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To warn. To criticize gently. admonish
Struck with horror; shocked aghast
To destroy completely; to reduce to utter ruin. annihilate
A person who provides help, especially by giving money. benefactor
To give as an honor; to present as a gift. bestow
1.Having many twists and turns; winding. 2. Sneaky; not frank or honest. devious
Lacking; empty; entirely without. devoid
To pay attention to. Attention; notice. heed
A human being, especially as contrasted with a god. Of or relating to human beings. Causing death; fatal. mortal
To think about in a quiet, careful way. muse
A person who goes before others and opens the way for them to follow. To open the way for others. pioneer
A deadly disease that spreads rapidly from person to person. Anything that causes destruction or suffering. To cause suffering or distress. plague
To sink to a lower level. To become quieter or less active. subside
Not done on purpose; unintended. unwitting
Forceful anger; fury wrath
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