pardon for offense against gov't
self-evident, well understood by people
to publish or broadcast widely (e.g. They will ____ the election results across the internet)
warning/caution to discourage behavior
to free from difficulties
to steal small amount in a "sneaky" way
to mock or treat with contempt
troublesome or unruly
rule of conduct, action, or principle
(e.g. Bryan follows Coach Micken's ______ on the team.)
beneficial or helpful
(e.g. Bryan has _____ ideas for organizing materials.)
severe, causing great harm
to whip or punish badly, or the cause of suffering
gloomy or dismal
causing sleep or lethargy, or something that brings on sleep
extremely strict about moral standards and conduct
lasting only a short time
(e.g. Many adults are _____ moving to new cities frequently.)
not easy to carry or handle
dull or uninteresting
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