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illegible
adj.-difficult or impossible
to read
fodder
n.-food for horses or cattle;
raw material for a designated purpose
terse
adj.-brief and to the point
subjugate
v.-to conquer by force,
bring under complete
control
dissolute
adj.-loose in one's morals
or behavior
alien
n.-a citizen of another
country; adj.-foreign,
strange
adjourn
v.-to stop proceedings for
a time; to move to another
place
erratic
adj.-not regular or consistent;different from what
is ordinarily expected;
undependable
expulsion
n.-the process of driving
or forcing out
feint
n.-a deliberately deceptive
movement; a pretense
v.-to make a deceptive movement; to make a pretense of
mediocre
adj.-average,ordinary,
undistinguished
lucrative
adj.-bringing in money,
profitable
fortify
v.-to strengthen, build up
comely
adj.-having a pleasing
appearance
proliferate
v.- to reproduce, increase,
or spread rapidly
compensate
v.-to make up for; to repay
for services
tantalize
v.-to tease, torment by
teasing
unflinching
adj.-firm, showing no signs
of fear, not drawing back
jeer
v.-to make fun of rudely or
unkindly;
n.-a rude remark of derision
sully
v.-to soil, stain, tarnish,
defile, besmirch