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W.W. 12

Definitions and Words :12

Ability Power or knowledge; skill.
Amiable Friendly; good natured and pleasant.
Bliss Complete joy or happiness. Very happy; joyful.
Caress To touch in a tender or loving way. A tender or loving touch or hug.
Clutch To grasp or hold tightly. The part of a machine that connects and disconnects the power from the rest of the machine.
Coax To persuade or urge in a gentle way.
Furious Very, very angry. Very fast, strong, or wild. Great anger. Wild and uncontrolled force.
Gesture A movement of the arm or hand. Something done to show one's feelings. To make a movement of the arm or hand.
Mope To be sad and gloomy; to lose interest in the things that usually bring pleasure.
Prefer To like better; to choose first. That which is preferred.
Recover To get back to normal state; to get well again. To get back what was lost or stolen. A return to a normal state. The act of getting back what was lost or stolen.
Replace To take the place of. To put back in place. A person or thing that takes the place of another.
Request To ask for. The thing asked for.
Separate To set or keep apart. Not together; not joined.
Shun To take special pains to avoid; to keep away from.
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