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assimilate
 
 
(1)
v.  E.g. The manner in which the United States was able to assimilate immigrants during the 19th and early 20th century will always be a source of pride to Americans.
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incorporate and absorb into mind; make similar; cause to resemble
make a copy of, usually with the intent to defraud; forge
integrate; compose; combine so as to form a new, complex product
isolate; separate; keep away from others
disclose; reveal; tell in confidence
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camouflage
 
 
(2)
v.  E.g. In order to rescue Han Solo, Princess Leia decided to camouflage herself in the helmet and cloak of a space bandit.
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foretell; serve as an omen or a warning of; indicate by prediction
extend; make or become longer
exploit natural surroundings to disguise something; conceal
erupt; blow up; burst violently as a result of internal pressure
keep or confine within limits
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cooperative
 
 
(3)
a.  E.g. Local and regional officials must come up with a cooperative effort to prevent that from happening in our region.
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done with or working with others
in opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to oppose
lazy; disinclined to work or exertion; inactive; sluggish
leading; main; primary; first in time or place
ferocious; savage; extremely severe or violent; terrible
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eliminate
 
 
(4)
v.  E.g. So the EU’s offer to eliminate the subsidy was almost universally welcomed.
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leave undone or leave out ; bypass; neglect; fail to include or mention
flow in drops; run or flow slowly; drip
cause to turn away from original focus; pull in conflicting emotional directions; unsettle
eradicate; abolish; rule out
force or drive back; disgust; offer resistance to; fight against
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file
 
 
(5)
v.  E.g. The students file into the classroom.
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join, or fasten together; associate; combine; unite or link together
eliminate; eradicate; kill on a large scale; kill man
drive forward; cause to move forward or onward; push
disappear; pass out of sight, especially quickly; die out
line; proceed in line
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highlight
 
 
(6)
n.  E.g. Another highlight is a feature that lets you dictate e-mails, Tweets and Facebook posts without having to type.
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focal point; area or a spot in a drawing, painting, or photograph that is strongly illuminated
failure to conform; lack of harmony or correspondence
farm consisting of a large tract of land
animal kept for amusement or companionship
freedom from normal restraints; angular distance north or south of the earth's equator
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legend
 
 
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n.  E.g. The legend is a truth, even as to names as well as general facts.
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explanatory list of symbols on a map; unverified story handed down from earlier times
large sweet fleshy tropical fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves
rough surface quality; structure of interwoven fibers or other elements; feel of a surface or a fabric
exactness; accuracy; number of significant digits to which a value has been reliably measured
fulfillment or gratification of a desire, need, or appetite; source or means of gratification
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motif
 
 
(8)
n.  E.g. This simple motif runs throughout the entire score.
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dominant theme or central idea; repeated figure or design in architecture or decoration
droplets of water vapor suspended in air near ground ; haze
invoice; act; proposal; statement or list of particulars, such as a theater program or menu
having or reflecting superior quality or value
established ceremony prescribed by a religion
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prodigious
 
 
(9)
a.  E.g. Watching the weight lifter heave the barbell to shoulder height and then boost it overhead, we marveled at his prodigious strength.
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having the character of an anecdote; of short story of interesting or humorous incident
easily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along with
impressively great in size, force, or extent; enormous
given; thoroughly explained; adequately commented
eagerly; wholeheartedly; in a lavish or enthusiastic manner
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scarcely
 
 
(10)
ad.  E.g. It may be scarcely noticed amidst the flurry of war in Iraq, but this is something of a turning point for European defense.
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having the character of an anecdote; of short story of interesting or humorous incident
expressing aversion or dislike; disagreeable
implied or understood though not directly expressed
inclined; lying face downward; having a tendency
hardly; barely; only just
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susceptible
 
 
(11)
a.  E.g. We don't really know how our current immunization schedule might affect certain susceptible populations.
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flexible; becoming or being made suitable to particular situation or use
increasing in speed
greedy; eager for; marked by keen interest and enthusiasm
eased; made easier to bear; extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary
easily influenced; having little resistance, as to a disease; receptive to
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terrify
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. Increasingly women are bearing the brunt of the epidemic, a pattern Mr. Annan says does terrify.
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come to an end; terminate; lose validity; breathe one's last breath; die
endure the effects of weather or other forces; come through safely; survive
duplicate, copy, reproduce, or repeat; fold over or bend back
frighten; fill with terror
display announcement in a place of public view; publish on a list
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