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51 Cards in this Set

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tamper
to interfere with
impatience
the inability to wait paitently
annual
happening every year
combat
armed battle, fighting
occasional
happening every now and then
vow
a sacred promise
dignity
high worth
magical
mysterious, enchanting
severe
strict
illegal
unlawful
adviser
one who gives advice
counterfeit
imitation
nuisance
an annoying person or thing
reliable
dependable
vacate
to leave empty
deceive
mislead, to cheat
yearn
desire
anniversary
the remembrance of the date an event happened.
opponent
someone against you
halo
circle of light
humid
damp and moist
vicinity
a surrounding area
rampage
to rush wildly about
estimate
to judge what something is worth
amateur
a person who takes part in an activity for pleasure, not pay.
document
to provide written proof
jagged
having a sharp or uneven edge
disregard
to pay no attention to , to ignore
shatter
break into many pieces
loyalty
faithfulness
vacate
to leave empty
bonus
something given or paid that is aove what is expected.
slogan
a word or phrase used by a party or a group to attract attention
symbol
something that represents something else
migrate
to move from one country or place to another
just
honest in one's dealing and actions, suitable, fitting
lawful
allowed by law
frequent
happening often
majority
more than half
brillance
brightness, magnificence, intelligence.
portable
easily moved, able to be carried
capable
having ability
core
the central part
supreme
greatest in importance
abolish
to do away with
hesitate
tostop or pause, to take time
fiction
something that is told or written that is not fact
generosity
unselfishness
gratitude
thankfulness
allowable
permittable
admirer
one who regards with wonder or approval