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uproar
n. situation where many people are upset or bothered
server
n. main computer in a network that provides files and services used by the other computers
charge
v. formally say someone did a crime
meddle
v. become involved in the activities of others
harsh
adj. uncomfortable or different
permits
n. official documents that show someone is allowed to do something
avalanche
n. large amount of snow and ice or of dirt and rocks that slides quickly down the side of a mountain
prey
n. animal killed or hunted by another animal for food
inspired
v. gave someone an idea of what to do or create
infected
adj. containing germs that cause disease
grooves
n. long, thin cuts in a surface
mankind
n. all people thought of as one group
likely
adj. used to show the chance that something will or did happen
make-believe
adj. imagined; not real
track
v. measure
real time
n. actual the during which something is happening
worthwhile
adj. good enough to spend money or time on
prove
v. show something to be true
dame
n. woman
passed out
(phrasal verb) was not awake because of an injury
came to
(phrasal verb) woke up
impressed
v. caused to feel respect for someone
pull a fast one
(idiom)try and play a joke or trick on someone or get away with something
activist
n. person who uses or supports strong actions to help make changes in politics or life
retired
v. put something out of use
resources
n. things that are useful for a specific activity
mesh
v. fit together well
worth
(preposition) good or valued for something
free flow
n. easy freedom in movement or progress
treasure
n. something special or with high value
tuned
v. fixed (as in a musical instrument) so it makes the best sound
pouches
n. small bags
claim
v. say something belongs to you
bitter
adj. angry or unhappy
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