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VOCABULARY WEEK 7 MUCH DEFINE- HOW YOU ENGLISH PLZ?
ABSCOND Verb- to run off an hide
ACCESS Noun- approach or admittance to places,persons, thinkgs; an increase Verb- to get at, obtain
ANARCHY Noun- a lack of government and law; confusion
ARDUOUS Adjective- hard to do, requiring much effort
AUSPICIOUS Adjective- Favorable, fortunate
DAUNT Verb- to overcome with fear, intimidate; to dishearten, discourage
DISENTANGLE Verb- to free of tangles or complications
FATED Adjective- determined in advanced by destiny or fortune
HOODWINKED Verb- to mislead by a trick, swindle
INANIMATE Adjective- not having life; without energy or spirit
ABSCOND TO RUN OFF AND HIDE. ACCESS APPROACH OR ADMITTANCE TO PLACE, PERSONS, THINGS; AN INCREASE; TO GET AT, OBTAIN.
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