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detachment lack of concern or attachment
crevice a crack forming an opening
plaintive expressing sorrow; mournful
appraise to estimate the value of
tactful demonstrating good judgement in dealing with others; non offensive
subside to become less active
semblance outward appearance
disparagement insult
curtly in a manner that is short and rude
furtive secretive
inaudible not able to be heard
contemptuous expressing scorn or disdain
collusion a secret agreement, especially for illegal or immoral purpose
lethargy the statue of being tired or unenergetic
edifice building or structure
sinister suggesting evil or harm
petulant impatient: peevish
apprehensive uneasy or fearful about somehing that might happen
ulcer open sore
estuary the place where a river meets the sea's side
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