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adversary
opponent;enemy
alternative
choice; possibility
ambled
walked leisurely
annoyance
disturbance; nuisance
countered
spoke or acted against
defiance
resistance to authority
dictated
ordered
donations
gifts (usually money); contributions
encounter
meeting (usually tense)
front
false manner; guise
generosity
freely giving
indifference
lack of interest
prestige
high or influential position; status; prominence
principle
standard of behavior; law
regretfully
sorrowfully; disappointedly
shabby
unfair; mean; also, worn
smirked
smiled sarcastically or falsely
violate
break; do violence to
barely
very little; not too much
accustomed
used to; familiar with
burdens
something that weights one down physically or mentally
disturbing
bothering; making uncomfortable
forbidden
not permitted or allowed, (very negative)
offhandedly
casually
deadly serious
very serious
a last resort
the last way to resolve something
shape up
to get better as like one is supposed to be
settle this
negotiate this
straightened out
fixed or made better
horsely
speaking with difficulty as with a sore throat
plead
ask in a begging way
stubborn
unwilling to negotiate or change one's ways
listen to reason
listen to logical reasons
strode
past of stroll, which means walk with long steps
wealth
the noun mean with a lot of money
hard put to (find)
difficulty doing something
see your way clear to
agree to do something
hardship
noun meaning to have diffulties or problems
to buy (someone)off
to pay someone to do or not do something (illegally or against the rules) (to give some one a bribe)
misconception
to have the wrong idea about something
dismissed
fired from a job
sacked
fired from a job
glanced up
looked up casually
unguarded
not careful to protect