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bellow n. loud angry roar
bellow v. to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar;
beneficiary one who benefits from something
botch v. to repair or patch poorly, a bungled job
botch n. a hopelessly bungled job
clutter v. to fill or cover in a disorderly way, mess, a state of disorder
dilapidated falling apart or ruined, run-down
dismantle to take apart, to strip of something
farce a play with absurd happenings, a ridiculous sham
futile not successful, useless, unimportant
grueling very tiring, calling for an extreme effort
hospitable offering friendly or generous treatment to guests, open to anything new or strange
lair home or den of a wild animal, a hideout
lavish adj. overly generous, extravagant, to spend or give freely
morbid in an unhealthy mental state, extremely gloomy; caused by or related to disease
notorious widely known because of bad conduct
pamper to allow too many privileges, be too generous and easygoing toward
parasite an organism that lives in or on another organism; one who lives off another person
shirk to avoid or get our of doing work, neglect a duty; to sneak
surplus n. an amount beyond what is required, excess
timidity the state of being easily frightened
veto n. the power to forbid, prevent; to prohibit, reject
veto v. to prohibit, reject
clutter n. state of disorder, mess
lavish v. to spend
surplus adj. more than what is needed
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