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Battle for the Road

congested overcrowded; filled too full
customary usual, normal, routine
distraught troubled and disturbed emotionally
drone 1. a remote-controlled device 2. a buzzing or humming sound that lasts for a long time 3. a male bee
ensue to follow; to come as a result of
feud a bitter, long-term argument or hostility
flagrant shockingly noticeable or evident, usually in a disgraceful way
hybrid made from unlike parts; combining different elements
impede to get in the way of; to interfere with the movement of
infuriate to make extremely angry or furious
momentum the force or speed with which something moves
nomadic moving about from place to place without settling down
trickle to fall by drops or to flow in a small stream
upright vertical, straight 2. good, honest
vindictive bearing a grudge; eager to take revenge
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