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25 terms

Word Masters 2

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decline
a downward slope or to refuse
murky
very dark or gloomy; foggy, misty; difficult to understand
husk
a thin dry outer covering of various seeds or fruits
stress
special importance given to something
repel
to drive back or to fight against
audible
heard or capable of being heard
sever
to separate (by cutting) from the whole
tactile
relating to or used in the sense of touch
framework
a basic supporting structure
devour
to eat up greedily or hungrily
percolate
to trickle through something porous; seep; filter
manor
the main house or mansion on a large estate
abrupt
action or change without warning; unexpected
chassis
a supporting frame (body of a car or plane)
extinct
no longer existing
dell
a secluded small valley
rift
personal/social separation; an opening made by splitting
plummet
to fall straight down
burdensome
unjustly harsh, cruel; a difficult situation
deflect
to bend or turn aside
loyal
faithful to one's government or to any deserving person
allegiance
loyalty of a citizen to his/her government
consume
to destroy by fire; use up, spend; to eat or drink
durable
able to last a long time
schooner
a ship with two or more masts