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to eat or wear away by degrees, usually by chemical action (v)
corrode
the process or the result of wearing away by degrees
corrosion
broken, scattered remains
debris
litter; rubbish
debris
happy and excited; overjoyed
elated
feeling of great joy and excitement
elation
(noun) a brave or daring act; an adventure
exploit
(verb) to make full use of' to utilize
exploit
(verb)to use in a selfish way; to take unfair advantage of
exploit
an extra amount of time or space that allows some freedom
leeway
(adjective) on a small scale
miniature
(noun) a very small copy
miniature
(noun)a small painting, especially a portrait
miniature
(noun) an artistic structure with parts that move easily
mobile
(adjective)easily moved
mobile
a start or a beginning
onset
(noun)soft, watery mud, as at the bottom of a lake or the sea
ooze
(verb) to leak out slowly
ooze
causing feelings of pity or sorrow
pathetic
held in low esteem; arousing scorn
pathetic
coming at the beginning; coming before the main event or activity
preliminary
a hunt or search
quest
to hold back; to keep under control
restrain
a holding back or keeping under control
restraint
something used to control or hold in check
restraint
(verb) to save from destruction or loss
salvage
(Noun)property saved from loss or destruction
salvage
to clean by scrubbing hard
scour
to search thoroughly
scour
To be ________ is to be overjoyed
elated
_______ from a flood is property saved from destruction.
salvage
To _____ someone is to take unfair advantage of that person.
exploit
A ____ is a small model of a larger object.
miniture
____ is broken remains scattered about.
Debris
A ____ is a work of art that moves.
mobile
____ is keeping oneself under control.
Restraint
____ is the gradual wearing away.
Corrosion
A ____ story is one that arrouses pity.
pathetic
Volunteers agreed to pick up the ____ after the Fourth of July picnic. (debris, ooze, corrosion)
debris
This is all we managed to ____ when the house flooded.
(scour, elate, salvage)
salvage
I saw oil____ from the crack in the pipe. (onseting) oozing,corroding)
oozing
Grandmother's latest ____ was skydiving on her 70th birthday. (exploit, leeway, quest)
exploit
These reports are ____ and may have to be revised later. (mobile, elated, preliminary)
preliminary
"You are ____," she sneered when she found out he had lied to her. (exploited, pathetic, elated)
pathetic
At the ___ of a cold, I get plenty of rest and take a decongestant.(onset, leeway, quest)
onset
Final and preliminary
( S or A)
A
Start and Onset
(S or A)
S
Tiny and miniature
(S or A)
S
Mobile and stationary
(S or A)
A
Pathetic and pitiful
(S or A)
S
Elation and Joy
(S or A)
S
Search and quest
(S or A)
S
Restrain and release
(S or A)
A
Save and Salvage
(S or A)
A
Use and exploit
(S or A)
S
Hide and Scour
(S or A)
A
End and onset
(S or A)
A
Protect and corrode
(S or A)
A
Scrub and scour
(S or A)
S
Litter and debris
(S or A)
S