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ADJECTIVE
1. IN CONTROL OF ONESELF
2. COMPOSED
3. CONFIDENT

REMEMBER TO REMAIN SECURE AND SELFPOSSESSED SO YOU CAN HAVE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION
SELF-POSSESSED
ADVERB-
1. RIGHTFULLY
2. SUITABLY
3. CORRECTLY

THE DISABLED SOILDER WAS DULLY REWARDED FOR RISKING HIS LIFE TO SAVE THE PEOPLE
DULY
ADJECTIVE
1. LIKELY TO HAPPEN SOON
2. COMING
3. LOOMING

WHEN THE WIND WAS BLOWING VIOLENTLY, WE KNEW THE TORNADO WATCH WAS IMMINENT
IMMINENT
NOUN
1. A WEAKNESS OF AILMENT
2. ILLNESS
3. DIABLITY

THE COUNSELOR GAVE THE TEACHER A NOTE FOR HER MENTAL INFIRMITY OF DOWN SYNDROME
INFIRMITY
NOUN
1. A TRACT OF OPEN ROLLING, WILD LAND, OFTEN HAVING MARSHES IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, AND SCOTLAND
2. MARSH
3. BOG

MRS. BENARD SHOWED US A PICTURE OF A MOOR WHICH HAD A LOT OF GRASS, HILLS, AND TREES.
MOOR
ADJECTIVE
1. IN CONTROL OF ONESELF
2. COMPOSED
3. CONFIDENT

REMEMBER TO REMAIN SECURE AND SELFPOSSESSED SO YOU CAN HAVE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION
SELF-POSSESSED
ADVERB-
1. RIGHTFULLY
2. SUITABLY
3. CORRECTLY

THE DISABLED SOILDER WAS DULLY REWARDED FOR RISKING HIS LIFE TO SAVE THE PEOPLE
DULY
ADJECTIVE
1. LIKELY TO HAPPEN SOON
2. COMING
3. LOOMING

WHEN THE WIND WAS BLOWING VIOLENTLY, WE KNEW THE TORNADO WATCH WAS IMMINENT
IMMINENT
NOUN
1. A WEAKNESS OF AILMENT
2. ILLNESS
3. DIABLITY

THE COUNSELOR GAVE THE TEACHER A NOTE FOR HER MENTAL INFIRMITY OF DOWN SYNDROME
INFIRMITY
NOUN
1. A TRACT OF OPEN ROLLING, WILD LAND, OFTEN HAVING MARSHES IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, AND SCOTLAND
2. MARSH
3. BOG

MRS. BENARD SHOWED US A PICTURE OF A MOOR WHICH HAD A LOT OF GRASS, HILLS, AND TREES.
MOOR