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Abrasion -A wearing away or rubbing away by friction. -A scraped or worn area. -Abrasive: -Causing wear by rubbing. -Harsh or rough in manner; irritating.
Clad Clothed or covered.
Corroborate To provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm.
Cursory Done in a hurry and with little attention to detail.
Dehydrate -To remove the water from. -To become dry; to lose water from.
Derive -To take or receive from a source. -To obtain through reasoning.
Electrify -To wire or equip with electric power. -To thrill or shock.
Endeavor -To attempt earnestly. -A serious, earnest effort toward a goal.
Gingerly -Cautious; very careful. -With extreme care or concern.
Grimace -To make a face expressing feelings of pain, disgust, or contempt. -A facial expression that seems to express pain, contempt, or disgust.
Gruesome Causing shock or horror.
Inventory -A list of possessions or goods on hand. -The stock of goods on hand. -To make a complete list of.
Simulate -To take on the qualities of another; to imitate. -To pretend. -Simulated: -Made to look genuine while being artificial. -Simulations: -An imitation of a possible situation.
Succumb -To give up or give in to; to yield. -To cease to exist; to die.
Surmise -To suppose something without sufficient evidence. -A guess
Created by: m_gasyuchenko