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st.bernard middle 7


malady noun - illness, deseas
remedy noun - medicine or treatment that kills, illness
strive noun - trouble, conflict struggle
ordained verb - ordered, decreed
greived adj - saddened, overcome by grief
sham noun - something fake or false. Adj - not genuine verb - fake
trek noun - a long slow, and difficult journeyverb - to travel slowly and with difficulty
estimate noun - a number that is not exact; a careful guessverb - to figure out roughly to make an approximate caluclation
evict to force out of property by taking legal action
impartial adj - not favoring one side more that another; fair
industrious adj - hardworking; not lazy
unfuriate verb- to make very angry
irrelevant adj - having nothing to do with the subject
precies adj - exact; accurate
abate verb - to become weaker; to decreaseadj - showing no sign of weakening; showing no decrease
acknowledge to admit the existence of; to express recongnition or thanks foradj- commonly accepted or recongnized
agent noun - a person who acts of does business for anothersomething that brings about a result
authority noun - the right to give orders, make dicision, or take actionsan expert source or information groupa group of people who have the rigt to enforce laws
devastate verb - to ruin or destory completely
epidemic noun - the rapid spreading of a disease to many prople at once
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