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  • Shrewd

    Having sharp Judgement adj.

    Covet

    Desire something that someone else has v.

    Deface

    Ruin the appearance v.

    Candid

    Truthful adj.

    Frugal

    Not wasteful adj.

    Monotonous

    Boring adj.

    Ambiguous

    Unclear adj.

    Subsequently

    Coming after something adj.

    Malice

    Intention to do evil adj.

    Deft

    Skilfull and Quick in movement adj.

    Commemorate

    To honor the memory of someone or something v.

    Eulogy

    A speech that praises someone (usually dead) n.

    Predator

    An animal that hunts other animals for food n.

    Sustenance

    Food or drink to keep someone alive n.

    Dire

    Very serious or urgent adj.

    Immortality

    Unending existence n.

    Quarry

    A person or thing that is chased or sought n.

    Vital

    Absolutely necessary adj.

    Epitaph

    Words written in memory of a person who died n.

    Longevity

    Long life n.

    Immaterial

    Unimportant under the circumstances adj.

    Imperceptible

    Unable to be sensed adj.

    Imprint

    To impress or stamp a surface or body v.

    Impervious

    Unable to be affected by things adj.

    Impartial

    Treating all rivals equally or unbiased adj.

    Impersonate

    To pretend to be another person v.

    Implausible

    Not seeming reasonable or probable adj.

    Imprison

    To put or keep in prison v.

    Impenitent

    Not feeling shame or regret in ones actions adj.

    Imperturbable

    Unable to get upset or excited adj.

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