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abduction (noun)
kidnapping
conducive (adjective)
contributing to;leading to
deduction (noun)
something subtracted from a total
dejected (adjective)
depressed;downcast
eject (verb)
to force to leave;to expel
jettison (verb)
to throw out forcefully;to throw overboard
stature
level of achievement and honor
status quo (noun)
the existing conditions; present state of things
staunch (adjective)
faithful;firmly supporting
abstain (verb)
not to do something by choice
tenable (adjective)
capable of being defended;logical
tenacious (adjective)
firmly holding;gripping;retaining
duc, duct
lead
ject
throw
stans, stat
standing;placed
tain, ten
hold
tract
pull
vers, vert
turn
circum
around
trans
across
distraught (adjective)
crazy with worry or distress
extract (verb)
to pull out; to draw out
retract (verb)
to withdraw a promise or statement;to pull something back
adversary (noun)
opponent;foe
inadvertently(adverb)
unintentionally;by accident
perverse (adjective)
contrary; determined not to do what is expected or right
circumscribe (verb)
to limit; to restrict; to enclose
circumspect (adjective)
cautious; careful; considering results of actions
circumvent (verb)
to avoid; to outwit
transcend (verb)
to overcome; to go above limits
transformation (noun)
a complete change
transitory (adjective)
short-lived; existing briefly; passing