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an idle wanderer; a tramp
to pay back; to give payment for
overweight; coarse, vulgar; total
someone or something that can predict the future
The joke _____ laughter from the crowd.
A person must be ______to turn a cartwheel.
Many ancient civilizations depended on _____ for knowledge.
My grandfather never settled in one place, so my dad called him a ___.
In politics, there are often ___ favors given behind closed doors.
fat, sheer, utter, flagrant
latitude, elbow room
labyrinth, puzzle, tangle
prophet, seer, sibyl
repay, refund, compensate
prevent, deter, hinder
stiff, rigid, wooden
(n) critic, foe (adj) impartial, neutral
occupy, keep hold
(n) homebody (adj) footloose, unsettled
to cause, bring about; to persuade
extra space for moving along a certain route; margin of error
a network of paths through which it is hard to find one’s way; something confusing
a strong supporter of a person, party, or cause; a resistance fighter, guerilla
to go away from, leave empty; to void, annul
Dissecting a frog is ______because I can’t stand the smell.
By leaving twenty minutes early, I allowed myself a good deal of _____.
A guide led us through a ____ of caves.
My child had to ___his friend for the book he had lost.
The family must ____the house in one month because it was deemed unsafe.