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n. Syn. acquirement; attainment
act of contracting or assuming or acquiring possession of something


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n.
a juvenile between the onset of puberty and maturity;


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a. Syn. unfavorable; hostile
in opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to oppose


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a. Syn. artistic; elegant
elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste


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v. Syn. associate; incorporate
associate; incorporate


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v. Syn. plague; suffer; torment
cause pain, suffering or distress


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v. Syn. worsen; exacerbate
worsen; make worse or more troublesome


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n. Syn. anxiety; disturbance
anxiety; extreme emotional disturbance


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v. Syn. relieve; moderate; reduce
provide physical relief, as from pain; make easier; remove in part


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n.
compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation


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a. Syn. unknown; nameless
having no name; having unknown or unacknowledged name


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n. Syn. assessment; evaluation
assessment; evaluation; the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth


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a. Syn. effective; distinct
expressing oneself easily in clear and effective language


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v. Syn. discover; insure
find out for certain; discover with certainty; make sure of


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v. Syn. refer; attribute; assign
inscribe or dedicate; attribute to a specified cause, source, or origin; assign as a quality


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n. Syn. attack; onslaught
attack; onslaught


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v. Syn. declare
declare or state with confidence; put oneself forward boldly


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n. Syn. properties; advantage
properties; advantage; useful or valuable quality


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v. Syn. absorb
incorporate and absorb into mind; make similar; cause to resemble


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n. Syn. lawyer
lawyer; one who is appointed by another to act in his place or stead; proxy


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v. Syn. increase
make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity


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a. Syn. genuine; real; valid; trustworthy
not counterfeit or copied; valid; trustworthy


Spelling Word: authentic
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v. Syn. profit; promote
turn to advantage of; be of service to; profit; promote


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v. Syn. prevent
prevent; turn or cause to turn off or away


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v. Syn. frustrate; perplex
frustrate as by confusing or perplexing; impede force or movement of


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a. Syn. desolate
desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking


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n.
quantity of bread baked at one time; a collection of things or persons to be handled together


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a. Syn. fantastic
fantastic; violently contrasting; strangely unconventional in style or appearance


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a. Syn. cold; cheerless
cold or cheerless; unlikely to be favorable


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n. Syn. error
serious mistake typically caused by ignorance or confusion


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a. Syn. insensitive
having a dull edge or end; not sharp; lacking in feeling; insensitive


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n.
an extra dividend to the shareholders; money paid in addition to a stated compensation


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n.
something which holds anything tightly or supports it firmly, as bandage, cord, or rod;


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a.
easily broken; having little elasticity


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n. Syn. pill
small container; pill in form of small rounded gelatinous; shortened version of a written work


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n.
serious or fatal accident; someone injured or killed in an accident


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a.
of or pertaining to pottery; relating to the art of making earthenware; as, [___] products; [___] ornaments for ceilings.


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n.
grass such as wheat, oats, or corn, the starchy grains of which are used as food.


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n.
written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material


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n.
pledge, undertaking; act of binding yourself to a course of action


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v.
obtain or bargain for exemption or substitution; travel regularly from a place of residence to another place


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a. Syn. harmonious
harmonious; having similar disposition and tastes


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n.
quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually


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v. Syn. assemble; gather; accumulate
put together or compose from materials gathered from several sources


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a. Syn. mandatory; obligatory
mandatory; obligatory; required by rule


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v. Syn. admit; yield
admit; yield; give up physical control of another


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v. Syn. design; consider
form or develop in the mind; devise; become pregnant with; begin or originate in a specific way


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n.
act of yielding; point yielded; acknowledgment or admission


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a. Syn. succinct; terse
brief and compact; expressing much in few words


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v.
bestow; present; have a conference in order to talk something over


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n.
arrangement of parts or elements; outline


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v.
comply with; follow; fit; meet


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n.
mistake that results from taking one thing to be another; lack of clarity or order


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a. Syn. successive; sequential
following one after another without interruption; sequential


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n. Syn. Agreement; accord
general agreement or accord; opinion reached by a group as a whole


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v. Syn. retain; preserve
retain; protect from loss or harm; preserve; use carefully or sparingly, avoiding waste


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a. Syn. noticeable; prominent
noticeable; prominent; easy to notice; obvious


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n. Syn. component; element; ingredient
component or part; citizen, voter


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v. Syn. restrain; confine
restrain; keep within close bounds; confine


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n.
an expert who gives advice


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v. Syn. taint; pollute; defile
make impure or unclean by contact or mixture; pollute; defile


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v. Syn. ponder; meditate
look at attentively and thoughtfully; observe deep in thought


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n. Syn. disgrace
state of being despised or dishonored; disgrace; disobedience to, or open disrespect of


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v.
strive in opposition; contest; dispute; struggle for


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v. Syn. confront; oppose
confront; oppose


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v.
form by an exercise of ingenuity; devise; invent; design


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a. Syn. controvertible; disputable
controvertible; disputable


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n. Syn. contention; argument
contentious speech act; argument


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v. Syn. approach
approach; tend to meet; come together


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v.
find or declare guilty


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a. Syn. gracious
gracious; showing warm and friendliness


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n.
an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions; a body of people associated together


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v.
destroy metal or alloy gradually, especially by chemical action; be eaten or worn away


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a. Syn. spoiled; tainted
changed from sound to putrid state; spoiled; tainted


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n. Syn. dress; attire
dress; attire; aset of clothes appropriate for a particular occasion or season


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n.
polite behavior; act of civility or respect; consent or agreement in spite of fact


Spelling Word: courtesy
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n. Syn. handicap; maim; disable
person or animal that is partially disabled or unable to use a limb or limb


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n.
standard of judging; any approved or established rule or test


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a.
of extreme importance; vital to the resolution of a crisis; of the greatest importance


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v.
reach the highest or most decisive point; rise to summit


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a.
increasing by successive addition


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v.
bend or curve; guide and manage, or restrain


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a.
having been shortened; effectively cut short; rudely brief or abrupt, as in speech or manner


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a.
skeptical of motives of others; selfishly calculating; negative or pessimistic


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n. Syn. shortfall; shortage
inadequacy or insufficiency; sum of money falls short of required amount; shortage


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v. Syn. deteriorate
become worse; decline; fall


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v. Syn. consider; ponder
consider; think about carefully; weigh


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v. Syn. signify; indicate; show
indicate; signify directly; refer to specifically


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v. Syn. condemn; criticize; announce
condemn openly; criticize; make known in formal manner


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v. Syn. portray; describe
represent in a picture or sculpture; portray in words; describe


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v. Syn. nominate; assign; name
indicate or specify; point out; assign a name or title to


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v.
dislike intensely; regard with contempt or scorn


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v. Syn. decline
become worse; decline


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v.
spread out widely; scatter freely; pour out and cause to spread freely


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n. Syn. predicament
predicament; state of uncertainty or between equally unfavorable options


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v. Syn. weaken; attenuate
weaken; make thinner or less concentrated by adding a liquid such as water


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v. Syn. detect; perceive
detect; perceive


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n. Syn. difference
lack of consistency; difference


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a. Syn. separate; distinct
separate; consisting of unconnected distinct parts


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n.
dress or exterior put on for purposes of concealment or of deception


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v. Syn. discourage; frighten
destroy courage or resolution by exciting dread; cause to lose enthusiasm


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n. Syn. expedition; sending off
act of sending off something; property of being prompt and efficient; message usually sent in haste


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v. Syn. scatter
move away from each other; cause to separate; cause to become widely known


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n. Syn. temperament; nature; tendency
natural or acquired habit with tendency; act or means of getting rid of something


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v. Syn. upset; interrupt
upset; throw into confusion or disorder


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v. Syn. waste; scatter
spend or expend wastefully; vanish by dispersion; drive away; disperse


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v.
drop; fall in drops; flow in a small stream


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n. Syn. disorder; turmoil
disorder; turmoil; mental or emotional unbalance or disorder


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v.
perceive intuitively; foresee future; have nature of or being a deity


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a. Syn. radical; severe
radical; taking effect violently or rapidly


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a. Syn. questionable
questionable; filled with doubt


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v. Syn. reside; inhabit
live as a resident; exist in a given place or state


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a. Syn. irregular; odd; whimsical; bizarre
departing from a recognized, conventional, or established norm or pattern


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a. Syn. eatable
eatable; substance that can be used as food


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n.
self, especially as distinct from the world and other selves; exaggerated sense of self-importance


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v. Syn. provoke
draw out; bring forth or to light; generate or provoke as response or answer


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n.
a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status


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a. Syn. expressive; persuasive
vividly or movingly expressive; persuasive


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v. Syn. commence
commence; go on board a boat or airplane; begin a journey


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a.
derived from experiment and observation rather than theory


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v. Syn. grant; award
grant; award; give qualities or abilities to


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v. Syn. increase; improve
make better or more attractive; increase; improve


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v. Syn. follow
pursue; follow or come afterward; follow as a consequence


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v. Syn. require; necessitate; involve
imply or require; cause to ensue or accrue; cut or carve in ornamental way


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n.
real being; something that exists as a particular and discrete unit; fact of existence


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n. Syn. businessperson; enterprise
person who organizes and operates a business; contractor


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v.
look in the face of; apprehend; consider or regard in a certain way


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n. Syn. era
particular period of history, especially one considered remarkable


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n. Syn. balance
mental or emotional balance; state of balance of any causes, powers, or motives


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n. Syn. corrosion
corrosion; a gradual decline of something


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a. Syn. mistaken; wrong
containing or derived from error; mistaken


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n.
one who conducts someone as attendant; guard; protection, care, or safeguard on a journey


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n.
most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience


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n. Syn. morals; principles
morals; study of principles relating to right and wrong conduct.


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a. Syn. racial
relating to races; group of people sharing common racial, national, or religious heritage


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v. Syn. bring out; arouse
bring out; arouse; call forth


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v. Syn. embody
serve as an example of; embody


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a.
not subject to duty or obligation; not subject to taxation


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a. Syn. strange
from another part of the world; foreign; strikingly strange or unusual


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n. Syn. skill
specialized knowledge; expert skill


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a. Syn. definite; outspoken
precisely and clearly expressed; definite; outspoken


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n.
exhibition; part of a play that provides the background information; opening section of a fugue


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a. Syn. excellent; flawless
excellent; flawless; acutely perceptive or discriminating


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a. Syn. nonexistent; vanished; dead
no longer existing or living; vanished; dead


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v.
quench; put out, as a light or fire; cause to die out; put an end to; destroy


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v. Syn. build
build; put together out of components or parts


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n. Syn. side
small, smooth, flat surface, as on a bone or tooth; side; a smooth surface


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v. Syn. promote; expedite
help bring about; make less difficult


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a. Syn. weak; frail
lacking vigor, force, or effectiveness; faint; frail


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n.
flat, usually thin piece attached at only one side; act of waving or fluttering; blow given with something flat; slap


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v. Syn. discard
throw with force or recklessness; throw or cast away; move in an abrupt


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v. Syn. waver; shift
rise and fall in or as if in waves; shift; vary irregularly


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v.
vibrate or move quickly; drive in disorder; throw into confusion; wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner


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n.
white substance, consisting of an aggregation of bubbles, which is formed on the surface of liquids


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v. Syn. hinder
prevent from being successful


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a. Syn. menacing; threatening
arousing fear; threatening; difficult to undertake or defeat


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v. Syn. policy; theory
decide upon and express in words


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n. Syn. fortress; stronghold
a fortified defensive structure; permanent army post


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n. Syn. remnant
remnant; remains of a plant or animal that existed in a past geological age


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v. Syn. rear
rear; promote the growth of; help develop


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n. Syn. disgusting; filthy
act that violates of the rules of a sport


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v. Syn. break; crack
break into pieces; crack; destroy; violate or abuse


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n.
getting money by lying or cheating; something intended to deceive


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n. Syn. margin; periphery
margin; periphery; decorative border of hanging threads, cords, or strips, often attached to a separate band


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v. Syn. thwart; defeat
make null; bring to nothing; prevent from taking effect or attaining fulfillment


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n.
large, isolated system of stars, as the Milky Way; any collection of brilliant personalities


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n. Syn. jail
place of confinement, especially for minor offenses or provisional imprisonment


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n.
any article of clothing, as coat or gown


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n.
toothed machine part, such as a wheel or cylinder, to transmit motion or to change speed or direction


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v. Syn. slide; slip
slide; move in a smooth, effortless manner


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a. Syn. dusky; dim
imperfectly illuminated; dusky; dim; clouded


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a. Syn. beautiful; magnificent
dazzlingly beautiful; magnificent


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n. Syn. rumor
rumor; malicious report about other people; light informal conversation for social occasions


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v. Syn. feed
scrape gently; feed on growing grasses and herbage


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n.
oil; fat; state of being covered with unclean things


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n.
pain of mind; mental suffering arising from any cause, as misfortune, loss of friends; sorrow; sadness


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v.
cause to be sorrowful; distress


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a.
unrelenting; rigid; dismal and gloomy; cold and forbidding


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v. Syn. obstruct
put at disadvantage; prevent progress or free movement of


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v. Syn. breed
breed; emerge from the egg


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v. Syn. transport; drag
draw slowly or heavily; pull or drag forcibly; shift direction


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v. Syn. torment; bother; disturb
be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place; bother; disturb


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v. Syn. cure
cure; make or get healthy again


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v. Syn. lift; raise; hoist; throw
cause to move upward or onward by a lifting effort; lift; raise; hoist; throw


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n. Syn. descendent; offspring
person who inherits some title or office


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n. Syn. legacy; bequest; tradition
legacy; something that is passed down from preceding generations; a tradition


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n. Syn. class; order
arrangement by rank or standing; series in which each element is graded or ranked


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v. Syn. stunt; inhibit; hamper; impede
put at a disadvantage; tie up; hamper; prevent the progress


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n.
a joint that holds two parts together so that one can swing relative to the other


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ad.
to this place; to a prescribed limit; up to this time; as yet; until now


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a. Syn. uniform; similar
of the same or similar nature or kind


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n.
a flexible pipe for conveying a liquid or gas


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v. Syn. float; waver; vacillate
hang about; wait nearby; remain floating


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n. Syn. dampness; moisture
dampness; moisture


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v. Syn. throw; cast; toss
throw with great force; cast; toss


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n. Syn. assumption; theory
assumption; theory


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a.
marked by excessive or uncontrollable emotion; affected, or troubled, with fear or panic


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