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The Bet List 3

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caprice (Noun): sudden, impulsive, and unmotivated action (“on a whim”)
compulsory (Adjective): forced; required; mandatory
earnest (Adjective): intense, a sincere state of mind
emaciated (Adjective): extremely thin; wasted away
cleaving (Verb): to split something into pieces
frivolous (Adjective): not serious in content or attitude or behavior
implore (Verb): to beg
procure (Verb): to obtain through special effort; to bring about, purchase.
renounce (Verb): to leave (a job, post, or position) voluntarily
stake (Verb): to place a bet on (something) (syn. wager)
zealous (Adjective): eager or devoted
pampered (Verb): treated with extreme or excessive care and attention.
indiscriminately (Adverb): at random (randomly). Without discrimination.
ethereal (Adjective): extremely delicate or refined (as in beauty)Of a heavenly nature(angelic in appearance).
trifle (Noun): a detail that is considered insignificant (too small to be important)
Created by: 23Yakubison