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blunder
to make a foolish or careless mistake; to move clumsily and carelessly
cancel
to call off or do away with; to cross out with lines or other marks to show that something cannot be used again
continuous
going on without a stop or break
distribute
to give out in shares; to scatter or spread
document
a written or printed record that gives information or proof
fragile
easily broken or damaged, requiring special handling or care
myth
an old story that explans why something is or how it came to be; something imaginary
reject
to refuse to accept, agree to, believe, or use
scuffle
to fight or struggle closely with
solitary
living or being alone; being the only one
temporary
lasting or used for a limited time
veteran
a person who has served in the armed forces; a person who has a lot of experience
abandon
to give up on completely; to leave with no intention of returning
assault
a violent attack
convert
to change from one form to another
dispute
to argue, debate, quarrel over; to question or doubt the truth of
impressive
having a strong effect, commanding attention
justify
to show to be fair or right; to give good reasons for
misleading
tending to give a wrong idea, often on purpose
numerous
many or very many
productive
making or capable of making large amounts of; giving good results
shrewd
showing clever judgment and practical understanding
strategy
a carefully made plan or plot; a plan of military operations
villain
an evil or wicked person or character, especially in a story or a play