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desert; leave without planning to come back; quit
cease making an effort; admit defeat
To give up, abandon or retire from something.
To examine something by looking at its parts
archaic place in a group; classify
assign to a particular category
to examine carefully, to study in detail.
In terms of
with regard to the particular aspect or subject specified
inviting competition; provocative
hard to do, requiring much effort
a vigorous or determined attempt
needing great effort, tiring
involving hard or tedious work
requiring great effort; difficult
a traditional custom or idea adhered to although shown to be unreasonable.
excessive; a large amount or quantity
having or showing a lack of self-control; immoderate
gratify the wishes of someone to an excessive extent
Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense.
evil; wicked; savage
abnormally high blood pressure
occur at the same time as something else; go with someone
older person who accompanies and supervises a young unmarried woman
A group of vehicles travelling together for safety.
a person, vehicle, or group accompanying another as a mark of rank
an offer or proposal
a plan or suggestion put forward for consideration by others
meeting with approval
praise expressed by clapping
a sustained and enthusiastic show of appreciation from an audience
the system of laws and basic principles that a state, a country or an organization is governed by
to deal successfully with something difficult
to succeed in dealing with a problem
face a problem
extremely important, critical, essential.
preist of highest rank; most important
a person who is taught by another
cause something to conform to a standard
a thing that motivates or encourages one to do something
a spur or incentive
something that brings about a change in something else
urge on; cause someone to do something by continued annoyance
The act of applying force suddenly, impulse, drift
the action of provoking unlawful behaviour
A thing that encourages someone; an incentive
fixed, certain or clear
restrict something within limits