Ostracize: to get expelled from a community or a group, or to banish someone or ignore him. Torso: the body excluding the head, neck and limbs.
Rile: to cause annoyance, disturb by minor irritations.
Gory: the word is used to describe something that features a lot of bloodshed and violence. Pacifist: a person who opposes the use of war or violence to settle a dispute. Putrid: it can be the food rotting process, something with a bad odor, or something that is corrupt or evil. Incognito: it is to do something without getting recognized or without revealing someone’s identity. Icicle: ice resembling a pendant spear, formed by the freezing of dripping water. Rostrum: a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it. Recuperate: restore to good health or strength.
11. Qualm: uneasiness about the fitness of an action.
12. Gripe: it is both a noun and a verb, refers to a minor complaint. 13. Nonchalant: marked by blithe concern, if your friend is acting cool or in an indifferent matter. 14. Stance: a rationalized mental attitude, it is the way you stand. 15. Burlesque: a theatrical entertainment of broad and earthy humor; consists of cosmic skits and short turns. 16. Suave: is to be smooth, polite, a little bit cool with a splash of lime. 17. Chisel: an edge tool with a flat steel blade with a cutting edge. 18. Chafe: become or make sore by or as if by rubbing.
19. Foil: to hinder or prevent something such as a plan.
20. Fracture: breaking a hard tissue such as a bone.
21. Aggravate: make worse.
22. Monotonous: sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch. 23. Annex: to attach to, it is an extension or an addition to a building. 24. Foul: highly offensive or wrong.
25. Modest: marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself. 26. Undertake: when you enter upon an activity in an attempt to accomplish it. 27. Peculiar: unusual, different from...
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