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 lying with the face downward in demonstration of great humility or abject submission  They prostrated themselves before their king.  Percy was lying.

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2  lying with the face downward in demonstration of great humility or abject submission  They prostrated themselves before their king.  Percy was lying prostrate, his arms outstretched and his eyes closed  prostrating, prostrated, prostrates  Mnemonic device ~ when you hear the word prostrate think straight because your laying straight on the ground

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4  anything used to contain or hold something else.  George put his empty dairy queen cup in the receptacle.  Rubbish should be stored in recovered receptacles and suitable arrangements should be made for its proper disposal.  receptacles  Mnemonic device ~ when you hear receptacle think container

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6  a cloth used to wrap a corpse for burial; winding sheet  A shrouded figure has been snapped climbing the Tulip staircase at the Queens House in Greenwich.  The body is then washed and wrapped in a white linen shroud.  Shrouded, shrouds  Mnemonic device ~ when you hear shroud think cover with or around something.

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8  shun in disgust, hatred, etc.  They are people who abhor violence, people who seek peace.  The human spirit, like the rest of nature, abhors a vacuum.  abhorred, abhorring  Mnemonic device ~ abhor has the first three letters of HORRIABLE

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10  A pharmacist or druggist  Other expenses included an apothecary to attend the sick poor and some education for the workhouse children.  Ezra Suggett was a herball Apothecary in Beccles, Suffolk just 15 miles from the present day Herbs Hands Healing ltd.  apothecaries  Mnemonic device ~ it rhymes with “you’ll have to carry” a lot of books because of all the schooling

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12  in love; enamored or fond (of)  What began as an amorous adventure quickly turns into a full scale thriller.  I seem to remember having a scene where she slapped my face for turning down her amorous advances.  Amorously  Mnemonic device ~ the word amore is Italian for love

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14  To plan and act together secretly, esp. in order to commit a crime  However, in an exercise of this sort, circumstances may conspire to thwart the original intention.  Hermia arrives and Helena accuses her of conspiring with the men to tease her.  Conspired, conspiring  Mnemonic device ~ the first letters in conspire is Con which is kind of like a scheme.

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