Wordly Wise 3000 Book 5 Lesson 16

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abdicate
to give up a high office
assume
to take for granted
assume
to suppose
assume
to take over
assume
to occupy
assume
to pretend to have
bungle
to do something badly or without skill
dominate
to rule or control
dominate
to have a very important place or position
dominate
to rise high above
former
coming before in time
former
having been at an earlier time
former
the first of two just mentioned
guardian
one who protects
guardian
one who legally has the care of another person
hoist
to life or raise, especially by using a rope
hoist
something used to lift, as a crany or pulley
intercept
to stop or seize something while it is on its way somewhere
jubilee
the celbration of an anniversary, especially a fiftieth anniversary or beyond
kin
related by birth or marriage
kin
relatives
kin
family
next of kin
the person most closely related to someone
pardon
to forgive
pardon
to free from legal punishment
pardon
the act of forgiving or freeing from legal punishment
proclaim
to make known publicly
proclaim
to announce
provoke
to annoy or make angry
provoke
to annoy or make angry
provoke
to call forth
provoke
to rouse
provocative
calling forth anger, amusement, or thoughtfulness
provocative
trying to cause a response
reign
to rule as a queen or king
reign
to be widespread
riot
public disorder or violence
riot
a great and seemingly disorted quantity of something
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