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ww final 6-10

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assimilate
To absorb into a population.
calamity
An event that causes great suffering and harm; a disaster.
conspire
To plan together secretly to do something wrong or illegal.
dissension
A difference of opinion; disagreement.
imminent
About to happen; likely to occur in the very near future.
interrogate
To ask questions of, especially in a thorough or formal manner.
meticulous
Extremely careful; attentive to small details.
colleague
An associate or coworker of similar status.
condescend
To lower oneself to a position one considers inferior.
contingent
Conditional; depending on something else.
daunt
To discourage or intimidate.
deluge
A downpour of rain; a flood.
dispel
To clear away; to remove or get rid of, as if by scattering.
negligible
Small and unimportant, not worth noticing.
adept
Highly skilled; expert.
crucial
Extremely important; vital in resolving something.
deploy
To arrange troops or equipment in position for battle.
facilitate
To make easier.
fastidious
Paying close attention to detail.
grapple
To struggle with in close combat; to wrestle.
precede
To go or come before in time, rank, or position.
agile
Able to move quickly and easily; nimble.
allot
To assign or distribute as a portion or share.
congregate
To come together in a group, assemble.
divert
To turn aside.
influx
A flowing or pouring in; arrival in massive numbers.
intricate
Complicated; having many related details or parts.
tumult
Noisy excitement; an uproar or disturbance.
abject
Most miserable; wretched.
atrocity
An act of great cruelty and wickedness.
dialect
A form of a language spoken in a certain geographical region that has its own grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary.
flagrant
Clearly offensive or bad; conspicuously acting against what is right.
mute
To soften or tone down the sound of.
turmoil
A state of confusion or agitation; tumult.
wreak
To bring about or inflict.