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Cohort

A friend or companion. A group used in a study who have something in common The police arrested the gang leader and his cohorts The prospects of their Cohorts outside the middle east were more hopeful

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Erudite

Haing or showing knowledge learned by studying The most xxxxxx people in medical research attended the conference

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AMBIVALENT

Having conflitinctin or mixed feelings towards something You were hadly xxxxxx yesterday

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1. Reluctant or restrained. 2. To be silent or not speak freely The company has always been xxxx about its internal operations and now being investigated He is by nature a xxxx person. His friends are conspicuously xxxx to discuss him in public

Retisent

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Haing or showing knowledge learned by studying The most xxxxxx people in medical research attended the conference

Erudite

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To prolong in time or space. To extend forward and outward The highway project was xxxxxxed by years of litigation

Protract

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Having conflitinctin or mixed feelings towards something You were hadly xxxxxx yesterday

AMBIVALENT

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HEINOUS

Hateful or shockingly Evil They committed a xxxxx crime

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Protract

To prolong in time or space. To extend forward and outward The highway project was xxxxxxed by years of litigation

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A tank to dispose of sewage YouÍre a walking xxxxx

CESPOOL or CESPIT

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Nefarious

Evil or immoral There have always been instances of nefarious types taking control. Eg a nefarious scheme to cheat people.

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being every where at the same time The company's adds are xxxxx Smart phones have become xxxxx Hot dogs are inexpensive, portable and xxxxxx

ubiquitous

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Vacillated

Ie to waver in mind or opinion. To be indicisive or irresolute. the prime minister xxxxxx

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ubiquitous

being every where at the same time The company's adds are xxxxx Smart phones have become xxxxx Hot dogs are inexpensive, portable and xxxxxx

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A friend or companion. A group used in a study who have something in common The police arrested the gang leader and his xxxxxs The prospects of their xxxxs outside the middle east were more hopeful

Cohort

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An evening party or other gathering given usually at a private house, She attended one of here afternoon xxxxx at the pub

SOIREE

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Exonerated

To prove someone is not guilty of a crime or responsible for a problem The DNA results exonerated the man

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CESPOOL or CESPIT

A tank to dispose of sewage YouÍre a walking xxxxx

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1. An official messenger 2. A person or thing that announces. They xxxxxxed a new islamic caliphate A good newspaper is a xxxxx of truth

Herald

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Herald

1. An official messenger 2. A person or thing that announces. They xxxxxxed a new islamic caliphate A good newspaper is a xxxxx of truth

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To teach and impress by frequent repetitions The teacher xxxxxx in her students the importance of good study habits

Inculcated

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INCITE

To stir or encourageor provoke They are xxxxxxx violence

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something very big or powerful The SUV car is a xxxxx that doesnÍt even fit a parking space Shes a xxxxx that cant even fit into her chair

Behemoth

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Behemoth

something very big or powerful The SUV car is a xxxxx that doesnÍt even fit a parking space Shes a xxxxx that cant even fit into her chair

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Evil or immoral There have always been instances of xxxx types taking control. Eg a xxxxx scheme to cheat people.

Nefarious

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Hateful or shockingly Evil They committed a xxxxx crime

HEINOUS

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To stir or encourageor provoke They are xxxxxxx violence

INCITE

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Retisent

1. Reluctant or restrained. 2. To be silent or not speak freely The company has always been reticent about its internal operations and now being investigated He is by nature a reticent person. His friends are conspicuously restisent to discuss him in public

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To prove someone is not guilty of a crime or responsible for a problem The DNA results xxxxx the man

Exonerated

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Ie to waver in mind or opinion. To be indicisive or irresolute. the prime minister xxxxxx

Vacillated

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SOIREE

An evening party or other gathering given usually at a private house, She attended one of here afternoon xxxxx at the pub

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Inculcated

To teach and impress by frequent repetitions The teacher xxxxxx in her students the importance of good study habits