Misc. Words Isee 12
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- 1. A notable or succesful stroke or move
- 2. A sudden and violent seizure of power from a government
- 1. The state of being a slave
- 2. The state of being greatly constrained by circumstances or obligations
A small ariport or airfield
- In every occasion or on every case; always
- Ex: No matter under what circumstances, the mailman is supposed to be invariably delivering the mail.
- low in spirits from loss of hope or courage
- Ex: The battered army was very despondent on the way home.
Intended to teach a lesson or give a homily
Impressively direct and decisive
- Impudent, not showing respect that is due
- Ex: The irreverent child earned many a homily from parents and teachers alike.
Amazement, alarm, or dissapointment that makes one feel dismayed
With life; lively, vivacious
Predilection, tendency towards something, an inclination
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