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Ela Mr. Laz 11

ELA- mr. laz

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abbreviate to shorten by leaving out certain parts
appropriate suitable or right for the purpose
exclude to leave out; to keep from being a part of
fanciful not based on reason; unrealistic.
futile certain to fail; hopeless or useless
grudge a feeling of resentment
inspire to fill with emotion or great excitement
majority the greater number or part; more than half
persevere to refuse to give up despite difficulties
possess to have or own
prejudice an opinion or strong feeling formed without careful thought or regard to the facts
resolute determine not to give in; unyielding
sneer to look down on with scorn; to mock or insult by words or manner
unanimous without any disagreement
unruly badly behaved
Created by: jschwartzman