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alloy
to commingle
to debase by mixing with something inferior
appropriate
to take for one's own sake
confiscate
arrest
to suspend
to engage
august
majestic
venerable
bent
leaning, inclination
proclivity
tendency
broach
bring up
announce begin to talk about
brook
to tolerate
endure
countenance
cardinal
major
color
to change as if dying
die
a tool used for shaping
essay
to test or try
experiment
attempt
exact
to demand
call for
require
fell
where trees are cut to extract lumber
flag
to sag or droop
to become spiritless
to decline
flip
sarcastic
impertinent
ford
to wade across the shallow part of a river or stream
grouse
to complain or grumble
guy
a rope or something attached as a brace or guide
intimate
to imply, suggest or insinuate
list
to tilt or lean to one side
lumber
to move heavily and clumsily
milk
to exploit
to squeeze eveery last ounce out of
mince
pronounce or speak affectedly
euphemize
speak too carefully
nice
exacting
fastidious
excessively precise
obtain
to be established, accepted o customary
occult
hidde, concealed, beyond comprehension
pedestrian
commonlace
trite
unremarkable
quotidian
pied
multi-colored
usually in blotches
plastic
moldable
pliable
not rigid
pluck
courage
spunk
fortitude
prize
to pry
to press or force with a lever
rail
to complain about bitterly
rent
torn
quail
to lose courage
turn frightened
qualify
to limit
sap
to enervate or weaken the vitality of
scurvy
contemptible
despicable
singular
exceptional
unusual
odd
steep
to saturate or completely soak
strut
the supporting structural cross-part of a wing
tender
to proffer or offer
wag
wit'
joker