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Literature

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sensitive acute
intellectually deep; getting to the bottom of the matter profound
great worry anguish
moral; upright virtuous
without calling attention to oneself unobtrusively
an unusually talented person prodigy
sterile; empty barren
conceal or hide obscure
boldly direspectful insolently
equipment paraphernalia
character or force in conflict with main character Antagonist
main character Protagonist
help, relief, assistance succor
bird fowl
smallest or weakest of group; undersized runt
be victorious; win prevail
intensity of feeling or expression fervor
to ward off, keep from happening, turn away avert
to approach indirectly zigzag
having a fanciful or unrealistic quality whimsical
run away quickly; scurry to; to go hastily scamper
small bundle of something wad
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