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(adj.)official, reliable
authorative
(adj.) in the state of financial ruin
(n.) one who has been ruined financially
bankrupt
(n.) an outcry, loud continued noise
(v.) to call for by loud
clamor
(v.) to be in full agreement , to happen at the same time
coincide
(adj.) inclined to believe the worst in people, sneering
cynical
(n.) tyrant, dictator
despot
(n.) a long quarrel
(v.) to fight with
feud
(v.) to argue about in a petty way
haggle
(adj.) brave and tough
hardy
(adj.)able to get along well, melodious
harmonious
(v.) to store, save up
(n.) a hidden suppy or store
hoard
(adj.,part.) slightly ill
indisposed
(n.) an inheritance, something handed down form the past
legacy
(adj.) lawful, reasonable
legitimate
(n.) merry fun
mirth
(v.) to preform the duties of an office, to conduct a religous ceremony, to referee
officiate
(adj.) not complete, favoring one side
partial
(v.) to give one's business to regularly as a customer, to treat someone as inferior whilemaking a show of being gracious and kind
patronize
(n.0 a ceremony
rite
(adj.) shrewd, wise
sagacious