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squalor
filth, degradation, soridness
expurgate
remove objectionable material from a book; bowdlerize; purify
brine
salty water
dross
wasre; refuse
sot
preson made foolish by excessive drinking
abstemious
not eating or drinking
approximate
nearly correct
jettison
throw (goods) overboard to lighten a ship or plane; discard
adjacent
lying near or next to
purge
cleans; purify;rid of undesired element or person
immaculate
spotless; absolutely; clean; pure; faultless
venerable
worthy of respect because of age
senile
showing the weakness of age
veteran
1. experienced person in occupation
2. ex0member of the armd forces
inebriated
drunk, intoxicated
contiguous
touchnig, adjoining
environs
districts surroundings a place, suburbs
dipsomania
abnormal, uncontrollable
sober
not drunk or serious
purge
cleans; purify;rid of undesired element or person
flotsam
wreckage of shit
starboard
pertaining to the right-hand side of a ship when you face the bow( forward) (ant: port)
propinquity
1. kinship
2. nearness of place
teetotaler
person who stays away from drinking totally
mariner
sailor; seamen
marine
of the sea or shipping; nautical; maritime
doldrums
1. calm windless part of ocean
2. listlessness
leeward
in the direction away from the wind (ant: windward)
contaminate
make impure by mixture; pollute (ant: decontaminate)
jettison
throw (goods) overboard to lighten a ship or plane; discard
jetsam
goods cast overboard to lighten a ship in distress
carrion
decaying flesh of a carcass
offal
waste parts of a butchered animal;
sloven
person ahbitually untidy, dity, or careless in dress,v habits, etc
slatternly
untidy; dirty from habitual neglect; slovenly
sully
tarnish' besmirch; defile
juxtapose
put side by side, put close together
squalid
filthy from neglect; dirty; degraded
superannuated
retired on pension
justaposition
close or side by side position
yore
long ago
carousal
jovial feast, drinking party
sobreity
temperance, abstinance
sordid
filthy, vile
bow
foward part of ship