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  1. ancestors
    forebears:

    ancestors, forefathers

    Ex. 


    Soft radios have several advantages over theirhardwired forebears .


    Both my life and my forebears ' seem fairlysteeped in tea.

    Though they are cave visitors, not dwellers, theydraw upon the same reservoirs of fearlessnessthat served ancient forebears .
  2. an (illicit) lover
    paramour:

    1.an illicit lover, especially of a married person.


    2.any lover.

    Ex. 


    She is unhurt and soon shows her paramour how near he came to being blown to   bits.


    And none but thou shalt be my paramour .


    While under the influence of alcohol, he punchedin the window of his   paramour 's car.



    Onlookers watch as Michael switches on hisdigital paramour .
  3. someone who intrudes
    interloper:

    1.a person who interferes or meddles in the affairs of others: Hewas an athiest who felt like an interloper in this religious gathering.


    2.a person who intrudes into a region, field, or trade without aproper license.


    Ex. 

    She continued to protest their entry as theysearched each room for the   possible interloper .


    The blue galaxy is disrupted and has new starformation which strongly suggests   it is theinterloper .


    Betty's scheming co-workers resent her in thesame way immigration demagogues do: she's aninterloper .


    That's a security guard moving in at right tointercept the interloper .
  4. to walk easily and non-chalantly
    sashay

    verb


    to glide, move, or proceed easily or nonchalantly: She justsashayed in as if she owned the place.


    Ex. 

    For after-dark drama, sashay  your way to atango club.


    He had the gay lisp, the limp hand, and the sashay of a gay guy.
  5. pertaining to very low temperatures
    cryogenic:


    of or pertaining to the production or use of very lowtemperatures: cryogenic storage.


    Ex. 


    Unfortunately, the ship crash lands on the planet, leaving its meager crew to search for a suitable home for the colonists (what's left of them) who wait it out in cryogenic freeze.

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