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To look forward to something that is likely to occur. expect
Angry at something unjust, mean or unworthy. indignant
To reply, especially in a quick or unkind way. retort
To shout in a deep voice. bellow
Jealous. envious
Other than; everyone but… except
To occupy the mind of. obsess
In a very self-satisfied way. smugly
Huge; enormous. immense
A feeling of doubt or mistrust. suspicion
Happening without warning. sudden
To stand with one leg on either side of. straddle
Impossible to see; not visible. invisible
To reveal, especially something private or secret. divulge
An opening that allows gas, liquid, or smoke to escape. vent
To beat, as with the fists. pummel
In Middle Eastern countries, an outdoor market of small shops. bazaar
A lack of activity; sluggishness. lethargy
An official order. decree
One who tries to win over another; competitor. rival
To parcel out; to distribute to. allot
A family group. clan
To send away, exile. banish
To think about carefully. ponder
The feeling produced by something disgraceful or worthless; scorn. contempt
Created by: chanair19