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(n)clothing that which serves as dress or decoration;(v)to put clothes on, dress up apparel
(v)to attack by surrounding with military forces; to cause worry or trouble besiege
(v)to press together; to reduce in size or volume;(n)a folded cloth or pad applied to an injury compress
(v)to condemn openly;to accuse formally denounce
(v)to send off for a purpose;to kill;(n)an official message; promptness, the act of killing dispatch
(v)to plunge into a liquid,drench; to put out quickly,extinguish douse
(adv)plainly in so many words;for a particular purpose expressly
(adj,part)suffering severly from hunger or from lack of something famished
(v)to give up,renouce; to leave, abandon forsake
(adj)profitable;bringing in money or some special advantage gainful
(adj)very large or great; beyond ordinary means of measurement immense
(adj)totally without skill or appropiatness inept
(adj)showing remarkable originality, inventiveness, or resourcefuless;clever ingenious
(adj)done in an instant;immediate instantaneous
(v)to annoy, make weary irk
(n)a written statement that unfairly or falsely harms the reputation of the person about whom it is made libel
(n)a feeling of fear, doubt or uncertainty misgiving
(n)a stupid person; a big clumsy, slow individual oaf
(v)to go or move backward;to become more distant recede
(n)a meal, food repast
(adj)unfavorable, negative;working against, hostile adverse
(adj)extremely dry; uninteresting, dull arid
(n)a person who attacks violently(with blows or words) assailant
(n)a large wave;(v)to rise or swell like a wave billow
(v)to meet face-to-face, especially as a challenge;come to grips with confront
(v)to force, compel;to restrain, hold back constrain
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