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concurred To accord in opinion; agree.
incrimination To accuse or present proof of a crime.
seminar The gathering place of a group.
monastery A house or place of residents occupied by a community of people; especially monks living in seclusion under religious vows.
smitten struck, as with a hard blow.
cinched A firm hold or tight grip. A firm hold or tight grip.
flourish To be in its or in ones prime; to be at the height of fame.
iota A very small quantity.
preclude To prevent the presence, existence, occurrence of.
cairn A heap of stones set up as a landmark
auspicious Promising success; favorable.
slough an area of soft muddy ground.
blanch To whiten by removing color; bleach.
terse Neatly or effectively concise; brief and pithy
fodder Raw material.
quarantine A strict isolation to prevent the speading of disease.
prestige Reputation or influence arising from success, achievement, rank, or other favorable attributes.
disarray To through into disorder.
lurch A sudden tip to one side, like a staggering person.
finesse Skill in handling a difficult or highly sensitive situation.
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