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acquit (v) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge completely
discredit (v) to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted
discredit (n) a loss or lack of belief, confidence or reputation
generate (v) to bring into existence
ingratitude (n) a lack of thankfulness
ovation (n) an enthusiastic public welcome
plight (n) a sorry condition or state
plight (v) to pledge to promise solemnly
reverie (n) a daydream the condition of being lost in thought
scan (v) to examine closely to look quickly but thoroughly
scan (n) an examination
strife (n) bitter disagreement fighting, struggle
topple (v) to fall forward to overturn bring about the downfallof
deem (v)to think believe to consider have an opinion
devastate (v)to destroy lay waste leave in ruins
elusive (adj) difficult to catch or to hold hard to understand
idolize (v)to worship as a idol, make an idol, to love very much
keepsake (n)something kept in memory of the giver
mortal (n)a being that must eventually die
mortal (adj)of or relating to such a being causing death fatal possible conceivable
petty (adj)unimportant trivial narrow minded secondary in rank minor
repent (v)to feel sorry for what someone has done or failed to do
revocation (n)an act or instance of calling back an annulment cancellation
strand (n)a beach or shoe a string or wire hair etc
strand (v)to drive or run around to leave in hopeless position

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