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adequate 1. Enough, Sufficient Acceptable
administer 1.To manage or direct 2. To give out as treatment or assistance Conduct
agitate 1. To disturb or upset. 2. To move with an irregular, fast violent action. 3. To stir up interest. disturb
capitulate 1. To give in or surrender submit
citrus 1. A fruit if the family that includes oranges, lemons,grapefruits, and limes. 2. A tree that produces these fruits.
disrupt 1. To break up the orderly course of. 2. To interrupt; to bring to a temporary halt. disturb
hovel 1. An unpleasent, cramped, and dilapitated place to live. hut
illiterate 1. Unable to read or write. ignorant
indifferent 1. Not concerned about; not caring. 2. Neither very good nor very bad; passable uncaring
menial 1. Of or relating to lov level work, humble work. boring
permanent 1. Lasting or expecting to last forever. constant
respite 1. A period of rest; a pause relief
strenuous 1. Nedding much effort; using a lot of energy 2. Very active; vigorous.
toll 1. To work long and hard. 2. To make one ways difficult. labor
urgent 1. Needing quick action or attention. crucial
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