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To admit; recognize
Acknowlege
Maria hates to blank that she sometimes makes mistakes.
real; true
Actual
The mother asked her son to explain the blank reason for his tardiness.
To bring into view; uncover; make known
Disclose
A jury cannot blank information about a trial until it is over.
To pour liquid over; drench; soak
Douse
One way of putting out a fire is to blank it with water.
dangerous; risky
Hazardous
One of the drawbacks of nuclear power plants is their production of blank waste.
To hold back; slow the progress of
Hinder
Inadequate nutrition can blank a child's development.
Improper; unclean, dirty
Impure
The air is blank around many major cities.
Secret plot; conspiracy.
Intrigue
The spy's life was full of mystery and blank.
Appealing; tempting
Inviting
A cool dip in a swimming poos sounds blank on a hot day.
A person who reports or edits news for a television newscast, newspaper or other type of news medium.
Journalist
A blank must have good communication skills.
To be slow in leaving; delay
Linger
Sarah blanked ouside the classroom, hoping to get a chance to talk to her teacher.
A skillful movement or shrewd action
Maneuver
Top basketball players are known for their skillful blanks on the court.
Relating to a central city and its surrounding communities.
Metropolitan
Abdul lives in the Chicago blank area.
The act of chasing or seeking; an occupation or hobby.
Pursuit
The Declaraction of Independence states that all people have a right to the blank of happiness.
Dependable.
Reliable
Mark's perfect attendance demonstrates that he is a blank employee.
Serious, deeply earnest.
Solemn
The blank look on my father's fact told me something was wrong.
Not responsible for.
Unaccountable
Although the boy was declared blank for his actions due to his age, his parents had to pay the fine.
Unknowing; not conscious of.
Unaware
The new resident was blank of the many community services available.
A Description or retelling from one person's point of view; an interpretation.
Version
I heard three blanks of the same story from three different people.
Lively;
Vivid
The storyteller gave a blank description of the characters and the action.