16 terms

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conviction
n. holding strongly to a belief; convinced; being found guilty for a crime
gossip
n. a person who spreads rumors; v. to spread rumors
license
n. formal permission; a legal document giving formal permission; v. to give formal permission
pry
v. to raise or move by force; to obtain with difficulty; to peer or snoop; n. a tool for raising or moving something
flammable
adj. easily set on fire
toll
n. a charge for; a fare an amount lost or taken; v. to ring a bell slowly
stray
v. to wander from place to place; to fail to concentrate; adj. wandering; lost; singular; n. person or thing that wanders or is lost
jeopardy
n. in danger
ransom
n. the price paid to release someone who is kidnapped
suspicion
n. the act of suspecting guilt
reluctant
adj. unwilling; not wanting to do something
decisively
adv. certainly, 100% sure
agitated
adj. annoyed; upset; nervous
atone
v. to pay for or make up for something bad you did
erupt
v. explode
melancholy
adj. sad; depressed
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