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reassembled; assemble
1.to bring together or gather into one place, or one whole thing.
2.to put or fit together; put together the parts of:
presumed
to take for granted, assume, or suppose:
underestimated
to estimate at too low a value,
offspring
children of a particular parent
enthusiastic
lively interest: He shows marked enthusiasm for his studies.
expand
to spread or stretch out; unfold:
tuition
the money paid for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university: The college will raise its tuition again next year.
precisely
1.definitely or exactly stated: precise directions.
2.being exactly that and neither more nor less
startling
creating sudden alarm, surprise, or wonder; astonishing.
inconvenient
not easy to get or at hand: 2. not convenient
resolutely
firmly determined
rapturously
full of, feeling, or showing joy or delight.
daft
1.senseless, stupid, or foolish.
2.insane; crazy.
intrigue
to arouse the interest of by unusual, new, or fascinating qualities; appeal strongly to; captivate
"blue-stocking girls"
an educated, intellectual woman.
smug
contentedly confident of one's ability, superiority, or correctness;
"sitting pretty"
in an advantageous position.
b.well-to-do; successful.
simpering
smiling in a silly, self-conscious way.
embraced
1.to take or clasp in the arms; hug.
2.to take or receive eagerly; accept willingly: to embrace an idea.
delinquents
neglectful of a duty or obligation; guilty of a misdeed or offense.
standard
a rule or principle that is used as a basis for judgment:
despise
to regard with disgust; strongly dislike