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Adherence Apprehension Awed Bewildered Chastisement Gravitating Nondescript Nurturer Rarity Transgression
Uneasy or fearful about something that might happen Derivatives: apprehension, apprehensively Chapter 1 Sentence:
To care for and protect To support and encourage Derivatives: nurturer Chapter 1 Sentence:
Filled with or expressing an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration, and fear, produced by something grand, sublime, or powerful Derivatives: awe, awesome Chapter 1 Sentence:
Violation of a law or command; sin Derivatives: transgressor, transgress Chapter 1 Sentence:
steady devotion, support, allegiance, or attachment Derivatives: adherent, adhere Chapter 2 Sentence:
discipline, especially by corporal punishment Derivatives: chastise, unchastised Chapter 3 Sentence
something rare, unusual, or uncommon Derivatives: rare, rarest Chapter 3 Sentence:
completely puzzled or confused; perplexed Derivatives: bewilderment, bewildering, bewilderedly Chapter 3 Sentence:
of no recognized, definite, or particular type or kind Chapter 3 Sentence:
to have a natural tendency or be strongly attracted (usually followed by to or toward) Derivatives: gravitating Chapter 4 Sentence:
Vocabulary. Adherence Apprehensive Awed Bewildered Chastisement Gravitating Nondescript Nurturer Rarity Transgression.
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definition: to agree or consent to agree or consent acquiesce : verb.
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THIS IS With Host... Your Column A POS Column B Definition Column C Sentence Column D Word Column E Synonym Column F Antonym.
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