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accord2 noun; agreement, harmony. verb; to agree or bring in to harmonysyn: mutual understandingant conflict, friction
barter1 noun; to exchange in trade. verb; to exchange goods.syn: trade, swap.ant: sell, buy, purchase.
curt adj; short, rudely brief.syn: rude, brusque, terseant: curtious.
devise2 verb; to think out, invent, create.syn: planning, to conjuer upant: sabatogesyn concoct
dexterous1 verb; to think out, plan, figue out, invent, create.syn: agile handy, deft.
engross2 verb to occupy the complete attenetion, to absorb fully
entail verb, to burden on, impose, require: to restrictsyn: neccesitateant: exclude, rule out
ferret1 noun a kind of weasel verb to search or hunt outsyn: verb, track dow, sniff out
habituate2 to become used to; to cause become used to
impending2 adj about to happen, hanging over in a menacaing way.syn: immenentant:distant
personable1 adj; pleasing in appereance or personalitysyn:charming, agreeable, likeableant:unpleasent, disagreeable
rue verb; to regret, be sorry for. noun; a feeling of regretsyn: lament, repentant: cherish
scoff verb; to make fun of; to show contempt forsyn: ridicule, laugh atant: take seriously, admire
transition2 noun; a change from one state or condition to the othersyn: changeover
trepidition3 noun; fear, frightsyn: dread, anxiety, apprehensionant: confidence, self assurance
upraid2 verb; to blame, scold, find fault withsyn: bawl out, reprimand
vertible1 adj; actual, true, realant: false, suspicious
vex verb; to annoy, anger, exasperate, to confuse, bafflesyn: irratate, irk, puzzle, distressant: please, delight, soothe, mollify
vitality2 noun; strength, energy, liveliness; the capacity to live and develop; the power to endure and survivesyn: vigor, staminaant: lifelessness, torpor, lethargy
whimsical1 adj; subject to odd ideas, notions, or fancies; playful; unpredictablesyn: odd, peculiarant: serious, sober
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