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WW3000 L10

aquatic (adj.)Growing in or living in or on water Done in or upon water
assert (v.)To declare; to say firmly
avert (v.)To turn away To keep from happening
bleak (adj.)Without much hope Cold and dreary; exposed to cold wind and bad weather
blithe (adj.)Cheerful;carefree Not showing proper care; heedless
docile (adj.)Well behaved; easy to handle
dwindle (v.)To keep on becoming less; to grow smaller in number or amount
lethal (adj.)Causing, or capable of causing death
monitor (v.)To watch closely and frequently; to observe and make note (n.)A video screen used to display information
mutilate (v.)To hurt or damage by cutting into, cutting off, or cutting out
nimble (adj.)Able to move quickly and easily Showing quickness of thinking;very clever
plight (n.)A difficult or dangerous condition or situation
ponderous (adj.)Heavy and slow moving
verge (n.)An edge, border, or brink (v.)To come close to the edge or border of
vigilant (adj.)Watchful; ready for danger
Created by: ginny0523