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obliterate
destroy utterly
secede
to withdraw from a group or alliance
Concession
Something done or given up in order to settle an argument or dispute.
Seclude
Withdraw into solitude
hectic
marked by intense agitation or emotion
ostensible
apparent, seeming (but usually not really)
gratify
(v.) to please, satisfy; to indulge or humor
skimp
(v.) To provide scantily; To live very economically
skulk
verb: do stealthily
mitigate
make less severe
nebulous
adj. vague, cloud-like
resent
v. feel bitterness for a specific reason
Scuffle
Struggle confusedly
Repartee
Quick, witty reply
Amend/emend
Make corrections and improvements to (a text). Alter (something) in such a way as to correct it.
inexorable
relentless; unyielding; implacable
dismay
discourage somebody
hushed
adj. quiet because people are listening, waiting to hear something, or taking quietly. Quiet.
refute
to disprove; to successfully argue against
demeanor
n. manner
gratuitous
unnecessary
infuriate
(v.) To make very angry or to enrage
abashed
(adj., part.) embarrassed, ashamed, or nonplussed
abate
to lessen in intensity or degree (n. abatement)
abdicate
to step down from a position of power or responsibility
abduct
v. kidnap
abject
wretched, miserable
abound
in/with large quantities
abberation
anomaly, abnormality
abridge
to make shorter by using fewer words (n. abridgement)
abscond
run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
absentee
person who is not present
absolve
(from/of) v. declare free from responsibility
abstain
refrain from voting, (from) choose not to consume
abysmal
terrible
accede to
approve, consent to
acclaim
v. to express strong approval or praise
accolade
n. words of praise
accredit
v. give credit to
accrue
(to/from) growth, accumulate
acquaint with
make familiar with someone
acquiesce
comply, agree, give in
acumen
ability to make accurate judgement or insight
adamant
refusing to change ur opinion
adept
(at/in) skilled at doing something
adhere to
stick to something
adjacent to
adj. next to
adjoin
be next to, lie adjacent to
adjudicate
v. make a judgment about
crockery
tableware, dish, plate, etc
divisive
causing disagreement
evocative
stimulating memories of the past
reminiscent of
reminding you
introspect
v. look inside oneself
reparation
n. making of amends
raring to
very keen to do sth
sparse
not crowded or thick
ulterior
hidden
irate
adj. angry
exhilarate
v. make someone happy
propitious
favourable
infringe
v. break the rules of