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investigate
(v.) to look closely into someting; to examine in detail. (4)
total
(n.) the whole amount; the sum. (adj.) making up the whole amount; complete (v.) to add up. (4).
wrangle
(v.) 1: to argue or quarrel noisily. 2: to round up cattle or horses. (n.) an angry, noisy quarrel. (4)
term
(n.) 1: a word or phrase with a particular meaning. 2: the time someting lasts, as a period of time in office or a division of the school year. (v). to call by a term (4)
grope
(v.) 1: to feel around blindly, as in th dark. 2: to move or act or search blindly, uncertainly or hesitantly. 3: to search through one' mind; to seek mentally. (4)
kin
(n.) relatives or family. (adj.) related by birth or marriage. (4)
kin (next of)
the person most closely related to someone. (4)
tardy
(adj.) 1: not on time; late. 2: slow-moving. (4)
tardiness
(n.) the state or act of being late (tardy). (4)
sob
(v.) to weep loudly. (n.) the act or sound of loud weeping. (4).
odor
(n.) a smell. (4)
host
(n.) 1: one who has guests in one's own home or who pays for the entertaining of others. 2: one who runs a hotel or inn. 3: an army; a great number (4).
penetrate
(v.) 1: to pass into or through; to pierce. 2: to spread through. 3: to understand. (4)
agile
(adj.) 1: moving easily and quickly; active. 2: having a quick mind; mentally alert (4).
terms
(n.) the conditions of an agreement. (4)
wrangler
(n.) a person who rounds up cattle or horses; a cowboy. (4)