(v.) to humiliate.
My intention was not to ~ the actor
(v.) divide into two.
Apple just announced its plan to ~.
(v.) to cheat.
He ~ed the tourist out of $20.
(n.) chaotic noise.
Twenty some litte kids in the room created an unbearable ~.
When the little boy was shot while he was on his lunch break, the ploiceman felt ~.
(v.) clear of blame
M.J. was exonerate when a 30 year-old man confessed to comitting the crime.
(v.) to change into bone. We can tell the age of a corps by how much the tissues have ossified.
(adj.) very talkative. I'm fed up with Joe's orotund talk. I'll never go to dinner with him again.
(v.) to remove or leave out parts of a piece of writing. Chinese gobernment expergates negative comments on socialism from all media.
(adj.) unused, resting. The land should be left fallow.