v.to grasp or hold tightly
Ex.I clutched the glass of water hoping not to drop it.
v.to stoop with bent knees
Ex.The tiger crouched so it couldn't been seen by the prey.
Ex.It is liable that there is life in other planets.
n.a person with an exceptional talent
Ex.Usually prodigies get good jobs at what their good at.
n.a race in which several team members take turns running to complete the race
Ex.Relays include a lot of team work.
n.a close friend
Ex.Sidekicks support each other at all time.
v.to work together on a project
Ex.Collaborating in a project can make it better.
v.to speak highly of;to praise;to recommend
Ex.People get commended for their work.
v.to act according to a command or a request
Ex.Little kids comply based to their parents.
Ex.Diatribes can bring down people's hopes.
adj. bold and disrespectful
Ex.Vikings were impudent.
n.a suggested plan
Ex.Propositions for the government can help it.
Ex.Poor people have low provisions.
n.payment demanded for the release of a person or property
Ex.Kidnappers always ask for ransoms.
n.an abnormal alteration
Ex.Scientists do aberrations to little animals for experiments.
adj.dirty or discolored
Ex.Old clothes can become dingy.
Ex.Cells are so minuscule they can't be seen.
n.the quantity of being proper;appropriateness
Ex.People from the monarchy need to be propriety.
n.a state of extreme confusion or agitation
Ex.Some medicines can cause turmoils.
Ex.Some animals have vileness.