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weep/cry bawl
loss of reputation disgrace
something said in a low voice muttered
no caution reckless
difficult to understand unfathemable
not able to willing to believe something incredulous
playful/mischievous roguishly
flighty, thoughtless, or disorganized scatterbrained
frown in an angry or bad-tempered way scowled
to draw back or tense the body, as from pain or from a blow winced
Distant physically or emotionally aloofness
getting what is wanted in a clever and often deceptive way cunning
brave, spirited, noble-minded gallantly
Stubborn or always up to something, often in trouble ornery
tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion quivering
fearful apprehenive
no respect contemptuously
to go against defince
institution where young defenders go reformetory
continuous,never-stopping manner unceasingly
to escape;throw off eluded
feeling weak or dizzy groggy
earnestly asking for something imploringly
angry or annoyed indignant
feeling no willingness or enthusiasm to do something reluctantly
a state of confusionor puzzlement bewilderment
beaten oroverwhelmed defeated
a state of uncontrollable laughter hysterics
to look at or considersomething in a broad way surveyed
to make something twisted;to trap someone in anawkward or dangerous situation tangle
to turn from one courseor use another divert
stubbornly determined doggedly
a stopping or pausingbecause of forgetfulness,uncertainty, or indecision hesitation
lacking sensation becauseof cold or of an emotion numbly
looking like somethingor someone resemblance
feeling or showing a great liking for something or someone affectionately
intense physical ormental pain, torture agony
struck with overwhelming shock or amazement aghast
lack of oxygen;to smother stifled
higher, upper,more important superiority
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