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to do away with or put to an end abolish
to pile up or collect accumulate
going around or sending around circulation
1.to end or to make decisions 2.opinions by reasoning conclude
1.to add tones to a melody to create chords 2.to play or sing to a tuneful sound harmonize
1.easily set on fire 2.easily excited or angered inflammable
1.to help grow,or keep alive and well, with food 2.to maintain nourish
something told beforehand prediction
1.a celestial body that revolves around a planet 2.a moon 3.a manufactured object intended to circle around a planet satellite
1.person who betrays a trust, a friend, or a duty 2.one who commits teason traitor
1.enough;sufficient adequate
to surprise greatly, amaze astonish
the distance around a circle or sphere circumference
1.a joining of something with another 2.union 3.combination conjuction
1.rough and deep sounding 2.having a harsh voice hoarse
1.the act or power of producing an effect without great force influence
1.a new kind 2.often long, usually complex fictional story novel
1.to keep safe from harm or change 2.to protect or maintain preserve
1.conduct that brings disgrace or shocks the public 2.the loss of or damage to reputation scandal
1.a written,formal agreement between countries 2.the document that contains the agreement treaty
1.out of date 2.out of style antiquated
1.to collect and bring together 2.to build up gradually compile
lacking a needed element or quality deficient
1.trusting or relying on another 2.one who relies on another for support dependent
1.to fill completely 2.to soak saturate
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