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cliche a phrase that is no longer very effective or meaningful because of being used too often.
commend able to speak with approval; to praise.
competent able to do something.
deception a trick or lie; something that deceives.
drudgery dull, uninteresting work
erode to wear away slowly.
falter 1. to hesitate; to not go straight onward; to lose courage. 2. to speak in a hesitating way; to stammer.
hoard NOUN a stored supply, often hidden; VERB to store up for future use; to collect, often in a greedy way.
intimidate to frighten; to influence by fear.
jubilant feeling great joy; filled with gladness and rejoicing; happy enough to shout.
luscious delicious; extremely sweet and pleasing to any of the senses.
offend to cause someone to feel hurt or angry; to insult.
retrieve to get back; or recover.
steadfast 1. firm and unchanging 2. loyal; true
tact the ability to deal with difficult situations without making people feel hurt or insulted.
Created by: dprzewoznik987