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PRE1 2010-1 17-25


falsify to make (something) false : to change (something) in order to make people believe something that is not true
mash to reduce to a soft pulpy state by beating or pressure
furnish to provide (a room or building) with furniture : to supply or give (something) to someone or something
classify to arrange (people or things) into groups based on ways that they are alike
dismal showing or causing unhappiness or sad feelings : not warm, cheerful, etc.
immense very great in size or amount
wholesale the business of selling things in large amounts to other businesses rather than to individual customers
recede a: to move back or away : withdraw b : to slant backward
trigger a lever on a gun that you pull to fire the gun: something that causes something else to happen
interpret to explain the meaning of (something) : to understand (something) in a specified way
utter to say (something)
submissive willing to obey someone else
conclusive showing that something is certainly true
offensive causing someone to feel hurt, angry, or upset : rude or insulting: very unpleasant
provoke to cause the occurrence of (a feeling or action) : to make (something) happen : to cause (a person or animal) to become angry, violent, etc.
aggravate to make (an injury, problem, etc.) more serious or severe : to make (someone) angry : to annoy or bother (someone)
diminish to become or to cause (something) to become less in size, importance, etc.
seize to use legal or official power to take (something) : to get or take (something) in a forceful, sudden, or violent way
blow a: of air : to be in motion : to move with speed or force b : to move or run quickly
shove to push (something) with force : to push (someone or something) along or away in a rough or careless way
compete to try to get or win something (such as a prize or reward) that someone else is also trying to win : to try to be better or more successful than someone or something else
Created by: na235
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