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(v.) to stop proceedings temporarily: move to another place adjourn
(n.) a citizen of another country; (adj.) foreign, strange alien
(adj.) having a pleasing appearance comely
(v.) to make up for; to repay for one's services compensate
(adj.) loose in one's morals and behavior dissolute
(adj.) not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable erratic
(n.) the process of driving or forcing out expulsion
(n.) a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; (v.) to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of feint
(n.) food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose fodder
(v.) to strengthen, build up fortify
(adj.) difficult or impossible to read illegible
(v.) to make fun of rudely or unkindly; (n.) a rude remark of derision jeer
(adj.) bringing in money; profitable lucrative
(adj.) average, ordinary, undistinguished mediocre
(v.)to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly proliferate
(v.) to conquer by force, bring under complete control subjugate
(v.)to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, esmirch sully
(v.) to tease, torment by teasing tantalize
(adj.) brief and to the point terse
(adj.) firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back. unflinching
Created by: egreene4