to scrape or scratch powerfully with hands or claws
surreptitious: a. stealthy, furtive, well hidden, covert
prosaic: a. straight-forward; plain and simple to the point of boring
frustrate: v. to hinder or thwart; to disappoint or defeat