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Adjourn
to stop prcieedings temporarily; move to another place
postpone, suspend discontinue
Alien
a citizen of another country, foreign, strange
S: exotic, unfamiliar
comely
having a pleasant appearance

S: good-looking, attractive, bonny
compensate
to make up for to repay for services
S: pay back, reimburse, recompense
Dissolute
loose in one's morals or behavior
S: dissipated, debauced, immoral, corrupt
erratic
not regular or consistent; different from wht is ordinarily expected
S: irregular, inconsistent, unpredictable
expulsion
the pricess of driving or forcing out
S: ejection, ouster, eviction
feint
a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense
S: trick, ruse, subterfuge, dodge, bluff
fodder
food for horses or cattle; raw material for a designated purpose
S: feed, provender
fortify
to strengthen, build up
S: reinforce, shore up
illegible
difficult or impossible to read
S: unreadable, indecipherable, scribbled
jeer
to make fun of rudely or unkindly, a rude remark of derision
S laugh at, mock, taunt
lucrative
bringing in money; profitable

S: gainful, moneymaking
mediocre
average, ordinary, undistinguished
S; run of the mill
proliferate
to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly
S: mulitply, mushroom, burgeon
subjegate
to conquer by force, bring under complete control
S; subdue, vanquish, master
sully
to soil, stain, tarnish, cefile, besmirch
S; pollute, taint, smear
tantalize
to tesae, torment by teasing

S: tempt, lead on, make one's mouth water
Terse
brief and to the point
S: concise, succinct, crisp, short and sweet
unflinching
firm, showing no signs of fear, not drawing back
S: resolute, steadfast, unwavering