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5th - Lesson 10 WW

Wordly Wise Lesson 10

available Adjective, easy to get; present and ready for use.
bondage Noun, the state of being enslaved.
donate Verb, to give to those in need, often through an organization.
donation Noun, whatever is donated, such as money or goods.
establish Verb, to set up or begin / to show to be true.
establishment Noun, something that has been established, especially a business or public building.
evade Verb, to keep away from; to avoid being caught / to avoid doing or answering.
evasive Adjective, carefully avoiding saying to much; not open or direct.
liberate Verb, to free.
numerous Adjective, a large number; very many.
occasion Noun, a particular time / a special event.
occasional Adjective, happening once in a while.
oppose Verb, to be or act against.
opposition Noun, the act or condition of being against.
prohibit Verb, to forbid by law or order.
pursue Verb, to follow in order to capture; to chase / to seek actively; to carry on with.
pursuit Noun, the act of following after / an activity, as a job or sport, that a person takes part in.
reassure Verb, to make less worried or fearful; to comfort.
reassurance Noun, the act of giving comfort or the state of receiving comfort.
reluctant Adjective, not wanting to do something; unwilling.
reluctance Noun, the state of not wanting to do something.
superior Adjective, excellent of its kind / higher in position or rank.
yearn Verb, to want very badly; to be filled with longing.
yearning Noun, a longing or strong desire.
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