to become part of; to absorb
to enlarge; to increase
ingredient, serving as one of the parts of the whole
reduction of a gas to a liquid; condition of making dense or compact
a guessing or predicting from incomplete evidence; a guess (would you care to make a conjecture about how much snow we will have this winter?) to guess
reasoning from known facts to a logical conclusion; subtraction of money
to expel; to discharge
to arrive at a conclusion based on known facts or observation
to plunge; to dip; to become completely involved
beginning; at an early stage
dim; dark; unclear; indistinct; vague; not well known. to conceal
to claim to be true without proof; something assumed to be true
to make or become friendly; to make consistent
to pretend; to imitate
produced by or coming from the sun
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