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Read [Esc] enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit; any deep, immeasurable space; hell


Spelling Word: abyss
Read [Esc] assent; agree without protesting


Spelling Word: acquiesce
Read [Esc] easily approachable; warmly friendly


Spelling Word: affable
Read [Esc] cause or condition of pain, suffering, or distress


Spelling Word: affliction
Read [Esc] having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value


Spelling Word: affluent
Read [Esc] cause to move with violence or sudden force; upset; disturb


Spelling Word: agitate
Read [Esc] unclear or doubtful in meaning


Spelling Word: ambiguous
Read [Esc] append or attach; take possession of; incorporate into an existing political unit


Spelling Word: annex
Read [Esc] of or like water


Spelling Word: aqueous
Read [Esc] demanding great effort or labor; difficult


Spelling Word: arduous
Read [Esc] fragrance; scent; pleasant characteristic odor, as of a plant, spice, or food


Spelling Word: aroma
Read [Esc] make amends, as for sin or fault; pay for; turn away from sin


Spelling Word: atone
Read [Esc] greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain


Spelling Word: avarice
Read [Esc] warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative


Spelling Word: bellicose
Read [Esc] exercises to develop strong bodies


Spelling Word: calisthenics
Read [Esc] person who takes smb captive


Spelling Word: captor
Read [Esc] digest; convert into nourishment by the organs of nutrition.


Spelling Word: concoct
Read [Esc] hang loosely, or with a swinging or jerking motion; swing, as something suspended loosely


Spelling Word: dangle
Read [Esc] deny; take away


Spelling Word: deprive
Read [Esc] assiduous; industrious; hard-working


Spelling Word: diligent
Read [Esc] undress


Spelling Word: disrobe
Read [Esc] obedient; ready and willing to be taught; easily managed or handled


Spelling Word: docile
Read [Esc] sorrowful; filled with or expressing grief; mournful


Spelling Word: doleful
Read [Esc] dry period; aridity; long period of abnormally low rainfall


Spelling Word: drought
Read [Esc] questionable; filled with doubt


Spelling Word: dubious
Read [Esc] fill with astonishment and perplexity; confound


Spelling Word: dumbfound
Read [Esc] rub or wipe out; make indistinct as if by rubbing


Spelling Word: efface
Read [Esc] make clear or plain, especially by explanation; clarify


Spelling Word: elucidate
Read [Esc] charm by sorcery; get control of by magical words and rites


Spelling Word: enchant
Read [Esc] attempt by employing effort


Spelling Word: endeavor
Read [Esc] acknowledge by signing a bill, draft, or other instrument; approve; support


Spelling Word: endorse
Read [Esc] take the whole attention, enslave


Spelling Word: enthral
Read [Esc] make use of, sometimes unjustly


Spelling Word: exploit
Read [Esc] widespread; far-reaching; wide


Spelling Word: extensive
Read [Esc] praise highly; glorify; celebrate


Spelling Word: extol
Read [Esc] weak; feeble; limp; slight; vain; without strength or solidity


Spelling Word: flimsy
Read [Esc] getting money by lying or cheating; something intended to deceive


Spelling Word: fraud
Read [Esc] very showy or ornamented, especially when excessive, or in a tasteless or vulgar manner


Spelling Word: gaudy
Read [Esc] horrible; inspiring shock; extremely unpleasant or bad


Spelling Word: ghastly
Read [Esc] utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds


Spelling Word: grumble
Read [Esc] irritate or torment persistently; wear out; exhaust


Spelling Word: harass
Read [Esc] one who holds to a heresy; one who believes some doctrine contrary to the established faith or prevailing religion


Spelling Word: heretic
Read [Esc] any structure that makes progress difficult; stumbling-block


Spelling Word: impediment
Read [Esc] native; originating where it is found


Spelling Word: indigenous
Read [Esc] never satisfied


Spelling Word: insatiate
Read [Esc] fearless; indicating or springing from courage


Spelling Word: intrepid
Read [Esc] feeling or showing extreme anger; enraged


Spelling Word: irate
Read [Esc] exposure to death, loss, or injury; hazard; risk of loss or injury


Spelling Word: jeopardy
Read [Esc] control


Spelling Word: leash
Read [Esc] an idle, lazy person


Spelling Word: loafer
Read [Esc] profitable; producing good profit


Spelling Word: lucrative
Read [Esc] giving out or shedding light, as sun or fire; reflecting light; having brilliant surface


Spelling Word: lustrous
Read [Esc] speak evil of; bad-mouth; defame


Spelling Word: malign
Read [Esc] mix; mingle; interfere or busy one's self improperly with another's affairs, specifically, to handle or disturb another's property without permission


Spelling Word: meddle
Read [Esc] make repairs or restoration to; fix; improve


Spelling Word: mend
Read [Esc] gladness and gaiety, especially when expressed by laughter


Spelling Word: mirth
Read [Esc] feeling of sickness in stomach by an urge to vomit; strong aversion; disgust


Spelling Word: nausea
Read [Esc] disregard; ignore; pay little or no attention to


Spelling Word: neglect
Read [Esc] of or relating to or occurring in the night; most active at night


Spelling Word: nocturnal
Read [Esc] extremely fat; grossly overweight


Spelling Word: obese
Read [Esc] no longer useful; outmoded; antiquated


Spelling Word: obsolete
Read [Esc] a place high up; an elevated place serving as a seat


Spelling Word: perch
Read [Esc] pass or flow through, as an aperture; permeate; pass or spread through the whole extent of


Spelling Word: pervade
Read [Esc] easily irritated or annoyed; unreasonably irritable or ill-tempered


Spelling Word: petulant
Read [Esc] rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder; take as spoils


Spelling Word: pillage
Read [Esc] overconfident; going beyond what is right or proper; excessively forward


Spelling Word: presumptuous
Read [Esc] annuled


Spelling Word: quashed
Read [Esc] satisfy, put an end to, put out


Spelling Word: quenching
Read [Esc] make clean, as if like new


Spelling Word: refurbished
Read [Esc] of rejoice; feeling and expression of joy and gladness; procedure expressive of joy; festivity


Spelling Word: rejoicing
Read [Esc] inclined to keep silent; reserved; uncommunicative.


Spelling Word: reticent
Read [Esc] be sent back, again and again


Spelling Word: reverberate
Read [Esc] strictness or severity, as in temperament, action, or judgment; something hard to endure


Spelling Word: rigor
Read [Esc] roundness; rounded fullness; integral entireness


Spelling Word: rotundity
Read [Esc] save from loss or destruction; rescue of a ship; save for further use


Spelling Word: salvage
Read [Esc] not situated together


Spelling Word: scattered
Read [Esc] destroy; break up; break into many pieces


Spelling Word: shatter
Read [Esc] avoided, kept away from


Spelling Word: shunned
Read [Esc] containing only an outline or rough form; being in the manner of a sketch; incomplete


Spelling Word: sketchy
Read [Esc] occurring at irregular intervals; having no pattern or order in time


Spelling Word: sporadic
Read [Esc] suppressed, kept back


Spelling Word: stifled
Read [Esc] endeavor; struggle or fight forcefully; exert much effort or energy


Spelling Word: strive
Read [Esc] following in time or order; succeeding; later


Spelling Word: subsequent
Read [Esc] submit to an overpowering force; yield to an overwhelming desire; give up or give in


Spelling Word: succumb
Read [Esc] silent or reserved in speech; saying little; not inclined to speak or converse


Spelling Word: taciturn
Read [Esc] tease; torture with disappointment; bait someone by showing something desirable but leaving them unsatisfied


Spelling Word: tantalize
Read [Esc] hesitant; not fully worked out or developed; experimental; not definite or positive


Spelling Word: tentative
Read [Esc] having lost motion, or the power of exertion and feeling; numb; benumbed


Spelling Word: torpid
Read [Esc] dangerous; dangerously unstable and unpredictable; disloyal; tending to betray


Spelling Word: treacherous
Read [Esc] shaking or vibrating movement; slight quiver


Spelling Word: tremor
Read [Esc] beginner in learning something; novice


Spelling Word: tyro
Read [Esc] noise and excitement


Spelling Word: uproar
Read [Esc] quality or state of being vain; emptiness; feelings of excessive pride; conceit


Spelling Word: vanity
Read [Esc] forcefulness; intensity; conviction


Spelling Word: vehemence
Read [Esc] watchfulness; wakefulness; process of paying close and continuous attention


Spelling Word: vigilance
Read [Esc] clear from blame; exonerate; maintain, uphold, or defend


Spelling Word: vindicate
Read [Esc] giving pleasure or satisfaction of the senses; having strong sexual appeal


Spelling Word: voluptuous
Read [Esc] having a pale or sickly color; unnaturally pale, as from physical or emotional distress


Spelling Word: wan
Read [Esc] trick or stratagem practiced for deception


Spelling Word: wile
Read [Esc] a minor difficulty; a slight depression in the smoothness of a surface


Spelling Word: wrinkle