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vehemently
Marked by or full of vigor or energy
Define Facades.
Fronts of buildings
Define Congenial
agreeable
Define tantalizing
teasing
Deine rapacious
Greedy
emanate
to come forth
acute
sharp; sensitive
vexed
To disturb and annoy
sagacity
intelligence and good judgement
Refrained
Hold back
Wary
caution
suavity
smooth
audacity
boldness
Derison
Contempt, redicule
Paranoia
mental disorder that often causes people to beleive they are being persecuted; false suspicions
Tremendous
trmbline; fearfull or timid
oblivious
unaware
sublime
majestic, grand.
Desolate
lonley, miserable, deserted.
discrepit
broken down or worn out for old age or long use.
poignant
cusing sadness or pain
ruefully
feeling or expressing embarassing
parasites
person who lives at others expence with out making any contribution
grueling
exhausting, extreamly demanding
Ravenous
extreamly hunry
elapst
pass
remit
send as a payment
Whats the first law of motion? (example)
A frog leaping upward off his lily pad is pilled downward by gravity and lands on another lily pad instead of contiuing on in a straght line
Example of the second law of motion?
A pitched baseball goes faster than one that is gently thrown
Third law of motion
When you paddle a canue, pushing the water back the canoe goes forward