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abominable
Detestable, loathsome; very bad or unpleasant
abduction
The act of caarring off by force; kidnapping.
abject
Being of the cost conemptible or miserable kind.
abruptly
Suddenly and unexpectedly; curtly or brusquely.
abstinence
To relinquish formally a high office or responsibility.
abrogate
To cancel, repeal, do away with or annual.
abolitionist
A person who advocates the end of slavery.
abscond
To leave secretly and quickly to hide to avoid arrest.
aboriginal
Existing in a land from earliest times.
avocation
A minor occupation; a hobby
aberration
A deviaton from what is normal; a mental lapse.
ab,abs, a
From, away from, off

absent, abhor, abolish
ten, tin, tain
To hold, keep

lietenant, contain, tennis
scend, scent
to climb

ascent, descent
duc, duct
to lead

conductive, induct
rupt
to break

abrupt, bankrupt, corrupt
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subtleties
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playwright
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condemned
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hemorhage
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poignant
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rhetorical
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undoubtedly
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heightened
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rhapsodic
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impugn
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abscess
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overwrought
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descendant
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solemnly
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haughtily
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acquiesced