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hazard

Putting toys on the steps is a dangerous hazard.
meaning: danger; risk
restorative

Vitamin E has restorative powers.
meaning: capable of returning something to its former state
immoderate

Screaming is an immoderate solution to the problem.
meaning: excessive; unreasonable
inured

She was inured to the radiation treatments.
meaning: to become accustomed to something unpleasant
response

His response to his mother was rude.
meaning: answer or reaction
volume

The radio's volume hurt my ears.
The volume of the container did not hold the cotton candy.
meaning: loudness; the capacity of a container
stress

Final exams give me stress.
meaning: physical or mental strain; pressure
expose

Do not expose your face to the sun without sunscreen.
meaning: to leave without protection; to make known; to reveal
repetition

Repetition is the way I learn best.
meaning: act of doing again; a repeating
mechanism

The off mechanism is broken on the ice cream machine
meaning: system of parts; machinery
constitution

She had a delicate constitution so she was sick a lot.
meaning: the way in which a thing is made up: structure; physical makeup of a person
noxious

The noxious fumes from the truck sent us to the hospital.
meaning: harmful to health; injurious
moderate

Moderate exercise is good for everyone.
meaning: within reasonable limits; mild; not violent
adapt

I will adapt the recipe to serve a bigger crowd
meaning: to change in order to meet certain needs or conditions; to adjust
psychological

She needed psychological help.
meaning: of the mind; mental
organism

The organisms in the pond created oxygen for the fish.
meaning: any plant or animal; any living thing
convalescence

His convalescence from surgery would take 3 months.
meaning: period of recovery after illness or surgery
exhaust

She was exhausted from the 35 mile hike up the mountain.
meaning: to make or become tired; something given off, as fumes from a gasoline engine
potent

Radiation is a potent treatment.
meaning: powerful; effective
involve

I would like to be involved in sports.
meaning: to include by necessity; to require