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English final

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Asset a quality or thing that can be used to advantage
sagely showing deep understanding and intelligent application of knowledge
savvy knowledge gained by actually doing or living through something
vacant empty
unfathomable impossible to understand
incredulous feeling or showing an inability to believe something
nonchalant having a confident easy matter
gallant splendid, spirited, brave
dumbfounded speechless with astonishment
ornery having a irritable mood
gingerly cautiously
defiance the act of resisting or challenging
elude to avoid or escape by being quick
implore to call upon with a humble request
grim cruel, fierce
detached separated
recur to go or come back in thought or discussion
genuine real
divert to turn aside
stupor a state of dullness or lack of interest resulting often from stress or shock
doggedly stubbornly determined
stricken troubled with misfortune
desert to leave
delirious showing a mental disturbance marked by confusion, disturbed speech, and hallucinations
vast very great in size, enormous
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