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Spelling - Ch 14

alibi claim of having been elsewhere when a crime was committed;
alibi a reason given to explain something
confederate a person, state, or country that joins with another for a common purpose
confederate a partner in crime
discharge to let go
discharge to unload cargo or passengers; to fire off; to give off
economical careful about spending money or using resources
frank honest in expressing thoughts and feelings
modify to change somewhat
mutiny an open rebellion against authority
mutiny to rebel against those in charge
negative saying no
negative not positive or helpful; less than zero
pursue to chase in order to catch
pursue to strive to achieve, to carry out
reign the power or rule of a monarch
singular referring to only one person or thing
singular out of the ordinary
swindle to cheat out of money or property
swindle a scheme for cheating someone
alibi excuse, explanation, story, defense
confederate ally or accomplice
discharge to release, dismiss, shoot
economical thrifty, frugal, saving
frank direct, blunt, straightforward, truthful
modify to adjust, alter, adapt, vary, revise
mutiny a revolt, uprising, riot
negative bad, unfavorable
pursue to follow, hunt, run after, aim for, work for
reign the regime, control, to govern, command
singular exceptional, unusual
swindle to deceive, trick, gyp, con, scam, fraud, hoax
Created by: kdeangelo