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aggravate Verb; to irritate or annoy; to make worse;aggravation;aggravating
comprehend Verb; to understand fully; comprehensible; comprehension
cower Verb;to crouch or tremble with fear
endure Verb; to last; to put up with; endurance
frugal Adjective; thrifty; frugality
futile Adjective; useless; futility
immense Adjective; huge; immensity
insufficient Adjective; not as much as is needed
laborious Adjective; involving labor or much hard work
malice Noun; the desire to harm another; malicious
parasite Noun; a plant or animal that lives on another; one who live at another's expense without contributing anything of value; parasitic
predicament Noun; a difficult situation
scoff Verb; to show scorn; to make fun of someone
trivial Adjective; not valuable or important; trivia
unanimous Adjective; in complete agreement; unanimity
Created by: arosa315