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to prevent; make impossible.
sudden understanding, insight, or revelation about an underlying truth.
occuring by chance, accidental; lucky, fortunate.
to mourn or express sorrow.
absorb or be absorbed (often by another culture); make similar.
mixed or constricting feelings; simultaneous conflicting feelings.
two or more items that are similar.
bold or daring; not restrained.
strength to face adversity.
misfortune or hard luck.
a short narrative of an interesting, amusing, or biographical incident.
wishing evil to others; hostile, marked by desire to cause pain or distress to another.
exceptionally early in development.
use gestures (movement of limbs) instead of or toreinforce speech.
to detect or recognize; make out.
to excuse or overlook an offense, usually a serious one, with criticism.
very eager; enthusiastic.
having or showing great intensity of feeling, passionate.
parsuminious; stingines, stingy.
to stir up or cause to happen.
cautious, good judgement.
disired strongly, wished for longingly.
freedom frompunishment, harm, or bad consequences.
the state of being incapable of making an error.
keep in subservience; govern; control; treat cruelly.
one who is intolerant of others.
a sentimental yearning to return to the past.
not biased; treating all equally.
not able to be affecyted or distrubed.
nor believable; provoking disbelief.