Wordly Wise 3000 book 10 lesson 3
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V. To cut short or reduce.
V. 1. To make or recognize clear distinctions.
2. To treat in a less or more favorable way.
Discrimination n. 1. The recognizing of clear distinctions.
2. The act of making a distinction in favor of or against a person or thing on the basis of the group or category rather than according to actual merit.
3. The act of making fine distinctions; good or refined taste.
N. The act of spying, especially a government spy obtaining secrets of another government.
Adj. Not able to be taken or given away.
V. To confine or to put in prison.
N. An insult to one's pride; offensive or humiliating treatment.
Adj. Not marked by careful distinctions; haphazard.
Adj. 1. Having a very bad reputation; notorious.
2. Disgraceful; vicious.
V. To act or plead on another's behalf; to try to smooth the differences between two parties.
V. To say negative and unfair things about; slander.
Adj. Evil; showing ill will.
V. To commit, as a crime or other anti-social act.
Adj. Threateningly wild, without restraint or control; widespread.
N. A deep, long-held feeling of hatred or bitterness.
N. 1. A mending or repair.
2. (Usually plural) a making up or payment for a wrong or damage done, especially in the case of an intentional war.
N. 1. Superficial , scattered knowledge.
2. A small amount.
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