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to stop something that was planned; to call something off
cancel
able to bend
flexible
to give someone an idea about something; to offer a thought for others to think about
suggest
something true; something that can be proved
fact
a smell
odour
wanting to know more about something; having questions about someone or something
curious
to get ready
prepare
a promise people make to one another; an understanding between people
agreement
bad; without anything good; not positive
negative
anything someone has seen or lived through; what happens to someone
experience
to find out exactly who someone is or what something is
identify
done every day; happening or appearing every day
daily
to make; to bring about
produce
new; not like everything else
original
a nervous feeling; unrest caused by worry
tension
to keep people's interest with something happy or enjoyable
entertain
to keep safe
protect
someone who works or helps for no pay
volunteer
a special skill, often one that someone is born with
talent
not important
minor
not thinking too highly of oneself
humble
to hurt; to begin to harm
attack
something that happens, often an important happening
event
the ending of something
conclusion
easy to like; enjoyable; lovely
pleasant
open to everyone; not private
public
not often happening or seen; strange; not usual
unusual
to say someone has done something wrong; to charge someone with a fault or crime
accuse
worth a lot; having great value
precious
to get someone to want to do something; to move someone to take action
inspire
feeling silly and ashamed
embarrassed
to say that something is true, often without being able to show that it is so
claim
someone that another person tries to beat in a contest of some kind
rival
empty; not being used by anyone
vacant
to wait until later to do something; to postpone
delay
to show that something is important
emphasize
to be helped by something
benefit
to make someone want to do something isn't good or right
tempt
making sense; using or showing reason
logical
to be enough for someone; to fill someone's need or wish
satisfy