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acess 1. Freedom or permission to enter. 2. A way of approach or entry.
associate 1. To bring together in the mind. 2. To come or be together as friends or companion. 3. A person with whom one is connected in some way, as in the business
boisterous Noisy and uncontrolled
brilliant 1. Very bright; sparkling 2. Smart
decade A ten-year period.
delicate 1. Easily broken or damaged 2. Needing care and skill. 3. In poor heath; weak.
employ 1. To hire and put to work for pay 2. To use.
idle 1. To spend one's time doing nothing 2. To run (an engine)slowly. 3. doing nothing; not working
illuminate 1. To light up; to supply with light. 2. To make clear or understandable
provide 1. To give what is needed; to supply. 2. To set forth as a condition.
require To need or demand
taunt 1. To make fun of in an insulting way; to jeer. 2. An insulting remark.
tolerant Willing to let others have their own beliefs and ways, even if different from one's owen
transform To change the form, looks, or nature of.
wilderness An area where there are few people living; an area still in its natural state.
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