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adjourn
op stop proceedings; discontinue; postpone; suspend
alien
a citizen of a diff country; foreign, strange; exotic, unfamiliar
comely
having a pleasing appearance; good looking; attractive; bonny
compensate
to make up for; to repay for services; pay back; reimburse; recompense
dissolute
loose in one's morals or behavior; dissipated; debauched; immoral; corrupt
erratic
not regular or consistent; different from what is ordinarily expected; undependable; irregular; inconsistent; unpredictable
expulsion
the process of driving or forcing out; ejection; ouster; eviction
feint
a deliberately deceptive movement; a pretense; to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of; trick; ruse; subterfuge; dodge; bluff
fodder
food for a horse or cattle; raw material for a disgnated purpose; feed; provender
fortify
to strengthen; build up; reinforce; shore up
illegible
difficult/impossible to read; unreadable; indecipherable; scribbled
jeer
to make fun of rudely or unkindly; a rude remark; laugh at; mock; taunt
lucrative
bringing in money; profitable; gainful; moneymaking
mediocre
average; ordinary; undistinguished; run-of-the-mill
proliferate
to reproduce, increase, or spread rapidly; multiply; mushroom; burgeon
subjugate
to conquer by force; bring under complete control; subdue; vanquish; master
sully
to soil, stain, tarnish, defile, besmirch; pollute; taint; smear
tantalize
to tease, torment by teasin; tempt; lead on; mke one's mouth water
terse
brief and to the point; concise; succinct; crisp; short & sweet
unflinching
firm, showin no signs of fear, drawing back; resolute; steadfast; unwatevering