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Units 1-3

to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to remind of a duty admonish
an opening , gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to create an opening, breakthrough. breach
a bandit brigand
careful circumspect
to seize for military use commandeer
clumsy, hard to handle cumbersome
a standstill deadlock
scattered fragments debris
to spread out or scatter diffuse
difficult situation dilemma
to wipe out efface
to make a mess of muddle
stubborn and often unreasonable opinionated
lasting for a long time perennial
to incline beforehand predispose
to let go; give up relinquish
to save from wreckage salvage
sudden and violent spasmodic
not genuine not true spurious
uncontrolled unbridled
stop proceedings temporarily, move to another place adjourn
a citizen of another country, foreign: strange alien
having a pleasing appearance comley
to make up for; to repay compensate
loose in one's morals or behavior dissolute
not regular or consistent erratic
the process of driving out or focing out expulsion
a deliberately deceptive movement feint
food for horses or cattle fodder
to strengthen. build up fortify
difficult or impossible to read illegible
to make fun of rudely or unkindly jeer
bringing in money; profitable lucrative
average; ordinary mediocre
to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly proliferate
to conquer by force subjugate
to soil, stain sully
to tease or torment tantalize
breif, to the point terse
firm, showing no signs of fear unflinching
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