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ration
a limited amount or share of food
Noun.
rummaging
to look for something by moving things around in an untidy or careless way
Verb.
devoted
loyal and loving
Adjective.
ransacking
to search a place
Verb
wildly
urgency/needed very quickly/urgent/ pressing
urgent/ pressing
noun.
intricately
detailed and complicated
adjective.
glutted
to stuff; gorge
Verb.
acquaintances
someone you have met but do not know very well
Noun.
evolved
to change slowly, sometimes over many years;to develop an idea or plan by making small changes
Verb.
progressed
to move forward or to improve
Verb
exhaustion
makes you very tired
Noun.
experimented
to try something new
Verb.
stunned
shocks or dazes you or knocks you out
Verb
significance
important, or meaning a great deal
Adjective.
politically
having to do with politics or government
Adverb.
adversary
someone who fights or argues against you
Noun
grimaced
facial expression usually indicating a negative reaction to something
Verb
flabbergasted
informal) stunned and surprised
Adjective.
initially
first, or at the beginning
Adverb
circuit Noun.
a circular route
Noun
intricately
detailed and complicated
adjective.
glutted
to stuff; gorge
Verb.
acquaintances
someone you have met but do not know very well
Noun.
evolved
to change slowly, sometimes over many years;to develop an idea or plan by making small changes
Verb.
progressed
to move forward or to improve
Verb
exhaustion
makes you very tired
Noun.
experimented
to try something new
Verb.
stunned
shocks or dazes you or knocks you out
Verb
significance
important, or meaning a great deal
Adjective.
politically
having to do with politics or government
Adverb.
adversary
someone who fights or argues against you
Noun
grimaced
facial expression usually indicating a negative reaction to something
Verb
flabbergasted
informal) stunned and surprised
Adjective.
initially
first, or at the beginning
Adverb
circuit Noun.
a circular route
Noun
literally
word for word, actually, believe the person's exact words
Adverb.
sharpened
to make sharp: having a keen edge or fine point; to cut or pierce
Verb.
therein
in that place or time; in that matter or respect
Adverb
intersect
to meet or cross something
Verb