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English 7

decree (verb)to order, to make into a law
smuggle (verb)to take something out of a country illegally
labyrinth (noun)a puzzle, a maze
parcel (noun)a package
oppression (noun)to persecute, to treat unfairly
rummage (verb)to search thoroughly for an item
intact (adj.)whole, undamaged
brusque (adj.)abrupt, rude and quick manner
gingerly (adv.)cautiously, carefully
relent (v.)to become less severe, relax one's temper
unrelenting (adj.)never slows down or eases-off, has no mercy
derision (n.)insult, mockery, ridicule
poultice (n.)a paste used to soothe a wound or rash
exile (V.)removed from a country, banish, deport
bride-price (n.)amount of money given to the groom's family for a bride or given from a groom's family to the bride's family
unearth (v.)to reveal something hidden
Created by: joannef