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To prove wrong
Hard to understand; over one’s head
To soothe; to relieve
Incapable of being overcome or solved
Relating to the surface; shallow
Formed long ago; primitive
Extremely poisonous; full of hate
Wishing evil on others, malicious
Mean, nasty, angry speech
To dispense objects, to distribute
Fortress overlooking a city, stronghold
To form or wait in line
At the same time, acting in conjunction
Unquestionable, actual, true
Elaborately or excessively decorated
Lacking space, uncomfortable
Fear, state of anxiety or fear that makes you tremble
Pleasant to be around
To be troubled or bothered
Hard, difficult, tiresome
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