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 May 06, 2019

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Somber
Grave or gloomy in character
Effort to the point of exhaustion
Slightly salty

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Aptitude
Inherent ability
Lack of respect
A hostile challenge

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Replenish
Come out into view
Force to leave
Fill something that was previously empty

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Banish
To move hesitatingly
To consume all of your attention
To send away

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Recluse
A clear scent
Enthusiastic enjoyment
One who lives in solitude

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Debris
A small natural hill
Forward movement
The remains of something that has been destroyed

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Precipice
An impelling force
A very steep cliff
A large indefinite number

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Eavesdrop
Listen without the speaker's knowledge
Stubbornly unyielding
Unconventional or unusual

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Ominous
Completely free from dirt
Full of possibilities
Threatening

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Ignite
Overcome
Restore to good health
Cause to start burning

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Stamina
Offensive
A sum of money
Enduring strength and energy

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Obscure
Not clearly understood
A small and inadequate amount
To destroy property

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Narrate
Friendly and pleasant
Wear off or die down
Give a detailed account of

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Vulnerable
Capable of being wounded or hurt
A plan for attaining a particular goal
To move in large numbers

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Zeal
Carefully observant or attentive
A feeling of strong eagerness
Able to move freely in all directions

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Impending
About to occur
Be driven or carried along
Face and withstand with courage

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Meticulous
Extremely careful about details
Troublesome or irritable
Secretive; sly

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Oblivious
Lacking consciousness or awareness of something
Proud, arrogant
Clear and sharp in analysis

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Elated
Lazy
Full of high-spirited delight
Extreme ill repute

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Fabricate
To make up, invent
Not capable of being fully satisfied
Brave in the face of danger

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Inept
Extremely joyful
Stubbornly established by habit
Not suitable or capable, unqualified

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Feral
Gloomy or sullen
Savage, wild
A small amount of something

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Gluttony
Insignificant, trifling
Excessive eating or drinking
The lowest point of something

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Innate
A remedy for all ills
A slight variation in meaning
Natural, inborn, inherent; built-in

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Novice
Hasty, incautious
Preference or preferred way of doing something
One who is just a beginner at some activity requiring skill and experience

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Hypocrisy
Pretending to have feelings, beliefs, or virtues that one does not have
To brighten, freshen or polish; to restore or improve
Excess, overabundance

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Empathy
To reject, decline
Significant; conspicuous; standing out from the rest
Sensitivity to another's feelings as if they were one's own

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Diligent
Sedate, serious, self-restrained
Luck, finding good things without looking for them
Showing care in doing one's work

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Quaint
Charmingly old fashioned
Resentment, offense
Respected because of age, distinguished

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Myriad
To confuse or annoy
Loud, boisterous
A very large number

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Impeccable
Perfect, flawless
Undisciplined, lewd, lustful
The point of culmination; peak

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Flabbergasted
Humorous or ridiculous imitation
Astounded
A tendency, partiality, or preference

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Linger
Stay in a place longer than necessary
Rush out
Be in a state of confusion

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Disorderly
Lacking organization
Harmful to more than one person
Against the law

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Ecstatic
Overwhelming happiness
Hopeless
Bored

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Bitter
Lonely
Remembered
Not sweet

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Fatigued
Feel exhausted
Be annoyed
Be hungry

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Disinterested
Being passionate about something
Feeling against a particular idea
Feeling no interest in something

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Irk
Irritate
Enjoy
Amuse

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Redundant
Causing harm
Being without substance
Not needed or useful

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Authentic
Genuine
Expensive
Copied

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Nauseous
Feeling disorientated
Causing nausea
Feeling sleepy

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Vice
An advantage
An immoral or wicked personal characteristic
An obstacle to overcome

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Narcissistic
Being especially forgetful
Showing an excessive interest in oneself
Being considerate of others

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Apprehensive
Calm
Anxious or fearful
Lonely and isolated

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Advocate
Question something that nobody else does
Oppose in public
Publicly recommend or support

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Rowdy
Being intoxicated
Noisy and disorderly
Breaking the law

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Cumbersome
Unnoticeable and transparent
Large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use
Light

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Indifferent
Being opposed to something
Feeling strongly about something
Having no particular interest or sympathy; unconcerned

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Irony
Using sarcasm to make others laugh
An event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects
A joke told in front of an audience
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