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Anthem Vocabulary. Advocate. To speak or write in favor of To support or urge by argument. Discerned. To distinguish mentally. Approbation. Official approval. Portals. A door, gate or entrance. furrows. A narrow groove made in the ground. abyss.

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advocate
Advocate
  • To speak or write in favor of
  • To support or urge by argument
discerned
Discerned
  • To distinguish mentally
approbation
Approbation
  • Official approval
portals
Portals
  • A door, gate or entrance
furrows
furrows
  • A narrow groove made in the ground
abyss
abyss

A deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity

illustrious
illustrious
  • Highly distinguished; renowned; famous
infamy
infamy
  • Extremely bad reputation
depraved
depraved
  • Corrupt or wicked
reverence
reverence
  • A feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe
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raze
  • To tear down; demolish
baseness
baseness
  • Morally low
atone
atone
  • To make amends
sieve
sieve

A device used for straining

fluid
fluid
  • Smooth and effortless
lassitude
lassitude
  • Lack of energy
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heed
  • To give careful attention to
virtue
virtue
  • Moral excellence; goodness; righteousness
perish
perish
  • To suffer destruction or ruin
tarried
tarried
  • To delay or be tardy in acting, starting, coming
submission
Submission
  • Yielding to the will of another
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whim
  • A sudden and impulsive act
ecstasy
ecstasy
  • Sheer happiness
vindicate
vindicate
  • To clear from an accusation
defiled
defiled
  • To make foul, dirty, or unclean
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