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  1. Perennial(Adj.) lasting for a long time, persistent; (n.) a plant that lives for many years

          

  2. Subjugate(V.) to conquer by force, being under complete control

          

  3. Unflinching(V.) to let go, give up

          

  4. CumbersomeTo make up for; repay for services

          

  5. Commandeer(N.) food for horses and cattle; raw material for a designated purpose

          

  6. DissoluteAngry

          

  7. PilferTo steal in small quantities

          

  8. TriteAngry

          

  9. AdjournTo seize and hold a position by force

          

  10. IrateCommonplace; overused, stale

          

  11. Deadlock(Adj.) average, ordinary, undistinguished

          

  12. Relinquish(V.) To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to remind of a duty

          

  13. Salvage(V.) to save from fire or shipwreck; (n.) property thus saved

          

  14. Exorcise(V.) to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed

          

  15. Muddle(V.) to make a mess of; muddle through: to get by; (n.) a hopeless mess

          

  16. Debris(Adj.) brief and to the point

          

  17. Brigand(N.) a bandit

          

  18. EminentFamous, outstanding, distinguished; projecting

          

  19. Predispose(V.) to incline to beforehand

          

  20. Alien(N.) a citizen of another country; ( adj.) foreign strange

          

  21. IllegibleTo drive out by magic; to dispose of something troublesome; menacing, or oppressive

          

  22. Unbridled(N.) a bandit

          

  23. Altercation(Adj.) not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable

          

  24. CherubicResembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a beatific,round or chubby face; sweet and innocent

          

  25. Mediocre(V.) to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed

          

  26. Jeer(V.) to make fun of rudely or unkindly; (n.) a rude remark of derision

          

  27. PauperTo steal in small quantities

          

  28. CircumspectTo disagree; disagreement

          

  29. SurmountTo overcome, rise above

          

  30. DissentA follower,supporter ; attached,sticking to

          

  31. Tantalize(V.) to tease, torment by teasing

          

  32. Comely(V.) to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, besmirch

          

  33. Compensate(Adj.) clumsy, hard to handle; slow- moving

          

  34. Dilemma(N.) a difficult or perplexing situation or problem

          

  35. LucrativeAngry

          

  36. Spurious(Adj.) not genuine, not true, not valid

          

  37. ProliferateAngry

          

  38. FabricateTo make shorter

          

  39. Rift(N.) a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; (v.) to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of

          

  40. SullyTo seize and hold a position by force

          

  41. Obesity(V.) to strengthen, build up

          

  42. MarauderAn extremely poor person

          

  43. FortifyA split, break, breach

          

  44. UsurpTo seize and hold a position by force

          

  45. Fodder(N.) food for horses and cattle; raw material for a designated purpose

          

  46. FeintA split, break, breach

          

  47. Condone(Adj.) having a pleasing appearance

          

  48. Efface(N.) An opening, gap; violation or infraction; (v.) to create and opening, break through

          

  49. TerminateCommonplace; overused, stale

          

  50. AbridgeTo make shorter

          

  51. Admonish(V.) To caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to remind of a duty

          

  52. Erratic(Adj.) not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable

          

  53. Terse(Adj.) brief and to the point

          

  54. Diffuse(V.) to wipe out; to keep oneself from being noticed

          

  55. Spasmodic(Adj.) sudden and violent but brief; fitful, intermittent

          

  56. Expulsion(N.) the process of driving or forcing out

          

  57. AdherentA follower,supporter ; attached,sticking to

          

  58. SemblanceTo bring to an end

          

  59. Breach(N.) An opening, gap; violation or infraction; (v.) to create and opening, break through

          

  60. OpinionatedTo bring to an end