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Homographs etc Dec18


a verbal argument row
a first coat of paint used as a base or sealant primer
a sickly person too weak to care for oneself invalid
the active ingredient of a substance in concentrated form extract
a typical example of something epitome
a ceremony to mark the beginning of something inauguration
to do business with, buy from patronize
never done before unprecedented
President of the United States POTUS
tricks, especially to get a sale gimmicks
an elementary level book to teach a skill primer
a person who held office or a job before the current person predecessor
Supreme Court of the United States SCOTUS
hesitant, unwilling reluctant
to talk down to patronize
a body of troops or police moving in close formation phalanx
void, not legal invalid
an impressive range, display array
First Lady of the United States FLOTUS
extremely small minute
a verbal argument row
to cause or force someone to undergo a particular experience; subject
to draw out or remove by force extract
garbage, trash refuse
extremely small minute
Created by: frauswenson