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a person who moves slowly or falls behind. adj;falling behind, slow to act, move or respond
laggard
applause, enthusiastc praise or approval
plaudits
to make impossible, prevent, shut out
preclude
to return, go back
revert
broken stone or bricks, ruins
rubble
of or realting to a slave; behaving like or suitable for a slave or servant, menial; lacking spirit/independece, actively submissive
servile
a watch, especially at night any period of watchful attention
vigil
to quarrel or argue ina noisy, angry way; to obtain by argument; to herd, a noisy quarrel
wrangle
a proverb, a wise saying
adage
a rich mass of ore in a mine something very valuable, profitablem or rewarding, a scource of wealth or prosperity.a very large amount, sudden profit/gain
bonanza
lacking politeness, good manners, or sensitivit.difficult to deal with, rude
churlish
a fortress that overlooks and protects a city any strong or commanding place
citadel
to work with/work together
collaborate
an order having the force of law, to issue such an order, to command firmly or forcefully
decree
dissagreeable in sound, lacking harmony, jarred, conflicting
discorant
to develop gradually, raise to a higher level
evolve
a passage taken from a book, article etc., to take such a passage, to quote
excerpt
to fell hesitatly with the hands, to search blindly and uncertainly
grope
to float/hang suspended over. to move back and forth uncertainly over or around
hover
to make or force one's way by pushing or elbowing. to bump, shove, brush against, to compete for
jostle