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Stack #96751

blue book unit 3

cautious ( adj.) avoiding unnecessary risks or mistakes
bluff (adj) direct and outspken in a good-natured way (n) a steep, high cliff or bank; an attempt to fool someone (v) to deceive or trick; to try to fool others by putting on a confident front
consist ( used with of) to be made up of
despise (v) to look down on intensely or feel contemt for, dislike strongly
haven a safe place
miniature (n) a very small copy, model, or painting (adj) on a very small scale
monarch (n) a person who rules over a kingdom or empire
obstacle (n) something that gets in the way
postpone (v) to put off until later
straggle (v) to stray off or trail behind; to spread out in a scattered fashion
treacherous (adj) likely to betray; seeming safe but actually dangerous
vivid (adj) bright and sharp, giving a clear picture; full of life
Created by: martinl