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ATTRITION, n. Wearing or grinding down by friction.
BOISTEROUS, adj. Having or resembling animal exuberance, noisy
CAJOLE, v. To influence or persuade by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering
CAPTIVE, n. a person who is confined; prisoner.
CHURLISH, adj. Rude, surly, ungracious
CONSEQUENT, adj. following as a consequence; resultant; outcome.
DEARTH, n. an insufficient quantity or number, scarcity.
DECIDUOUS, adj. shedding leaves at the end of a certain season.
DEJECTED, adj. affected or marked by low spirits; depressed; distressed.
DEMISE, n. the time when something ends; death; decease.
DISSOLUTE, adj. Unrestrained by convention or morality
DWELL, v. think moodily or anxiously about something.
EMULATE To copy or imitate specially a person
ENIGMATIC, adj. not clear to the understanding, mysterious
ERUDITE, adj. having or showing profound knowledge; learned.
EXHUME, v To dig out of the ground for reburial or for medical investigation
EXONERATE, v pronounce not guilty of criminal charges or blame
EXTRAVAGANT, adj. recklessly wasteful; lavish.
FASTIDIOUS, adj. giving careful attention to detail; hard to please; particular.
FATIGUE, n. temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work, exhaustion. tiredness.

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