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auxiliary adj. giving assistance or support n. a helper
candid adj. frank, sincere, impartial
cubicle n. a small room or compartment
drudgery n. work that is hard and tiresome
envoy n. a representative or messenger
escalate v. to elevate
expedient n. a means to an end, adj. advantageous
feign v. to pretend
flair n. a natural quality
grievous adj. causing sorrow or pain
heterogeneous adj. composed of different kinds, divers
horde n. a vast number
impel v. to force
incredulous adj. disbelieving, skeptical
inscribe v. to write or engrave
monologue n. a speece by one acrot
prognosis n. a forecast of the probable course
rasping adj. with a harse grating sound, n. a harsh sound
repugnant adj. offensive
scuttle v. to sink a ship by cutting holes in it, n. a pail
Created by: bdallen