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ordinary
the expected or commonplace condition or situation
stare
look at with fixed eyes
extraordinary
beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable
palate
the upper surface of the mouth that separates the oral and nasal cavities
forewarn
warn in advance o r beforehand; give an early warning
precept
a commandment given as a rule of action or conduct
plaque
a memorial made of brass
alignment
the act of adjusting or aligning the parts of a device in relation to each other
adjust
alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
contagious
(of disease) capable of being transmitted by infection
deed
something that people do or cause to happen
monument
a structure erected to commemorate persons or events
mortality
the quality or state of being mortal
nauseous
feeling nausea; feeling about to vomit
outcome
something that results
accommodate
have room for; hold without crowding
verge
border on; come close to
jagged
having a sharply uneven surface or outline
implant
To set in firmly;to insert in the body surgically
defect
flaw; an imperfection in a bodily system
catastrophe
a state of extreme ruin
gauge
an estimate of (quantities or time)
sarcastic
expressive or ridicule; usually hurful
illuminate
make lighter or brighter
pore
microscopic hole in the skin; direct someone's attention to
genetic
occurring among members of a family
quip
witty remark
plague
any epidemic disease with a high death rate
syndrome
a pattern of symptoms indicating some disease or illness
essential
of the greatest importance
zoom
move along very quickly
bold
fearless; daring
kinetic
characterized by motion
inkling
a slight suggestion
valid
well grounded in logic or truth having legal force
ensure
to make certain
retrospect
contemplation (thinking) of things past
transition
the act of passing from state or place to the next
impressionable
easily impressed or influenced
stringent
demanding and strict attention to rule or procedures
protocol
code of correct conduct
incident
a public disturbance
undue
beyond normal limits
resolute
chracterized by quickness and firmness
hypocrite
a person who professes beliefs and opinions s/he doesn't live by
immaculate
completely neat and clean
spry
moving quickly and lightly
flutter
beat rapidly
flit
skim or dart really fast
monologue
a long dramatic speech by a single actor
pluck
pull lightly
diorama
a picture representing a continuous scene
pathetic
inspiring scornful pity
cringe
draw back as with pain or fear
taciturn
habitually reserved and uncommunicative
whimper
cry weakly or softly
ovation
enthusiastic recognition usually with a loud applause
suffocate
die from lack of oxygen
allegiance
loyalty
beneficial
helpful, improving a situation
awe
feelings of great respect
exploit
1.A heroic or extraordinary deed.
exclude
bar; forbid
composure
mental calmness
cordial
Warm, friendly, gracious.
deplete
to reduce
diminish
make or become smaller in size; amount or importance
loathe
to hate
makeshift
temporary; substitute
leeway
additional time or money
meager
very little
minute
a unit of time; or something small
dissent
to differ in opinion
range
n. variety, diversity, kind, species, manifold. Gama.
unruly
rebellious; out of control
manipulate
handle or control in a skillful manner
dense
thick