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wordly wise 3000 book 5 lesson 18
Terms in this set (15)
Alive or seeming to be alive. Full of energy; lively.
to be disloyal to
To make someone feel sure or certain; to persuade
to slope or pass to a lower level
The state of being similar; something that is similar.
Poor in quality or insufficient in amount
harm or damage
To arrange by talking over. To travel successfully along or over.
no longer sold or in wide use because it is out-of-date
to hold onto; to keep possession of
a feeling that comes from stimulation of the senses
Dark; gloomy; sad; serious
Coming later; following
to promise seriously
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