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Read [Esc] (1)  having a university degree; having completed training; having steps; arranged by grade, level, degree
E.g.Margaret loved her [___] set of Russian hollow wooden dolls; she spent hours happily putting the smaller dolls into their larger counterparts.

Spelling Word: graduated
Read [Esc] (2)  unrelenting; rigid; dismal and gloomy; cold and forbidding
E.g.Robert held her gaze for a long time, his expression [___] and slightly troubled.

Spelling Word: grim
Read [Esc] (3)  crawl or creep on ground; remain prostrate
E.g.Do we not [___] here long enough, eating and drinking like mere brutes?

Spelling Word: grovel
Read [Esc] (4)  free from deceit; sincere; honest
E.g.He is naive, simple, and guileless; he cannot be guilty of fraud.

Spelling Word: guileless
Read [Esc] (5)  sealed by fusion so as to be airtight
E.g.After you sterilize the bandages, place them in a container and seal it with a [___] seal to protect them from contamination by airborne bacteria.

Spelling Word: hermetic
Read [Esc] (6)  prevent from being seen or discovered
E.g.But he did not [___] their disagreement over Kyoto.

Spelling Word: hide
Read [Esc] (7)  of the same or similar nature or kind
E.g.Because the student body at Elite Prep was so [___], Sara decided to send daughter to another school that offered greater cultural diversity.

Spelling Word: homogeneous
Read [Esc] (8)  unfriendliness; hatred; state of being hostile
E.g.This opposition may take one of the forms already described, some other forms which have been overlooked, but the root of the [___] is the same in all.

Spelling Word: hostility
Read [Esc] (9)  hang about; wait nearby; remain floating
E.g.He held the aircraft to [___] on the lake and listened over his headset.

Spelling Word: hover
Read [Esc] (10)  rabies, especially in human beings; abnormal fear of water
E.g.A dog that bites a human being must be observed for symptoms of [___].

Spelling Word: hydrophobia