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to run off and hide. abscond. stay, respite, a temporary relief. reprieve. chaos, disorder, turmoil. anarchy. postpone, delay. reprieve. cremate, burn to ashes. incinerate. theft, robbery. larceny. dishearten, discourage. daunt. lifeless, inert; without energy . inanimate.

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to run off and hide

  • abscond


stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


postpone, delay

  • reprieve


cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


theft, robbery

  • larceny


dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


entry, admittance

  • access


supple, flexible

  • pliant


cliff, ledge

  • precipice


laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


remedy, set right

  • rectify


pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


disprove, confute

  • rebut


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


a trick

  • feint


to strengthen

  • fortify


to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


food for horses

  • fodder


pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


concise, short and sweet

  • terse


multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


unreadable

  • illegible


taint, soil, stain

  • sully


profitable

  • Lucrative


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


partner in crime

  • accomplice


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


excessive fatness

  • obesity


looter, pirate

  • marauder


to make up, devise

  • fabricate


famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


livid, angry

  • irate


to overcome

  • surmount


excessive fatness

  • obesity


split, breach, break

  • rift


commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


attached, sticking to

  • adherent


expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


an extremely poor person

  • pauper


a follower, supporter

  • adherent


an angry argument

  • altercation


to make shorter

  • abridge


ignore, wink at

  • condone


angelic

  • cherubic


to disagree

  • dissent


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


looter, pirate

  • marauder


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


disprove, confute

  • rebut


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


submit, give way to

  • succumb


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


to run off and hide

  • abscond


stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


postpone, delay

  • reprieve


cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


theft, robbery

  • larceny


dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


entry, admittance

  • access


supple, flexible

  • pliant


cliff, ledge

  • precipice


laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


remedy, set right

  • rectify


pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


disprove, confute

  • rebut


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


a trick

  • feint


to strengthen

  • fortify


to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


food for horses

  • fodder


pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


concise, short and sweet

  • terse


multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


unreadable

  • illegible


taint, soil, stain

  • sully


profitable

  • Lucrative


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


partner in crime

  • accomplice


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


excessive fatness

  • obesity


looter, pirate

  • marauder


to make up, devise

  • fabricate


famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


livid, angry

  • irate


to overcome

  • surmount


excessive fatness

  • obesity


split, breach, break

  • rift


commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


attached, sticking to

  • adherent


expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


an extremely poor person

  • pauper


a follower, supporter

  • adherent


an angry argument

  • altercation


to make shorter

  • abridge


ignore, wink at

  • condone


angelic

  • cherubic


to disagree

  • dissent


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


looter, pirate

  • marauder


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


disprove, confute

  • rebut


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


submit, give way to

  • succumb


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


to run off and hide

  • abscond


stay, respite, a temporary relief

  • reprieve


chaos, disorder, turmoil

  • anarchy


postpone, delay

  • reprieve


cremate, burn to ashes

  • incinerate


theft, robbery

  • larceny


dishearten, discourage

  • daunt


lifeless, inert; without energy

  • inanimate


dupe, deceive

  • hoodwink


preordained, destined, determined in advance

  • fated


entry, admittance

  • access


supple, flexible

  • pliant


cliff, ledge

  • precipice


laborious, fatiguing, difficult

  • arduous


valiant, audacious, courageous, daring, fearless, brave

  • intrepid


remedy, set right

  • rectify


pretentious, bombastic, highfalutin

  • pompous


unravel, unwind, unsnarl

  • disentangle


malign, vilify, denounce, to attack with words

  • revile


bigoted, unfair, partial

  • biased


promising, favorable; fortunate

  • auspicious


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • facilitate


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


disprove, confute

  • rebut


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


to stop proceedings temporarily; move to another place

  • adjourn


having a pleasing appearance

  • comely


a trick

  • feint


to strengthen

  • fortify


to make fun of rudely

  • jeer


exotic, unfamiliar

  • alien


immoral, corrupt

  • dissolute


the process of driving or forcing out

  • expulsion


food for horses

  • fodder


pay back, reimburse

  • compensate


Irregular, unpredictable

  • erratic


raw material for a designated purpose

  • fodder


concise, short and sweet

  • terse


multiply, burgeon, increase

  • proliferate


Ordinary, run-of-the-mill

  • mediocre


subdue, vanquish, conquer

  • subjugate


tempt, to tease

  • tantalize


unwavering, firm

  • unflinching


unreadable

  • illegible


taint, soil, stain

  • sully


profitable

  • Lucrative


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


saucy, bold, shameless

  • brazen


partner in crime

  • accomplice


submit, give way to

  • succumb


slipshod, sloppy,

  • slapdash


chatter, babble

  • prattle


obliterate, demolish

  • annihilate


to make easier, to assist

  • Facilitate


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


excessive fatness

  • obesity


looter, pirate

  • marauder


to make up, devise

  • fabricate


famous, outstanding, renowned

  • eminent


livid, angry

  • irate


to overcome

  • surmount


excessive fatness

  • obesity


split, breach, break

  • rift


commonplace, overused, hackneyed

  • trite


attached, sticking to

  • adherent


expel, dispel; to drive out

  • exorcise


an extremely poor person

  • pauper


a follower, supporter

  • adherent


an angry argument

  • altercation


to make shorter

  • abridge


ignore, wink at

  • condone


angelic

  • cherubic


to disagree

  • dissent


filch, rob, swipe

  • pilfer


a likeness

  • semblance


conclude, finish

  • terminate


seize illegally

  • usurp


angry, livid

  • irate


looter, pirate

  • marauder


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


unruly, beyond control

  • incorrigible


not letting light through

  • opaque


given to fighting

  • militant


supreme, foremost, primary

  • paramount


a large-scale departure or flight

  • exodus


disprove, confute

  • rebut


morbid, doleful; not sociable

  • morose


capricious, based on one’s whims

  • arbitrary


slavery, captivity, forced labor

  • servitude


submit, give way to

  • succumb


to scold, find fault with; a rebuke

  • reprimand


still, motionless, fetid

  • stagnant


partner in crime

  • accomplice


stimulus, instigator

  • catalyst


hidden, undeveloped

  • latent


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


stubborn; close-minded

  • OPINIONATED


thief, robber, bandit

  • BRIGAND


to let go; give up

  • RELINQUISH


careful, cautious

  • CIRCUMSPECT


an opening; to break through

  • BREACH


to seize, confiscate

  • COMMANDEER


A difficult problem with no perfect answer

  • DILEMMA


A complete standstill

  • DEADLOCK


to wipe out; to erase

  • EFFACE


awkward, heavy, hard to handle

  • CUMBERSOME


a hopeless mess

MUDDLE


scattered fragments, litter

  • DEBRIS


uncontrolled

  • UNBRIDLED


to scold

  • admonish


to spread out; wordy

  • DIFFUSE


false, not true

  • SPURIOUS


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