126-150 - A/B 126-150 WORDS euphoria dcor cleave obtuse...

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A/B 126-150 WORDS DEFINITIONS euphoria feeling of great happiness décor decorative style or scheme, as of a room cleave to split with a sharp instrument; to cling obtuse slow in understanding; dull; stupid zenith maximum; the highest point credulous tending to believe too easily obliterate to destroy so as to leave no trace excoriate to denounce sharply; to tear or wear the skin off conviction a strong belief or opinion intricate elaborately detailed punitive inflicting or intended to inflict punishment revere to honor skittish nervous; easily frightened strut to walk with a proud, arrogant bearing forlorn appearing sad because abandoned; in pitiful condition; almost without hope plummet to decline or descend sharply beneficent perfuming deeps of kindness or charity; producing a good result protean easily taking on different forms celerity speed in motion; swiftness nomad one who has no permanent home hirsute having excessive body hair placebo
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