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REDOLENT (RED ul unt)

KEY: RED LENT
The RED longjohns he LENT his little brother SMELLED of mothballs.

smelling of, suggestive of
REMONSTRATE (reh MAHN strate)

KEY: RE-DEMONSTRATE
The group RE-DEMONSTRATED the next day when everyone ignored their PROTEST demonstration.

protest
RESTIVE (RES tive)

REST IF
You will never get enough REST if you stay so FIDGETY all the time.

fidgety
SATURNINE (SAT ur nine)

SATURN
The creatures from the planet SATURN were SULLEN at being so far from home.

sullen
SEDULOUS (SED yoo lus)

SAID YOU LOUSE
The boss SAID to the loafer, "YOU LOUSE, why can't you be as DILIGENT as my other workers."

diligent
sed=sit
SCURRILOUS (SKUR uh lus)

SCARE US
When we were children, Farmer Brown would SCARE US away from his apple tre by SHOUTING COURSE LANGUAGE.

using course language
VITIATED (VISH ee ate ed)

VICIOUS
The VICIOUS dictator DEBASED his entire nation with his perverted actions.

debased
VOICHSAFE (vowchSAFE)

VOUCH SAFE
I VOUCHED for the employee accused of stealing from the SAFE until th evidence forced me to CONCEDE that he had done it.

concede
WAGGISH
(WAG ish)

WAG
The little dog WAGGED his tail as though he understood his master's JOKES.

fond of making jokes
TEMERARIOUS (TEM uh RARE ee us)

TIMID RARE US
When we were young, a TIMID word was RARE among US RECKLESS fellows.

reckless
TENDENTIOUS (ten DEN chus)

TENDENCY US
The teacher's TENDENCY to favor US over the other students drew criticism that she was BIASED.

biased
SYCOPHANT (SIK uh funt)

SICK ELEPHANT
Although the 300-pound heiress had all the grace of a SICK ELEPHANT, her suitors FLATTERED her about her dancing.

flatterer
SINE QUA NON (SIN eh kwah NAHN)

SEQUIN
The fashion designer considered SEQUINS to be an ESSENTIAL FAXTOR in ladies' formal wear.

essential factor