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crusade
noun
a fight for some good cause or against some wrong

Hall moniters were assigned as part of the school's crusade, against crime
crusade
verb
to take part in a crusade

i am eager to help raise money for all the charities at the walk-a-thon
downcast
adjective
1. looking or directed downward
2. sad, dicoraged, depressed

its bad to be down cast, always think possetive
drastic
extreme, seriouse, having a major efect

dont dye your hair a drastic color, you wouldn't want to go from blonde to purple
engulf
verb
to swallow up; to cover completely

you must fully engulf your self in tomato juice if you get sparyed by a skunk, you have to be covered.
grandeur
noun
the quality of being grand
the statue of liberty is famouse for its grandeur, it symbolises paece and greatness
imbecile
noun
a very silly, foolish, or stupid person

only an imbecile would dive head first into a three-foot pool
inoperative
adjective
not operating
the wireless in inoperative in the music rooms, you barley get any signal
insignificant
adjective
having little or no meaning or importance
Having Pepsi or Coke is insignifiacant to me, they taste the same
novice
noun
one who is new to an occupation or activity
Every one must be a novice before they can be a fulltime employee
quip
noun
a short witty remark or reply
my brother loves answering questions with a quip, he thinks making people angry is funny
quip
verb
to make such a remark
some people quip for fun
relent
verb
to become less harsh
teachers sometimes relent, if a student prooves that he/she is not guilty
resilient
adj
able to spring back to the origanal form
the sponge was resilient when i squeezed it and it went back into a rectangle
resilient
adj
able to recover quickly or easily
i am resilient to my allergies after i take my medicine.
retaliate
verb
to act in return for another's earlier action
shenanigans
noun
playful mischief
the boys shenanigans arnt to evil, they normaly have shaving cream involved
simultaneous
adj
happening at the same time
we simutaneously said the answer at the same time