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addict 1. a person with a very strong desire for something that is habit forming 2. a person who is a very enthusiastic fan
aspire to have a strong desire to get or do something; to seek
bias a preference that prevents one from being impartial; prejudice
blatant very obvious in an offensive or shameless way
candid expressed honestly and without holding back unpleasant truths
confront 1. to stand up to; to face boldly 2. to put or bring face to face
debut a first public appearance
enroll to sign up to become a member of some group or activity
fluster to make nervous, embarrassed, or confused
impunity freedom from being harmed or punished
intensify to increase; to strengthen or deepen
intimidate to frighten, especially by threatening someone
obnoxious very unpleasant; disgusting
retort to answer, especially in a quick or clever way
stint 1. a period of time devoted to a job or some task 2. a limit or restriction
Created by: wolfej