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Ela Mr. Laz 9

ELA- mr. laz

Accumulate To increase in number or amount, to pile up, collet, or gather.
Aggravate To make worse. To anger or annoy. A source of annoyance or aggravation.
Conserve To save by using carefully
Contaminate To harm by contact with something undesirable
diminish To make or become smaller or less; to reduce
drastic severe' extreme
extravagant spending, costing, or using more than is required. Something that costs more than one can afford
frugal careful in spending or using something
impurity something that is harmful or dirty
peril danger
perpetual lasting or seeming to last forever or for a long time, continuous
resource a supply that can be used when there is a need. skill in dealing with different situations
substitute to replace one thing or for another
sustain to keep up; to support
vital necessary for continued life or prosperity. full of lively spirit. of the greatest importance
Created by: jschwartzman