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Adjust
verb

To Correct or regulate
Accomplish
verb
To do something successfully
Attempt
1.verb-to try
2.noun- a try
Allies
noun

Persons or countries that are your friends
Approve
verb
To have a good opinion
Admission
noun
1.A confession or disclosure
2.an entrance fee
Attachment
noun
A friendship or devotion
Assist
verb
To help
Accumulate
verb
To gather or collect
Assign
verb
To give out a task
Assemble
noun
To gather or meet; put together
Attendance
noun
Everyone present at a event
Appliance
noun
A household machine or tool
Alliance
noun
A close friendship
Appreciation
noun
A grateful recognition
Sixteen-year-olds
noun, plural
People who are sixteen years old
Sheriffs
noun, plural
The chief law enforcement officers of counties
Oxen
noun, plural
Domesticated bulls used as draft animals
Cupfuls
noun, plural
The amounts a cup will hold
Roofs
noun, plural
Top coverings of buildings
Media
noun, plural
The various means of mass communication
Leftovers
noun
Unused things that remain, such as uneaten food
Species
noun
1.Kind or type 2. Group of related animals or plants
Onlookers
noun, plural
The people watching an event
Data
noun, plural
Facts and figures
Giraffes
noun, plural
Large African plant-eating animals with long necks and legs
Bystanders
noun, plural
People not participating in an event, but standing near
Series
noun, plural
A sequence of events, games, or numbers
Brothers-in-law-noun
plural
1.the brothers of someone’s wife or husband
2. the husbands of someone’s sisters
Parentheses
noun, plural
A pair of curved lines, ( ), used to set off an explanatory part of a sentence