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Antique
Belonging to the past; not modern
Break
Fracture(noun); to smash(verb)
Colleague
Co worker (coworker); someone who work with you in one orgnization
Dusk
The period of partial darkness between day and night
Engrossed
Deeply absorbed; interested
Expire
Cease to be valid or effective
Gem
Precious stone
Intrude
v. To thrust or bring in without invitation; permission or welcome
Project
v. to protrude; hurl
Promulgate
v. to make known by open declaration; publish; proclaim formally or put
Strive
v. Try hard; make efforts
Stubborn
Fixed or set in purpose or opinion; resolute; determined not to change your mind even when people think you are being unreasonable
Thrifty
adj. showing care with how money and resources are spent or used
Trivial
unimportant; of very little importance or value; insignificant
Trust
v. Believe in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone
Amateur
A person who engages in a pursuit; especially a sport; on an unpaid basis
Column
One or more lines of people or vehicles moving in the same direction
Deride
Express contempt for; ridicule; scoff
Eulogy
A speech or piece of writing that praises someone or something highly; typically someone who has just died
Expand
v. Become or make larger or more extensive
Ferry
v. To carry or convey back and forth over a fixed route in a boat or plane; allow to pass; Transmission; passing; pass; transit; crossing
Further
In addition, moreover
Inquisitive
Curious or inquiring
Irritable
having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed or made angry
Precious
Of great value, not to be wasted or treated carelessly (of an object, substance, or resource)
Proximity
Nearness; closeness
Reach
Attain; have; overtake; touch
Reckless
Without thinking or caring about the consequences of an action (of a person or their actions)
Stale
(of food) no longer fresh and pleasant to eat; hard; musty; or dry
Tepid
(especially of a liquid) only slightly warm; lukewarm
Alleviate
v. Reduce; diminis; make (suffering, deficiency, or a problem) less severeh
Dubious
Suspicious; fishy; dubious; doubtful; questionable
Eradicate
v. Destroy completely; put an end to; root out; uproot
Fowl
A gallinaceous bird kept chiefly for its eggs and flesh; a domestic cock or hen
Outline
v. Define the outer edge or shape of (something); plan; scheme
Pensive
Depressed; thoughtful ( engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought)
Precede
v. Go before; the state of having happened before
Property
Characteristic
Rage
Violent; uncontrollable anger
Respect
v. Admire (someone or something) deeply; as a result of their abilities; qualities; or achievements
Seize
v, Confiscate; to take hold of suddenly or forcibly; grasp
Sluggish
Slow and lazy; slow-moving or inactive
Swerve
1. A sudden turn; 2. v. To turn sharply; to change direction suddenly
Warrant
v. Justify; authorize
Yelp
v. Cry out; a short sharp cry ( especially of pain or alarm )
Applaud
v. Clap ( show approval or praise by clapping )
Callous
Insensitive
Combination
A joining or merging of different parts or qualities in which the component elements are individually distinc
Crave
v. Desire; want greatly; desire eagerly
Culpable
Guilty
Fret
v. Be constantly or visibly worried or anxious
Hardy
Rugged; having much physical strength; Capable of enduring much hardship
Hubbab
A loud; confused noise; as of many voices
Limit
Boundaries
Luminous
radiating or reflecting light; shining; bright
Prior
Before; preceding in time or in order; earlier or former; previous
Tendency
Leaning; preference for; an inclination toward a particular characteristic or type of behavior
Transact
v. To carry on or conduct (business, negotiations, activities, etc.) to a conclusion or settlement
Tumble
v. To fall helplessly down; plunge headlong
Ultimate
last; furthest or farthest; ending a process or series
Astound
v. Surprise; to overwhelm with amazement; astonish greatly; shock with wonder or surprise
Confine
v. Keep or restrict someone or something within certain limits of (space, scope, quantity, or time)
Drench
v. To wet thoroughly; soak
Envelop
v. Wrap up; cover; or surround completely
Hesitant
Unsure; reluctant
Humid
Containing a high amount of water or water vapor; noticeably moist
Incredible
Unbelievable; impossible to believe; so extraordinary as to seem impossible
Just
1. Exactly; only 2. based on or behaving according to what is morally right and fair
Muster up
v. Gather; come up; summon; to assemble for inspection, service, etc., as troops or forces
Perpetual
Never ending or changing; constant; Everlasting
Prolong
v. Extend time; to lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer
Resemble
v. Look like, seem like
Retard
v. Postpone; delay or hold back in terms of progress, development, or accomplishment
Roughly
Approximately; in a manner lacking refinement and precision
Sanction
A threatened penalty for disobeying a law or rule, Penalty, restriction