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  1. v. To free from a difficult or tangled situation.
  2. v. 1. To enclose or encircle. 2. To include.
  3. adj. commonly occurring; widely accepted or practised
  4. v. 1. To make less extreme or severe. 2. To make changes in. 3. In grammar, to limit or restrict in meaning.
  5. adj. Of an unknown source or unrevealed name.

5 True/False questions

  1. pivotN1. a small bar or rod on which something else turns 2.a person or thing on which others depend V.To turn on as if on a pivot


  2. dispositionn.1. A person's usual mood; temperment. 2. A regular tendency or inclination.


  3. recurv. 1. To come up again or to happen again. 2. To come to mind again.


  4. instillv. To introduce gradually in order to establish securely.


  5. step in the line of descent of a family. 2.all the people born and living about the same time 3. the average span of time between the birth of parents and their children