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Vocab 14

Absolute adj.) without flaws or imperfections; without limits; without doubt
Arena n.) an enclosed space used for sports or shows; a field of interest, activity, conflict, or debate
Compliment n.) a remark or action that shows admiration, praise, or approval; (used in the plural) good wishes
Deliberate v.) to think about or discuss very carefully (adj.) done or said on purpose; careful; at a slow pace
Dense adj.) close or packed together; thick; stupid
Dominant adj.) above all others; leading or controlling; having the most power
Hazardous adj.) involving risk or danger
Huddle v.) to crowd close together; to form a closely packed group; to get together to discuss something (n.) a tightly packed group; a meeting or discussion; in football, a quick meeting of players on the field to plan the next play
Necessity n.) something that cannot be avoided or done without; great need
Offend v.) to break a law or rule; to cause hurt feelings, anger, or injury
Regain v.) to get back; to reach again
Thorough adj.) carried out to completion; complete in every detail; extremely careful or exact
Created by: sophieew2024