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W.W. Book 2 Lesson 2

A smell or odor, especially a pleasant one. Aroma
A liquid, other than water, used as a drink Beverage
1. Lacking a strong flavor, 2. Not irritating, exciting, or disturbing Bland
Easily Broken; Not Flexible Brittle
1. A number of similar things grouped together. 2. To gather or come together in a group. Cluster
To join or bring together Combine
A joining or bringing together. Combination
1. To use up. 2. To eat or drink. 3. To do away with or destroy. Consume
To have a strong desire for. Crave
A strong desire. Craving
1. To prepare land for the growing of crops. 2. To grow or to help to grow. 3. To encourage development by attention or study. Cultivate
1. Equal To. 2. That which is equal to. Equivalent
1. To send goods to another country for sale. 2. Something Exported Export
1. To remove or take out. 2. To obtain with an effort. 3. Something removed or taken out. Extract
1. To cause to know; to make known by name. 2. To bring to the attention of, especially for the first time. 3 To bring into use. Introduce
1. Something spoken or written before the main part. 2. The act of being made known by name. Introduction
1. To buy. 2. Something that is bought. 3. The act of buying. Purchase
1. Of, from, or similar to the regions near the equator. 2. Hot and Moist. Tropical
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