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hard word week

TermDefinition
memoir a written account of one's personal life
foster to encourage or care for
instil to introduce gradually; implant
shackle a device (usually metal) that restricts the movement of a prisoner, like handcuffs
conventional standard; ordinary
assimilate to incorporate or absorb something; to adjust to
allot to distribute or divide into portions or shares
deceptive misleading or dishonest
theme 1. the main subject or unifying idea 2. the music associated with a TV show or person (short for theme song)
haven a refuge or safe place
ornate decorated in a very fancy, flashy style
sublime supreme, outstanding or lofty
surpass to exceed or go beyond
bountiful having a lot; plentiful
phenomenon an observable event; something that is extraordinary
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