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awkward
(adj)not skillful or graceful; hard to handle; embarrassing
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clatter
(v)to make short, sharp sounds by rattling or banging together; to speak or move with confused, noisy sound
(n)a hard, rattling sound; busy excitement; noisy chattering
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gallant
(adj)showy in appearance; splendid; brave or full of spirit, showing courtesy; very attentive
(n)a fashionable young gentleman; a suitor
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lukewarm
(adj)only moderately warm, not hot but not cold; without enthusiasm
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plentiful
(adj)in great supply, easily available; more than enough
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ration
(n)a portion of food allowed for one meal or one day; food or supplies; a share
(v)to pass out in limited portions; to limit the use of
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reserve
(v)to hold back or set aside; to save for future use
(n)something set aside for a certain purpose; something stored for later use; the use of care or caution in actions or words
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scholar
(n)a learned person; an expert in a field of study; someone who studies with a teacher; a student who gets a gift of money to pay for education
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smolder
(v)to burn slowly, with smoke but no flame; to exist in a suppressed state; to show suppressed feelings
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trudge
(v)to walk or march slowly and with difficulty or tiredness
(n)a long, tiring walk
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volunteer
(n)a person who chooses to join or to do a service; someone who gives time or effort without pay
(v)to offer one's services; to do or say freely
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weary
(adj)feeling tired, worn out; having no more patience
(v)to make tired; to grow tired
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