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auxiliary
giving assistance or support
turn on the ______________ motor
candid
frank, sincere
be _____________ with one's morals
cubicle
a small room or compartment
worked in a tiny ____________
drudgery
work that is hard and tiresome
wearied by the endless _____________
envoy
a represenative or messenger
a special ____________ to the UN
escalate
to elevate; increase in intensity
____________ into a major conflict
expedient
a means to an end; advantageous, useful
do whatever is ________________
feign
to pretend
_________ an illness
flair
a natural quality, talent
a _______ for the dramatic
grievous
causing sorrow or pain; serious
avoid making a _______________ error
heterogeneous
composed of different kinds, diverse
____________________ group of students
horde
a vast number
attacked by a __________ of warriors
impel
to force, drive forward
________ by hunger
incredulous
disbelieving, skeptical
an ________________ stare
inscribe
to write or engrave
___________ his name on the watch
monologue
a speech by one actor, a long talk by one person
one of Hamlet's famous _______________
prognosis
a forecast of the probable course and outcome of a disease or situtation
a ______________ of a speedy recovery
rasping
with a harsh, grating sound
unable to stand his ___________ tone
repugnant
offensive, disagreeable, distasteful
their ______________ lack of cleanliness
scuttle
to sink a ship by cutting holes in it; to run hastily, scurry
____________ the captured galleon