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To run off and hide

to run off and hide

  • abscond


Stay respite a temporary relief

stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


Chaos disorder turmoil

chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


Postpone delay

postpone, delay

  • reprieve


Cremate burn to ashes

cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


Theft robbery

theft, robbery

  • larceny


Dishearten discourage

dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


Lifeless inert without energy

lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


Dupe deceive

dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


Preordained destined determined in advance

preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


Entry admittance

entry, admittance

  • access


Supple flexible

supple, flexible

  • pliant


Cliff ledge

cliff, ledge

  • precipice


Laborious fatiguing difficult

laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


Valiant audacious courageous daring fearless brave

valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


Remedy set right

remedy, set right

  • rectify


Pretentious bombastic highfalutin

pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


Unravel unwind unsnarl

unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


Malign vilify denounce to attack with words

malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


Bigoted unfair partial

bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


Promising favorable fortunate

promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


Partner in crime

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Submit give way to

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist

to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


Unruly beyond control

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through

not letting light through

  • opaque


Saucy bold shameless

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Given to fighting

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


Disprove confute

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Still motionless fetid

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Morbid doleful not sociable

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


A large scale departure or flight

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Capricious based on one s whims

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


To scold find fault with a rebuke

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


To stop proceedings temporarily move to another place

to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


Having a pleasing appearance

having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


A trick

a trick

  • feint


To strengthen

to strengthen

  • fortify


To make fun of rudely

to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


Exotic unfamiliar

exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


Immoral corrupt

immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


The process of driving or forcing out

the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


Food for horses

food for horses

  • fodder


Pay back reimburse

pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular unpredictable

Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


Raw material for a designated purpose

raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


Concise short and sweet

concise, short and sweet

  • terse


Multiply burgeon increase

multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary run of the mill

Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


Subdue vanquish conquer

subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


Tempt to tease

tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


Unwavering firm

unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


Unreadable

unreadable

  • illegible


Taint soil stain

taint, soil, stain

  • sully


Profitable

profitable

  • Lucrative


Stubborn close minded

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Stimulus instigator1

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Saucy bold shameless1

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Partner in crime1

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Submit give way to1

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy1

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble1

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish1

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist1

to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


Filch rob swipe

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid

angry, livid

  • irate


Excessive fatness

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Looter pirate

looter, pirate

  • marauder


To make up devise

to make up, devise

  • fabricate


Famous outstanding renowned

famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


Livid angry

livid, angry

  • irate


To overcome

to overcome

  • surmount


Excessive fatness1

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Split breach break

split, breach, break

  • rift


Commonplace overused hackneyed

commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


Attached sticking to

attached, sticking to

  • adherent


Expel dispel to drive out

expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


An extremely poor person

an extremely poor person

  • pauper


A follower supporter

a follower, supporter

  • adherent


An angry argument

an angry argument

  • altercation


To make shorter

to make shorter

  • abridge


Ignore wink at

ignore, wink at

  • condone


Angelic

angelic

  • cherubic


To disagree

to disagree

  • dissent


Filch rob swipe1

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness1

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish1

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally1

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid1

angry, livid

  • irate


Looter pirate1

looter, pirate

  • marauder


Hidden undeveloped1

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Unruly beyond control1

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through1

not letting light through

  • opaque


Given to fighting1

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary1

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


A large scale departure or flight1

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Disprove confute1

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Morbid doleful not sociable1

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


Capricious based on one s whims1

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor1

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


Submit give way to2

submit, give way to

  • succumb


To scold find fault with a rebuke1

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


Still motionless fetid1

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Partner in crime2

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator2

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped2

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Thief robber bandit

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


Stubborn close minded1

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Thief robber bandit1

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up1

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious1

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through1

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate1

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer1

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill1

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase1

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle1

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess1

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter1

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled1

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold1

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy1

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true1

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


To run off and hide1

to run off and hide

  • abscond


Stay respite a temporary relief1

stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


Chaos disorder turmoil1

chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


Postpone delay1

postpone, delay

  • reprieve


Cremate burn to ashes1

cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


Theft robbery1

theft, robbery

  • larceny


Dishearten discourage1

dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


Lifeless inert without energy1

lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


Dupe deceive1

dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


Preordained destined determined in advance1

preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


Entry admittance1

entry, admittance

  • access


Supple flexible1

supple, flexible

  • pliant


Cliff ledge1

cliff, ledge

  • precipice


Laborious fatiguing difficult1

laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


Valiant audacious courageous daring fearless brave1

valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


Remedy set right1

remedy, set right

  • rectify


Pretentious bombastic highfalutin1

pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


Unravel unwind unsnarl1

unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


Malign vilify denounce to attack with words1

malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


Bigoted unfair partial1

bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


Promising favorable fortunate1

promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


Partner in crime3

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator3

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped3

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Submit give way to3

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy2

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble2

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish2

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist2

to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


Unruly beyond control2

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through2

not letting light through

  • opaque


Saucy bold shameless2

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Given to fighting2

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary2

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


Disprove confute2

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Still motionless fetid2

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Morbid doleful not sociable2

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


A large scale departure or flight2

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Capricious based on one s whims2

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor2

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


To scold find fault with a rebuke2

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


To stop proceedings temporarily move to another place1

to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


Having a pleasing appearance1

having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


A trick1

a trick

  • feint


To strengthen1

to strengthen

  • fortify


To make fun of rudely1

to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


Exotic unfamiliar1

exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


Immoral corrupt1

immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


The process of driving or forcing out1

the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


Food for horses1

food for horses

  • fodder


Pay back reimburse1

pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular unpredictable1

Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


Raw material for a designated purpose1

raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


Concise short and sweet1

concise, short and sweet

  • terse


Multiply burgeon increase1

multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary run of the mill1

Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


Subdue vanquish conquer1

subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


Tempt to tease1

tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


Unwavering firm1

unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


Unreadable1

unreadable

  • illegible


Taint soil stain1

taint, soil, stain

  • sully


Profitable1

profitable

  • Lucrative


Stubborn close minded2

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Stimulus instigator4

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Saucy bold shameless3

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Partner in crime4

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Submit give way to4

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy3

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble3

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish3

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist3

to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


Filch rob swipe2

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness2

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish2

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally2

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid2

angry, livid

  • irate


Excessive fatness2

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Looter pirate2

looter, pirate

  • marauder


To make up devise1

to make up, devise

  • fabricate


Famous outstanding renowned1

famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


Livid angry1

livid, angry

  • irate


To overcome1

to overcome

  • surmount


Excessive fatness3

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Split breach break1

split, breach, break

  • rift


Commonplace overused hackneyed1

commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


Attached sticking to1

attached, sticking to

  • adherent


Expel dispel to drive out1

expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


An extremely poor person1

an extremely poor person

  • pauper


A follower supporter1

a follower, supporter

  • adherent


An angry argument1

an angry argument

  • altercation


To make shorter1

to make shorter

  • abridge


Ignore wink at1

ignore, wink at

  • condone


Angelic1

angelic

  • cherubic


To disagree1

to disagree

  • dissent


Filch rob swipe3

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness3

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish3

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally3

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid3

angry, livid

  • irate


Looter pirate3

looter, pirate

  • marauder


Hidden undeveloped4

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Unruly beyond control3

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through3

not letting light through

  • opaque


Given to fighting3

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary3

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


A large scale departure or flight3

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Disprove confute3

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Morbid doleful not sociable3

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


Capricious based on one s whims3

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor3

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


Submit give way to5

submit, give way to

  • succumb


To scold find fault with a rebuke3

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


Still motionless fetid3

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Partner in crime5

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator5

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped5

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Thief robber bandit2

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up2

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious2

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through2

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate2

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer2

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill2

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase2

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle2

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess2

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter2

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled2

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold2

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy2

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true2

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


Stubborn close minded3

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Thief robber bandit3

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up3

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious3

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through3

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate3

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer3

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill3

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase3

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle3

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess3

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter3

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled3

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold3

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy3

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true3

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


To run off and hide2

to run off and hide

  • abscond


Stay respite a temporary relief2

stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


Chaos disorder turmoil2

chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


Postpone delay2

postpone, delay

  • reprieve


Cremate burn to ashes2

cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


Theft robbery2

theft, robbery

  • larceny


Dishearten discourage2

dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


Lifeless inert without energy2

lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


Dupe deceive2

dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


Preordained destined determined in advance2

preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


Entry admittance2

entry, admittance

  • access


Supple flexible2

supple, flexible

  • pliant


Cliff ledge2

cliff, ledge

  • precipice


Laborious fatiguing difficult2

laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


Valiant audacious courageous daring fearless brave2

valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


Remedy set right2

remedy, set right

  • rectify


Pretentious bombastic highfalutin2

pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


Unravel unwind unsnarl2

unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


Malign vilify denounce to attack with words2

malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


Bigoted unfair partial2

bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


Promising favorable fortunate2

promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


Partner in crime6

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator6

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped6

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Submit give way to6

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy4

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble4

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish4

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist4

to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


Unruly beyond control4

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through4

not letting light through

  • opaque


Saucy bold shameless4

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Given to fighting4

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary4

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


Disprove confute4

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Still motionless fetid4

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Morbid doleful not sociable4

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


A large scale departure or flight4

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Capricious based on one s whims4

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor4

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


To scold find fault with a rebuke4

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


To stop proceedings temporarily move to another place2

to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


Having a pleasing appearance2

having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


A trick2

a trick

  • feint


To strengthen2

to strengthen

  • fortify


To make fun of rudely2

to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


Exotic unfamiliar2

exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


Immoral corrupt2

immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


The process of driving or forcing out2

the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


Food for horses2

food for horses

  • fodder


Pay back reimburse2

pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular unpredictable2

Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


Raw material for a designated purpose2

raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


Concise short and sweet2

concise, short and sweet

  • terse


Multiply burgeon increase2

multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary run of the mill2

Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


Subdue vanquish conquer2

subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


Tempt to tease2

tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


Unwavering firm2

unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


Unreadable2

unreadable

  • illegible


Taint soil stain2

taint, soil, stain

  • sully


Profitable2

profitable

  • Lucrative


Stubborn close minded4

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Stimulus instigator7

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Saucy bold shameless5

saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


Partner in crime7

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Submit give way to7

submit, give way to

  • succumb


Slipshod sloppy5

slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


Chatter babble5

chatter, babble

  • prattle


Obliterate demolish5

obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


To make easier to assist5

to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


Filch rob swipe4

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness4

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish4

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally4

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid4

angry, livid

  • irate


Excessive fatness4

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Looter pirate4

looter, pirate

  • marauder


To make up devise2

to make up, devise

  • fabricate


Famous outstanding renowned2

famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


Livid angry2

livid, angry

  • irate


To overcome2

to overcome

  • surmount


Excessive fatness5

excessive fatness

  • obesity


Split breach break2

split, breach, break

  • rift


Commonplace overused hackneyed2

commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


Attached sticking to2

attached, sticking to

  • adherent


Expel dispel to drive out2

expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


An extremely poor person2

an extremely poor person

  • pauper


A follower supporter2

a follower, supporter

  • adherent


An angry argument2

an angry argument

  • altercation


To make shorter2

to make shorter

  • abridge


Ignore wink at2

ignore, wink at

  • condone


Angelic2

angelic

  • cherubic


To disagree2

to disagree

  • dissent


Filch rob swipe5

filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


A likeness5

a likeness

  • semblance


Conclude finish5

conclude, finish

  • terminate


Seize illegally5

seize illegally

  • usurp


Angry livid5

angry, livid

  • irate


Looter pirate5

looter, pirate

  • marauder


Hidden undeveloped7

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Unruly beyond control5

unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


Not letting light through5

not letting light through

  • opaque


Given to fighting5

given to fighting

  • militant


Supreme foremost primary5

supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


A large scale departure or flight5

a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


Disprove confute5

disprove, confute

  • rebut


Morbid doleful not sociable5

morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


Capricious based on one s whims5

capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


Slavery captivity forced labor5

slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


Submit give way to8

submit, give way to

  • succumb


To scold find fault with a rebuke5

to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


Still motionless fetid5

still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


Partner in crime8

partner in crime

  • accomplice


Stimulus instigator8

stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


Hidden undeveloped8

hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


Thief robber bandit4

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up4

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious4

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through4

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate4

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer4

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill4

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase4

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle4

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess4

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter4

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled4

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold4

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy4

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true4

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


Stubborn close minded5

stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


Thief robber bandit5

thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


To let go give up5

to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


Careful cautious5

careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


An opening to break through5

an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


To seize confiscate5

to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer5

A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill5

A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


To wipe out to erase5

to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


Awkward heavy hard to handle5

awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


A hopeless mess5

a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


Scattered fragments litter5

scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


Uncontrolled5

uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


To scold5

to scold

  • admonish


To spread out wordy5

to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


False not true5

false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


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