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anxious
 
 
(1)
a.  E.g. It was last remark that had made the whole party look so grave and anxious.
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having a sharp inclination; of a near-vertical gradient; of a slope, surface, curve
eager; keen; worried; uneasy and apprehensive about an uncertain event or matter
in a large manner; for the most part; mainly
in a lyrical manner; in a manner that is pleasing to hear, as singing
distrustful; skeptical; full of doubt; having doubt; not settled in opinion
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bequest
 
 
(2)
n.  E.g. Now the wealth did not weigh on me: now it was not a mere bequest of coin, it was a legacy of life, hope, enjoyment.
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doctrine that is believed to be of great importance
laziness; apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue; any of several slow-moving arboreal mammals
gathering; meeting; a group of persons gathered together for common reason
having knowledge of ; special awareness or sensitivity:
inheritance; legacy; act of giving, leaving by will, or passing on to another
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constant
 
 
(3)
a.  E.g. Yemen's state news agency says the president visited the three wounded officials at the Saudi hospital, and expressed happiness about constant progress in their health.
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lasting for a long time; enduring; permanent
insulate against noise; impermeable to noise
invariable; repeating; continually occurring; persistent
imprecise; indistinct; not clearly expressed; inexplicit
full of risk; perilous; hazardous; unsafe
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electron
 
 
(4)
n.  E.g. The teacher is showing how an electron, a negatively charged subatomic particle, to move in such condition.
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imitation; act, practice, or art of mimicking
gnawing; biting; corroding; any of various mammals of rodent, such as a mouse, rat, squirrel,
disorder; condition or place of great disorder or confusion; disorderly mass
lamp that produces a strong beam of light to illuminate a restricted area; focus of public attention
elementary particle with negative charge
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foreshadow
 
 
(5)
v.  E.g. Political analysts realized that Yeltsin's defiance of the attempted coup should foreshadow his emergence as the dominant figure of the new Russian republic.
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give off liquid; purify; refine; increase the concentration of
force; coerce; necessitate or pressure by force
give indication beforehand; indicate by signs
leave undone or leave out ; bypass; neglect; fail to include or mention
cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; mix up
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idyllic
 
 
(6)
a.  E.g. That place is an idyllic spot for a picnic.
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full of rigors; harsh; rigidly accurate; precise
legendary; fictitious; existing in myth
excellent and delightful in all respects
lasting for long period; marked by frequent recurrence, as certain diseases
exhibiting a lack of wisdom or good sense; foolish; stupid
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intoxication
 
 
(7)
n.  E.g. Instead, the trial court advised the jury that intoxication is not a defense to that crime under any circumstances.
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hurry; rapidity of action or motion
durable goods for home or office use; device or instrument for household use
excitement beyond the bounds of sobriety; drunkenness; poisoning by a drug or toxic substance
fellow worker; associate; co-worker
dividing line; border; frontier
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obligation
 
 
(8)
n.  E.g. The government has found it particularly hard to meet its benefit and pensions obligation.
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act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie; written promise to repay a debt
endurance; steady persistence in adhering to a course of action
elaborate and systematic plan of action; chart or outline of a system or object
faster rate of improvement; rate of change of velocity with respect to time
having knowledge of ; special awareness or sensitivity:
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potential
 
 
(9)
a.  E.g. The volume of unconventional gas isn't significant on a U. K. wide scale, supplying enough electricity for only 1,200 homes, but the potential is there, analysts say.
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having or marked by bends or angles; not straight or aligned; curved
existing in possibility; expected to become or be
given to expressing yourself freely or insistently
having the properties of attracting iron or steel; captivating; attractive; being to draw or pull
late; delayed; moving slowly
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shed
 
 
(10)
v.  E.g. In the three decades after 1945, Britain shed virtually all of the colonies that had taken centuries to acquire.
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distribute; allot; give out as one's portion or share
get rid of ; cast off; cause to pour forth
have desire for something or someone; yearn; grieve or mourn for
feel bitter; consider as injury or affront; be in angry
hand out; disseminate; allocate
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tardy
 
 
(11)
a.  E.g. We were kind of tardy with the hotel reservation, and the governor's suites are all booked.
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late; delayed; moving slowly
having or showing great strength or force or intensity
in a menacing manner; aggressively
inspired by love for one's country
honored; respected; reputed; exerting influence by reason of high status
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tumble
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. On the river front some of the houses were sticking out over the bank; they was bowed and about ready to tumble in.
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hold back to a later time; delay; defer
fall down, as if collapsing
disrupt; hinder; be or create a hindrance or obstacle
explode; burst out; become violently active
enlist; register formally as a participant; engage for military service
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