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Adequate
Ample, sufficient
Boundless
Without limits
Brutal
Cruel
Cautiously
Warily
Expound
v. Explain in detail
Foretell
v. Predict
Handy
Accessible, near
Industrious
Diligent, working hard
Jeopardy
Danger
Penetrate
v. Pass through
Raze
v. Destroy down to ground level, destroy completely
Shrewd
Having or showing an ability to understand things, astute
Testify
v. Give evidence as a witness in a law court
Tether
v. Fasten, connect computers and smartphones
Unaware of
Ignorant of
Blunder
Mistake
Body
Amount
Confident
feeling or showing confidence in oneself, self-assured, Sure, certain
Congenial
(of a person) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or interests that are similar to one's own
Heed
v. Pay attention to, consider
Inert
Inactive, motionless
Murky
Dark and gloomy, obscure; lacking in clarity and precision
Proprietor
The owner of a business, or a holder of property
Quest
v. Search for something
Request
v. asking politely or formally for something
Reside
v. Live in, be situated
Sip
v. Drink (something) by taking small mouthfuls
Tolerate
v. Bear, withstand, put up with
Unorganized
Haphazard, note organized
Vacant
Having no fixtures, furniture, or inhabitants, empty
Admonish
v. Warn, scold
Bicker
v. Quarrel, argue about petty and trivial matters
Cataclysm
A large-scale and violent event in the natural world
Cluttered
Disoorganized
Consortium
Association
Detest
v. Hate, abhor, dislike
Far-reaching
Extensive, having important and widely applicable effects or implications
Hasty
Quick
Imperfection
Defect, a fault, blemish, or undesirable feature
Meteor
Celestial body
Routine
Usual
Sever
v. To cut off a part from a whole; to divide or separate
Shrug
v. Lift the shoulders
Suspend
v. Temporarily prevent from continuing or being in force or effect
Vagabond
A person who wanders from place to place without a home or job
Abate
v. Lessen, become less intense or widespread
Annual
Yearly
Coat
v. Provide with a layer or covering of something, apply a coat to
Composed of
Made up of
Doze off
v. Fall asleep, drop off, a short light sleep
Famine
Widespread scarctiy of food, starvation, shortage
Framework
n. A set of ideas, rules, or beliefs from which something is developed, or on which decisions are based, structure
Hoarse
Rough voice, (of a person's voice) sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting
Imminent
About to happen, about to occur
Menace
Threat
Oxidized
Rusty
Pick out
v. Choose
Publish
v. Bring out
Purify
v. Remove contaminants from
Stirring
Causing great excitement or strong emotion, rousing
Blossom
A flower or a mass of flowers on a tree or bush
Bud
New leaf
Colonist
Settler, dweller
Desiccated
Dried out
Dweller
Inhabitant, settler
Elimination
Eradication
Frigid
Freezing
Induce
v. Cause
Native
Original, associated with the country, region, or circumstances of a person's birth
Parched
Extremely dry
Previously
Formerly, at a previous or earlier time, before
Process
v. Treat
Saturate
v. To soak thoroughly or to load to capacity or inspire completely
Simultaneously
At the same time
Successive
Consecutive, following continuously