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Units 1-3

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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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