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Level D-1 Crawford

Sadlier-Oxford Level D Unit 1 102912

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Admonish 1. (V.) to caution, scold or remind 2. to scold gently; to advise against something 3. To inform or remind by way of warning; to caution against specific faults.
Breach 1. (N)a gap or violation (V.) to make a hole through; to break through 2. Act in disregard of laws and rules.
Brigand (N.) A bandit or an armed thief who is (usually) a member of a band.
Circumspect (Adj.) Cautious or careful; considering or examining carefully all sides of a problem before acting or making a decision.
Commandeer (V.) to seize or take over; to take over by force.
Cumbersome (Adj.) clumsy or hard to handle; Awkward and hard to handle;unwieldy.
Deadlock (N) standstill (V.) to bring to a standstill; A situation in which no progress can be made.
Debris (N.) wreckage; the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up.
Diffuse (V.) to spread widely (Adj.) long winded/spread or scatter freely or widely.
Dilemma (N.) a perplexing situation; State of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options.
Efface (V.) To wipe out or erase; to keep oneself from being noticed.
Muddle (V.) to mess up; to get by (N.) a complete mess: A confused multitude of things.
Opinionated (Adj.)stubborn and often unreasonable in holding to one’s own ideas, having a closed mind.
Perennial (Adj.) long lasting or constant (N.) A plant lasting for three seasons or more.
Predispose (V) to incline to before hand; Make susceptible.
Relinquish (V.) to let go or give up; turn away from; give up.
Salvage (V.) to rescue or retrieve (N.) Property or goods saved from damage or destruction.
Spasmodic (Adj.) sudden and violent but brief;Occurring in spells and often abruptly.
Spurious (Adj.) not genuine,true or valid; Plausible but false.
Unbridled (Adj.) uncontrolled or lacking in restraint; not held back.
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