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aggravate (verb aggravation (noun) to irritate or annoy ,to make worse
comprehend (verb) comprehension(noun) comprehensible (adj) to understand fully
cower (verb) to crouch and tremble;to shrink back in fear or because of pain
endure (verb) endurance (n and adj) enduring (adj) to last ;to continue to exist, to put with or bear; to show lasting strength
frugal (adj) frugality (n) thrifty;not wasteful
futile (adj) futility (n) useless, worthless , or hopeless,not effective
immense(adj) immensity (n) huge,enormous
insufficient (adj) not as much as is needed
laborious (adj) involving or requiring labor or much hard work; difficult
malice (n) malicious (adj) the desire to harm another
parasite (noun) parasitic (adj) a plant or animal that live on another from which it gets food, One who live at another expense without contributing anything of value
predicament (n) a difficult or unpleasant situation
scoff(verb) to show scorn to look down on or make fun of someone or something
trivial (adj) trivia (n) not value or important
unanimous (adj) in or complete agreement
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