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トフル あかい 19

TermDefinition
wreckage broken and disordered parts or material from something Workers sifted through the wreckage of the building, searching for bodies.
woe a condition of deep suffering from misfortune, affliction, or grief She listened to his tale of woe.
wobbly lacking stability He replied in a wobbly voice.
vortex any whirling motion or mass; a whirlpool or whirlwind He was caught in a swirling vortex of terror.
vomit to expel the contents of the stomach through the mouth as a result of a series of The patient was vomiting blood.
volatile characterized by or subject to rapid or unexpected change The protests are increasing, creating a volatile situation in the capital.
unanimous shared as a view by all of the people concerned, with nobody disagreeing The judges made a unanimous ruling.
undercut to offer to sell at lower prices than or to work for lower wages than a competitor They undercut the competing store by 10 percent.
uprising an act or instance of rising up, especially a usually localized act of popular violence in defiance usually of an established government: rebellion The government quickly put down the uprising.
upturn overturned completely; to turn or cause to turn from a vertical or horizontal position an upturn in the economy
tactile discernible by touch visual and tactile experiences
tamper to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse -- used with "with" The evidence has been tampered with.
terrify to make somebody feel frightened or alarmed They represent a terrifying and destructive force that kills more than two out of every five Americans.
tentative likely to have many later changes before ti becomes final and complete We have tentative plans for the weekend.
sacred regarded with particular reverence or respect the sacred image of the Virgin Mary
sanctioned by adhering to beliefs or practices approved by authority or tradition His actions were not sanctioned by his superiors.
satire a work, as a novel or play, that exposes folly by the use of humor or irony His movies are known for their use of satire.
savage so intense as to cause extreme suffering The coast was lashed by savage storms.
scatter to cause to separate and go in various directions The wind scattered the pile of leaves. The crowd scattered when the police arrived.
scavenger an organism that feeds habitually on garbage or dead and putrefying flesh New research casts T-Rex dinosaurs as little more than a scavenger, hunting out the kills of other carnivores and stealing them.
wring to squeeze or twist especially so as to make dry or to extract moisture or liquid; to extract or obtain by or as if by twisting and compressing I wrung my hair and wrapped it in a towel.
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