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  1. 1. Abandonment: (V) to leave a place, thing or person forever. MS: As a baby he’d been abandoned by his mother. Synonym: Leave
    2. .ancestral: (Adj/ N) a plant, animal or object that is related to one existing at a later point in time. A person related to you who lived a long time ago. SM: There were portraits of his ancestors on the walls of the room.
    3. Assuredly: (Adv) Confidently. MS: After a disappointing first set, Hewitt played assuredly and went on to win the match.
    4. .Birthplace: (N) the house, town, etc. where a person was born. MS: My birthplace is Bogota.
    5. Bitter: (Adj) describes a person who is angry and unhappy because they cannot forget bad things which happened in the past. MS: I feel very bitter about my childhood and all that was denied me. Illustration: http://www.google.com.co/search?hl=es&gs_nf=1&cp=9&gs_id=z&xhr=t&q=assuredly&gs_upl=&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&biw=1024&bih=677&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=isch&source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=pMtCT-zuLIqugQeq_PGuCA#um=1&hl=es&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=bitter&oq=bitter&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&gs_sm=3&gs_upl=130630l131483l0l132279l6l6l0l0l0l0l286l286l2-1l1l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.,cf.osb&fp=7e375ee880fefd08&biw=1024&bih=677

  2. Buried: P.O.S : Verb Definition : Put or hide underground M.S : My mother buried some seeds on my garden, Synonym ; Hide , consist to dust , get under ground.

    Heritage: P.OS: Noun Definition : Property that is or may be inherited; an inheritance. M.S : The heritage my dad will leave me is a big house in USA.
    Synonym : Inheritance , Patrimony , legacy

    Owned : P.O.S . Adjective Definition : ( with a possessive) belonging or relating to the person specified. M.S : That pen owned to laura because it have a L on it. Synonym : posseted , had , own

    Ancestral : P.O.S ; Noun Definition : a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent, from whom one is descended. M.S : My grand Father is my ancestral and his father is also my ancestral. Synonym : hereditary familial parental

    Cemetery : P.O.S : Noun Definition : A large burial ground. M.S : Some of my relatives that had gone are in a cemetery. Synonym : Burrial ground, memorial park

    Dozens : P.O.S : Noun Definition :A group or set of twelve. M.S : I Have a dozens of letters from my 3 best friends. Synonym ; Handful , pocketful.

    Hips : P.O.S: Noun , Definition : A projection of the pelvis and upper thigh bone on each side of the body. M.S : Last year a girl in a game kick my hips.
    Synonym : Hipbone

    Preaching : P.O.S : Verb Definition : Deliver a religious address to
    assembled group of people. publicly proclaim (a religious message). M.S : My mother saw some guys preaching before playing a game. Synonym : moralizing , teaching , sermonizing.

  3. Assuredly : P.O.S : Adverb Definition : protected against discontinuance or change. M.S : I get Assuredly that in our basket routine nothing get changed. Synonym : for definite , for surely , protect.

    Colossal : P.O.S : Adjective Definition : Extremely large. M.S : The brochure pepa did was very colossal and full of pictures , it was beautiful. Synonym : Huge , enormous , immense.

    Embody : P.O.S : Verb Definition : Have a tangible or visible form to (an idea or quality) M.S : Laura embody the character of Juliet in our school year play , she was amazing. Synonym : Symbolize , Materialize .

    Recently. P.O.S : Adverb Definition : Making happened or been done lately; belonging to a period of time not long ago. M.S : Carlos is my friend recently , we meet 1 week ago. Synonym : Soon , Not long , not lately.

    Reconstruction : P.O.S : Verb Definition : construct again. M.S : I needed to reconstruct a Project that a girl from other grade broke with her shoes. Synonym ; Build again , Do it again.

    Bitter : P.O.S : Noun Definition : Having a sharp .
    M.S : My mother uses a Bitter for cutting some fruits because with normal instruments of kitchen it is not easy. Synonym : Acid , Tar, Sharp.

    Memories : P.O.S : Noun Definition : faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information M.S : I have many memories with my friends of primary. Synonym ; Recollection , recall , retention .

  4. Abandonment: (N): DEF: means to give up ordiscontinue any further interest in something because ofdiscouragement, weariness, distaste.
    Sentence: To abandon one’s farm; to abandon a child; to abandon a sinking ship.
    Sy: Renounce

    Buried: (V): DEF:to put in the ground and cover with earth
    Sentence: The pirates buriedthe chest on the island.
    Sy: Inhume, hide, secret

    Dispossession: (N) DEF: To put (a person) out of possession, especially of realproperty, take away posessions of something
    Sentence:
    Sy:

    Heritage:(N) DEF: Something that comes or belongs to one by reason of birth;an inherited lot or portion:
    Sentence: a heritage of poverty and suffering; anational heritage of honor, pride, and courage.
    Sy:Patrimony

    Owned:(Adj): DEF:of, pertaining to, or belonging to oneself or itself (usuallyused after a possessive to emphasize the idea of ownership,interest, or relation conveyed by the possessive)
    Sentence: He spentonly his own money.
    Sy:

    Ancestral: (Adj): DEF: pertaining to ancestors;  descending or claimed fromancestors
    Sentence: An ancestral home.
    Sy:

    Cemestry: (N) DEF:an area set apart for or containing graves, tombs, or funeralurns, especially one that is not a churchyard; burial ground;graveyard.
    Sentence:In one dream, he limped up the gravel road from our familycemetery and tapped on my bedroom window.

    Dozens: (Adj):DEF: . a ritualized game typically engaged inby two persons each of whom attempts to outdo the other ininsults directed against members of the other’s family
    Sentence: Play the dozens
    Sy:

    Hip:(N)DEF:the projecting part of each side of the body formed by theside of the pelvis and the upper part of the femur and theflesh covering them.
    Sentence:I use hip boots pants.

    Preaching:(N)DEF:the act or practice of a person who preaches.
    Sentence:
    Sy: pronounce, expound.

    Assured:(Adj)DEF: guaranteed; sure; certain; secure:
    Sentence: an assured income.
    Colossal:(Adj) DEF:Extraordinarily great in size, extent, or degree; gigantic;
    Sentence:This is a colossal animal

    Embody:(verb) DEF: To give a concrete form to; express, personify, or exemplifyin concrete form
    Sentence:to embody an idea in an allegorical painting.
    Sy: Imbody

    Inherited:(V) DEF:to take or receive (property, a right, a title, etc.) bysuccession or will, as an heir:
    Sentence: To inherit the family business.

    Recet:(Adj) DEF:Of late occurrence, appearance, or origin; lately happening,done, made, etc Sentence: Recent events; a recent trip.
    Sy:  fresh, new

    Birthplace: (N) DEF: Place  of birth  or origin.
    Senteence: Bianca birthplace is Colombia

    Conscience:(N) DEF:the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one’s conduct ormotives, impelling one toward right action
    Sentence: To follow thedictates of conscience.

    Embrace: (V) DEF: To take or clasp in the arms; press to the bosom; hug.
    Sy:adopt, espouse, welcome.

    Largely:(Adv) DEF: To a great extent; in great part; generally; chiefly:
    Sentence:The plandepends largely on his willingness to cooperate. That is largelyincorrect.

    Reconstruction: (N) DEF:an act of reconstructing.

    Bitter:(Adj) DEF: having a harsh, disagreeably acrid taste, like that of aspirin,quinine, wormwood, or aloes.
    Sy:acrid, biting, distasteful.

    Crully:(Adj) DEF: willfully or knowingly causing pain or distress to others.
    Sy: Cruel, pitiless,ruthless, brutal, savage

    Ephemeral: (Adj) DEF: Lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory: theephemeral joys of childhood.
    Sy:Fleeting,evanescent

    Maiden: (N) DEF: A girl or young unmarried woman; maid.
    Sentence: My made is very organized

    Rotted:(V) DEF: To undergo decomposition; decay/used to express disagreement, distaste, or disgust.
    Sy:Mold, Molder
    Brutality:(N) DEF: The quality of being brutal.
    Sentence: Jackas program is a brutality
    Sy:cruelty; savagery.

    Disinherit:(V) DEF: Law . to exclude from inheritance (an heir or a next of kin).

    Handcuffed:(N) DEF:A ring-shaped metal device that can be locked around aperson’s wrist, usually one of a pair connected by a shortchain or linked bar; shackle:
    Sentence:The police put handcuffs on thesuspect.

    Sensibility:(N) DEF:Capacity for sensation or feeling; responsiveness orsusceptibility to sensory stimuli.
    Sentence: Gils feel sensibility when others cry
    Sy: Sensitiveness

    Memories :(N) DEF : faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information
    Sentence: I have many memories with my friends of primary.
    Sy; Recollection , recall , retention .

  5. Vocabulary of a tribute to Martin Luther King:
    Abandonment: desert or leave permanently. (Verb) Sometimes in the streets I see abandonment kids, asking for money. Synonyms: forsaking, desertion.
    Buried: put or hide underground. (Verb) Often I buried my money to be sure that I would have much money. Synonyms: hide, conceal.
    Dispossession: deprive of land or property. (Verb) Some people because they don’t pay at time they are disposed of their land. Synonyms: eviction, legal ouster.
    Heritage: property that is or may be inherited; an inheritance. (Noun) Laura has a great heritage because his father is the owner of Mc Donald. Synonyms: inheritance, heredity.
    Owned: belonging or relating to the person specified. (Adjective) I owned a fabric of clothes. Synonyms: have, possess.
    Ancestral: a person, typically one more remote than a grandparent, from whom one is descended. (Noun) Everyone has ancestors in their life. Synonyms: hereditary, patrimonial.
    Cemetery: a large burial ground. (Noun) I like to visit my grandfather on the cemetery and put him some flowers. Synonyms: burial site, graveyard.
    Dozens: a group or set of twelve. (Noun) In my house we are dozens of girls.
    Synonyms: twelve, tons.
    Hips: A projection of the pelvis and upper thigh bone on each side of the body. (Noun) I like to move my hips from left and right. Synonym: hipbone.
    Preaching: Deliver a religious address to
    assembled group of people. Publicly proclaim (a religious message). (Verb) Preaching to God is a good way to begin the day. Synonyms: teaching, sermonizing.
    Assuredly: protected against discontinuance or change. (Adverb) I am assuredly that all days in my school I learn some new. Synonyms: sure, definite.
    Colossal: Extremely large. (Adjective) Sometimes I make colossal mistakes. Synonyms: huge, extraordinary.
    Embody: Have a tangible or visible form to (an idea or quality) (Verb) Maria embody the charge of Amanda in the play. Synonyms: symbolize, incarnate.
    Inherited: to take or receive (property, a right, a title, etc.) by succession or will, as an heir. (Verb) I will inherit my moms and dads properties. Synonyms: get, acquire.
    Recently: Making happened or been done lately; belonging to a period of time not long ago. (Adverb) I have been recently in New York. Synonyms: soon, not lately.
    Birthplace: Place of birth or origin. (Noun) Laura’s birthplace is Bogota. Synonyms: place of birth, place of origin.
    Conscience: the inner sense of what is right or wrong in one’s conduct or motives, impelling one toward right action. (Noun) Always my conscience says me what is wrong and what is good. Synonyms: scruples, moral sense.
    Embrace: To take or clasp in the arms; press to the bosom; hug. (Verb) I like to embrace my friends and show them how much I love them. Synonyms: adopt, welcome.
    Largely: To a great extent; in great part; (Adverb) my mom’s closet is largely she has many clothes. Synonyms: huge, big.
    Reconstruction: an act of reconstructing. (Noun) I had to reconstruct my house many times. Synonyms: remake, rework.
    Bitter: having a harsh, disagreeably acrid taste, like that of aspirin, quinine, wormwood, or aloes. (Adjective) beer is bitter. Synonyms: acid, change test.
    Cruelly: willfully or knowingly causing pain or distress to others. (Adjective) Sometimes my father is very cruelly. Synonyms: bad, violent.
    Ephemeral: Lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory (Adjective) A rose is ephemeral. Synonyms: fleeting, evanescent.
    Maiden: A girl or young unmarried woman. (Noun) I am maiden because I am too young. Synonyms: first, initiatory.
    Rotted: To undergo decomposition; decay/used to express disagreement, distaste, or disgust. (Verb) Last year I went to a restaurant and the meat was rotted I was really disgusted. Synonyms: mold.
    Brutality: The quality of being brutal. (Noun) Some TV programs are brutal. Synonyms: Violent, cruelty.
    Disinherited: Law. To exclude from inheritance (an heir or a next of kin). (Verb)
    Handcuffed: A ring-shaped metal device that can be locked around a person’s wrist, usually one of a pair connected by a short chain or linked bar. (Noun) The police put handcuffs on the suspect.
    Memories: faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information. (Noun) I have many memories with my friends of primary. Synonym: recall.
    Sensibility: Capacity for sensation or feeling; responsiveness or susceptibility to sensory stimuli. (Noun) I feel sensibility when I get a bad grade.

  6. WTO:
    ABANDONMENT: P.O.S: noun DEF: being abandoned or abandon something or someone. MS: children who suffer from abandonment usually have some kind of psychological trauma. SYN: neglect.
    ANCESTRAL: P.O.S: adj DEF: belonging to a person related to you who lived a long time ago. MS: I have ancestral relics they belonged to my great-grand-mother. SYN:ancient
    ASSUREDLY: P.O.S: adv DEF: confidently. MS: Sara answered the exam assuredly and she got an A plus. SYN: certainly.
    BIRTHPLACE: P.O.S: noun DEF: the house, town, etc. where a person was born MS: Alice Walker’s birthplace was Georgia. SYN: place of birth.
    BITTER: P.O.S: adj DEF:describes a person who is angry and unhappy because they cannot forget bad things which happened in the past, describes an experience that causes deep pain or anger. MS: her childhood was bitter, she was an orphan. SYN: angry
    BRUTALITY: P.O.S: noun DEF: behavior that is very cruel or violent showing no feelings for others, or an act of this type MS: many jews suffered the brutality of the nazis. SYN: abuses.
    BURIED: P.O.S: verb DEF: to put a dead body into the ground, or to put something into a hole in the ground and cover it. MS: it was a though year for her , she buried both of her parents. SYN: lying (underground)
    CEMETERY: P.O.S: noun DEF: an area of ground in which dead bodies are buried, especially one which is not next to a church MS: there is a cemetery bear our house. SYN:graveyard.
    COLOSSAL: P.O.S:adj DEF:extremely large. MS: I made a colossal mistake when I blame Jenny about the murder. SYN: mammoth.
    CONSCIENCE: P.O.S: noun DEF: the part of you that judges how moral your own actions are and makes you feel guilty about bad things that you have done or things you feel responsible for. MS: when you feel remorse it id your conscience remembering that you did something wrong. SYN: awareness.
    CRUELLY: P.O.S: adv DEF: to do something in an extremely unkind and unpleasant and causing pain to people or animals intentionally way. MS: kids who are bullied are treated cruelly. SYN: extremely unkind.
    DiSINHERITED: P.O.S: verb DEF: person or group of people who have been prevented from having what is naturally or legally theirs MS: African Americans where the disinherited. SYN: disowned.

  7. Abandonment: (v) to leave completely and finally.
    The abandonment was very hard for her. syn: renounce
    Ancestral: (adj) pertaining to ancestors.
    Her ancestrals were form China and Italy. syn: patrimonial
    Buried: (v) to put in the ground and cover with earth
    The pirates buried the treasures in the ocean. syn: hide
    Heritage: (n) something that comes or belongs to one by reason of birth
    He got a national heritage of honor. syn: estate
    Embody: (v) to give a concrete form to
    To embody an idea in a painting. syn: personify
    Brutality: (n)the quality of being brutal
    What she made was a brutality. syn: savagery
    Sensibility: (n) capacity for sensation or feeling
    She has many sensibility, she is very cute. syn: sencivity
    Cruelly: (adj) willfully or knowingly causing pain or distress to others.
    It was a cruel remark. syn: merciless
    Birthplace: (n) place of birth or origin.
    My birthplace is Barranquilla. syn: place of origin
    Embrace: (v) to take or clasp in the arms; press to the bosom
    I embrace an idea. syn: welcome
    Colossal: (adj) extraordinarily great in size
    That architecture was very colossal. syn: huge
    Recently: (adj) not long in past.
    That worksheet was very recently made. syn: new
    Memories: (n) the mental capacity or faculty of retaining and reviving facts, events, impressions, etc.
    She had some memories that were dificult to forget. syn: recollection
    Reset: (v) to set again
    I reset my computer and now it was perfect. syn: to set again
    Owned: (adj) of, pertaining to, or belonging to oneself or itself
    She owned my pencilcase. syn: have

  8. Vocabulary power:
    Abandonment: (n) to leave a place, thing or person forever.
    Buried: (v) to put a dead body into the ground, or to put something into a hole in the ground and cover it.
    Dispossession: (v) to take property, especially buildings or land, away from someone or a group of people.
    Heritage: (n) features belonging to the culture of a particular society, such as traditions, languages or buildings, which still exist from the past and which have a historical importance.
    Owned: (suffix) belonging to or controlled by.
    Ancesral: (adj) a person related to you who lived a long time ago.
    Cemetery: (n) an area of ground in which dead bodies are buried, especially one which is not next to a church.
    Dozens:(n) a group of twelve things.
    Hips: (n) the area below the waist and above the legs at either side of the body, or the joint which connects the leg to the upper part of the body.
    Preaching: (v) (especially of a priest in a church) to give a religious speech.
    Assuredly: (adv) confidently.
    Colossal: (adj) extremely large.
    Embody: (v) to represent a quality or an idea exactly.
    Inherited: (v) to represent a quality or an idea exactly.
    Recently: (adv) not long ago, or at a time that started not long ago.
    Birthplace: (n) the house, town, etc. where a person was born.
    Conscience: (n) the part of you that judges how moral your own actions are and makes you feel guilty about bad things that you have done or things you feel responsible for.
    Embrace: (v) to accept something enthusiastically.
    Largely: (adv) almost completely.
    Reconstruction: (n) the process of building or creating something again that has been damaged or destroyed.
    Bitter: (adj) describes a person who is angry and unhappy because they cannot forget bad things which happened in the past.
    Cruelly: (adv) extremely unkind and unpleasant and causing pain to people or animals intentionally.
    Ephemeral: (adj) lasting for only a short time.
    Maiden: (n) a girl or young woman.
    Rotted: (v) to (cause to) decay.
    Brutality: (n) behaviour that is very cruel or violent showing no feelings for others, or an act of this type.
    Disinherited: (v) to prevent someone, especially a son or daughter who has made you angry, from receiving any of your property after your death.
    Handcuffed: (v) to put handcuffs (two metal rings joined by a short chain which lock around a prisoner’s wrists) on someone.
    Memories: (n) the ability to remember information, experiences and people.
    Sensibility: (n) an understanding of or ability to decide about what is good or valuable, especially in connection with artistic or social activities.

  9. CAPTURE: P.O.S: verb. DEF: to take someone as a prisoner, or to take something into your possession, especially by force
    HOST: P.O.S: noun DEF: someone who has guests.
    OFT: P.O.S: adverb DEF: often, usually.
    SEE: P.O.S: verb DEF: o be conscious of what is around you by using your eyes.
    SPIRITUAL: P.O.S: adjective DEF: relating to deep feelings and beliefs, especially religious beliefs
    TOUCH: P.O.S: verb DEF: to put your hand or another part of your body lightly onto and off something or someone
    CORDIALITY: P.O.S: noun DEF: behaviour that is friendly, but formal and polite
    INDIRECT: P.O.S: adjective DEF: happening in addition to an intended result, often in a way that is complicated or not obvious
    PENSIVE: P.O.S: adjective DEF: thinking in a quiet way, often with a serious expression on your face
    SENSES: P.O.S: noun DEF: an ability to understand, recognize, value or react to something, especially any of the five physical abilities to see, hear, smell, taste and feel
    SPRIGHTLY: P.O.S: adjective DEF: (especially of old people) energetic and in good health
    TWINED: P.O.S: verb DEF: If a town in one country is twinned with a town in another country, the two towns have a special relationship.
    DISCOVERY: P.O.S: noun DEF: the process of finding information, a place or an object, especially for the first time, or the thing which is found
    LUSCIOUS: P.O.S: sdjective DEF: having a pleasant sweet taste or containing a lot of juice
    PROFOUND: P.O.S: adjective DEF: felt or experienced very strongly or in an extreme way
    SMELL: P.O.S: verb DEF: to have a particular quality that others can notice with their noses
    SUBTLE: P.O.S: adjective DEF: not loud, bright, noticeable or obvious in any way
    UNACCOUNTABLE: P.O.S: adjective DEF: to not be expected to explain or provide a reason to a particular person or organization for your actions
    ENLIGHTENMENT: P.O.S: noun DEF: the state of understanding something
    MONK: P.O.S: noun DEF: a member of a group of religious men who do not marry and usually live together in a monastery
    REVEAL: P.O.S: verb DEF: to make known or show something that is surprising or that was previously secret
    SNAPSHOT: P.O.S: noun DEF: a photograph
    SUGGESTIVE: P.O.S: adjective DEF: often used to describe something that makes people think about sex
    UNMYSERIOUS: P.O.S: adjective DEF: not strange, known or understood, not mysterious.
    HEAR: P.O.S: verb DEF: to receive or become conscious of a sound using your ears
    MYSTICAL: P.O.S: noun DEF: someone who attempts to be united with God through prayer
    SEASONAL: P.O.S: adjective DEF: relating to or happening during a particular period in the year
    SPECK: P.O.S: noun DEF: a very small mark, piece or amount
    TASTE: P.O.S: noun DEF: the flavour of something, or the ability of a person or animal to recognize different flavours
    VALES: P.O.S: noun DEF: used in the name of some valleys

  10. Capture: (v)to take prisoner or gain control over.
    Reveal: (v)to make known; disclose; divulge: to reveal a secret.
    Seasonal: (adj) pertaining to, dependent on, or accompanying the seasons of the year or some particular season.
    Host: (n) a person who receives or entertains guests at home or elsewhere.
    Oft: (adv) often
    See: (v) to perceive with the eyes
    Spiritual: (adj) of, pertaining to, or consisting of spirit
    Touch: (v)to put the hand, finger, etc., on or into contact with (something)
    Cordiality: (v) cordial quality or feeling.
    Indirect: (adj) not in a direct course or path; deviating from a straight line
    Pensive: (adj) dreamily or wistfully thoughtful
    Senses: (n) any of the faculties, as sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch, by which humans and animals perceive stimuli originating from outside or inside the body.
    Sprightly: (adj) animated, vivacious, or gay; lively.
    Twined: (n) a strong thread or string composed of two or more strands twisted together.
    Discovery: (n) the act or an instance of discovering.
    Luscious: (adj) highly pleasing to the taste or smell
    Profound: (adj) penetrating or entering deeply into subjects of thought or knowledge; having deep insight or understanding
    Smell: (v) to perceive the odor or scent of through the nose by means of the olfactory nerves; inhale the odor of
    Subtle: (adj) thin, tenuous, or rarefied, as a fluid or an odor.
    Unaccountable: (adj) impossible to account for; unexplained
    Enlightenment: (n) the act of enlightening.
    Monk: (n) a man who has withdrawn from the world for religious reasons, especially as a member of an order of cenobites living according to a particular rule and under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.
    Snapshot: (n) an informal photograph, especially one taken quickly by a hand-held camera.
    Suggestive: (adj) that suggests; referring to other thoughts, persons
    Unmysterious: (adj) full of, characterized by, or involving mystery
    Hear: (v) to perceive by the ear
    Mystical: (adj) mystic; occult.
    Speck: (n) a small spot differing in color or substance from that of the surface or material upon which it appears or lies
    Taste: (v) to try or test the flavor or quality of (something) by taking some into the mouth: to taste food.
    Vales: (n) a valley.

  11. Among: (v) in, into, or through the midst of; in association or connection with; surrounded by.
    Brawler: (n) a noisy quarrel, squabble, or fight
    Dabbing: (v) to pat or tap gently, as with something soft or moist
    Illiterate: (adj)unable to read and write
    Misery: (n) wretchedness of condition or circumstances.
    Starker: (adj) sheer, utter, downright, or complete
    Appraisal: (n) the act of estimating or judging the nature or value of something or someone.
    Caricature: (n) a picture, description, etc., ludicrously exaggerating the peculiarities or defects of persons or things
    Defray: (v) pay all or part of (the costs, expenses, etc.)
    Immigrants: (n) a person who migrates to another country, usually for permanent residence.
    Poorhouse: (n) an institution in which paupers were maintained at public expense.
    Tubercular: (adj) pertaining to tuberculosis
    Asperity: (n) harshness or sharpness of tone, temper, or manner; severity; acrimony
    Compatriots: (n) a native or inhabitant of one’s own country; fellow countryman or countrywoman.
    Desolate: (adj) barren or laid waste; devastated
    Impudence: (n) the quality or state of being impudent
    Resurrection: (n) the act of rising from the dead.
    Unskilled: (adj) of or pertaining to workers who lack technical training or skill.
    Beatings: (n) the act of a person or thing that beats, as to punish, clean, mix, etc.
    Contracted: (adj) drawn together; reduced in compass or size; made smaller; shrunken.
    Destitution: (n) lack of the means of subsistence; utter poverty.
    Inarticulate: (adj) lacking the ability to express oneself, especially in clear and effective speech
    Robust: (adj) strong and healthy; hardy; vigorous
    Vivacious: (adj) lively; animated; gay
    Benign: (adj) having a kindly disposition; gracious
    Crutches: (n) a staff or support to assist a lame or infirm person in walking, now usually with a crosspiece at one end to fit under the armpit.
    Geranium: (n) any of numerous plants of the genus Geranium, which comprises the crane’s-bills.
    Indolent: (adj) having or showing a disposition to avoid exertion
    Shiftless: (adj) lacking in resourcefulness; inefficient; lazy.
    Voluminous: (adj) forming, filling, or writing a large volume or many volumes

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