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flair
noun
a natural quality

To go to F.I.T. you need a flair for clothes designing.
inscribe
verb
to write or engrave

My basketball trophey has my name inscribed on it.
cubicle
noun
a small room or compartment

If you are noisy in resource Ms. Wells makes us go into a cubicle.
aspire
verb
to have ambitious hopes or plans

I aspire to pass Biology.
drudgery
noun
work that is hard and tiresome

Studying for Biology is drudgery to me.
bleak
adj.
bare, dreary, dismal

Before I remodeled my room it was bleak, there wasn't anything in it.
chide
verb
to blame;scold

When my mother finds out that I was with John she chided me.
despicable
adj.
worthy of scorn

Mr. Morgano believes that John is a despicable person.
impair
verb
to make imperfect, damage, harm

When people drink too much beer it impairs their liver.
rugged
adj.
rough, irregular; severe, stern; strong

The Marlboro man is rugged.
escalate
verb
to elevate

When Mom and I talk about John it excaletes to screaming.
slipshod
adj.
untidy in driss, personal habits

My 7 year old brother has a slipshod appearance.
auxiliary
adj.
giving assistance or support

The auxiliary police were at the mall.
The auxiliary police are like the Keystone Cops.