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v
to stick fast
to follow closely
adhere
Most players adhere to the rules of good behavior, when off the court.

Glue is used to adhere two things together.
v
to force into or push through
to see into
to move emotionally
penetrate
The nail penetrated my sneaker and I yelled in band class when it happened.
adj.
looking dangerous, uninviting or stern.
frightening
forbidding
The weather is forbidding. It may rain and cancel the game.
v.
to suggest favorably
to advise
recommend
May I recommend the lobster for dinner?
n.
a planned military movement
a skillful or clever move

v.
to conduct oneself or move something skillfully.
maneuver
When I jump my skateboard from the ground to the rail, I have to maneuver my board so I don't fall off.
n.
the science of employing military forces.

method for reaching a goal
tactics
The football players discussed the tactics, or strategies that they will use in their next game.
n
the lesser part or smaller number.
a subgroup smaller than or different from the community as a whole.
minority
The minority of people in the room were 20 girls. The rest were boys...50 of them.
n.
one who shares with others in some activity.
one who takes part.
participants
The participants all helped with the decorations at the school dance.
n.
a person who opposes
a competitor
opponents
I must beat my apponent and win the game.
v.
to give up under pressure.
to let or allow another.
to produce or return a profit.

n.
the amount produced.
yield
The car crashed into mom's car because it did NOT yield to traffic.