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WW3000 L12

abduct (v.)To carry away by force;to kidnap
abode (n.)The place where one lives; home
abyss (n.)A deep opening in the Earth Anything too deep to measure
arbitrate (v.)To settle a disagreement between two parties by having a third party decide after hearing both sides
attribute (v.)To think of as coming from or belonging to a person or thing (n.)A quality or feature associated with a person or thing
capricious (adj.)Likely to change for no obvious reason
compromise (v.)To settle a disagreement by having each side give up something To expose to the possibility of criticism or shame
devout (adj.)Very religious Sincere
distraught (adj.)Deeply disturbed;very troubled
enlighten (v.)To inform or instruct;to give knowledge or truth to
incline (v.)To slope or lean To be likely to; to have a fondness for To bend or bow (n.)A sloping surface
intervene (v.)To enter in order to help or settle something
necessity (n.)Anything that cannot be done without or that is greatly needed The condition of being needed
orbit (n.)The path taken by an object around a heavenly body such as a star, planet, or moon (v.)To put into or be in orbit
sacred (adj.)Holy;having to do with religion Worthy of being given the greatest honor or respect
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