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One that preys or destroys
Standing out; obvious
Stingy, relating to great poverty
Easy to understand
Lively; full of vitality
Talking a lot or too much
To deviate from the truth
To rip, tear or mutilate, mangle or maul
An abnormally obsessive preoccupation, an obsessive attachment or fixation
Excessively thin or weak
Of or relating to the brain, intellectual in nature
Harsh sounds, disturbing noise
To eject; to force out
To tear down, demolish to the ground
Twisted, crooked, out of whack, askew, wrong
To scold severely
An environment or surroundings
False, wrong, incorrect
Recklessness, wild craziness, disregard for danger
To wither away
Admitting or feeling guilt
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