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AMENITY N. something that makes life easier or more pleasant; often used in plural form to refer to comforts and conveniences
ADJ. - easily touched or felt; tangible
V.- to skillfully avoid or escape
ADV. in a manner that is averse to effort; lazily
N.- ethical considerations or principles that make one uneasy or inhibit actions
ADJ.- mysterious; beyond what is normal or expected; suggesting superhuman or supernatural powers
ADJ.- filled with, characterized by, or due to eagerness and ardent interest in pursuit of something
ADV.- in a concerned and attentive manner SOLICITOUSLY
N.- the object of a chase: game
ADJ.- strikingly unusual or odd
ADJ.- the quality of being pleasant or agreeable
ADJ.- wretched, very bad; lamentable
ADJ.- having no result or effect; useless
ADJ.- removing or lessening suspicions or fears; harmless
ADJ.- having a humorous, whimsical, or odd quality
Elude the rude
…is a funny bunny
The trinity of amenity!
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