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Abruptly, Accentnate, Albinism, Amateur, Anthrax, Awesome, Banging, Beech, Beech, Beer, Bristle, Bulging, Cavity, Cellar, Cheese, Chink, Clog, Damp, Dozing, Dud, Dud, Elated, Embonpoint, Eventually, Excruciating, Fanatical, Flee, Flung, Fodder, Freak, Fumbling, Furtive, Fuss, Gazette, Goggles, HandCuffs, Hay, HearthRug, Heck, Hilarious, HoaxHocus, HoaxHocus, Hubbub, Intercept, Intrigued, Itenerant, Knock, Limb, Liquorish, Meadow, Menace, Mess, Messed Up, Mow, Muffle, Nuisance, Obsess, Outcast, Outskirts, Outskirts, Panting, Patronise, Peek, Piebald, Plead, Plead, Plump, Poker, Ponder, Pretty, Protrude, Pry, Ream, Rip, Rug, Sarsaparilla, Savagely, Scullery, Shabbily, Shabby, Sheer, Sheer, Sidekick, Sidekick, Slammed, Slouch, SlouchHat, Smiting, Snag, Snapped, Sniff, Sovereigns, Sprang, Steep, Stout, Stout, Stray, Strew, Stringent, Stuff, Swearing, Tangible, Tramp, Transcending, Transit, Tripped, Trips, Tweak, Twine, Unveiling, Vanishing, Weird, Whacked, Whoa, Withdrew, Yell

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1.Stumble/ mis-step.
5.A person who is obsessed with a particular activity or interest or A person, animal or plant with a physical abnormality.
6.An alcoholic drink made from yeast- fermented malt (sprouted grain like barley) flavoured with hops (a plant with flowers).
7.A short light sleep.
9.Expressing surprise, frustration/ used for emphasis.
10.Collide forcefully with/ make someone unconscious (Knock Someone Out).
11.Dressed in old & torn clothes, mean and unfair or Ragged.
15.The outer parts of a town or city.
16.An act of passing through or across a place.
19.The series of complications with the imaginary characters. Or A complicated plot or scheme intended to effect some purpose by conspiracy.
21.A thing that fails to work properly/ an ineffectual person.
22.A minor annoyance or inconvenience.
25.Proud, in high spirits/ make ecstatically happy.
26.Rising or falling sharply, almost perpendicular.
27.Strong thread or string/ wind around something/ strong thread or string consisting of strands of hemp or cotton twisted together.
29.Enquire too intrusively into a person’s private affairs.
31.Cut down.
33.Move suddenly or rapidly upwards/ forwards.
34.A large tree with smooth grey bark, glossy leaves, and hard, pale, fine-grained wood.
38.A display of unnecessary or excessive excitement/ protest/ complaint.
40.Non- professional.
41.Consider carefully
48.Shut forcefully and loudly.
49.Run away from danger.
50.A rounded swelling distorting a flat surface.
55.Make an emotional appeal.
57.To become invisible.
62.Extend beyond or above a surface.
64.Characterized by guilty or evasive secrecy.
67.Informal/ Excellent.
68.Torment physically or mentally.
72.Having an extreme, irrational zeal or enthusiasm for a specific cause.
73.A newspaper.
75.Used as a command to a horse to stop or slow down.
78.Sudden loud, sharp noise.
79.Plumpness or fleshiness esp. W.r.t. A woman’s bosom.
85.To pass beyond the limits of something.
86.The outer parts of a town or city.
89.A strong space or room below ground level in a house/ a stock of wine.
90.Torn/ worn/ ragged.
91.Obstruct & prevent from continuing to a destination.
96.Rather fat or heavily built.
97.A person’s assistant or a junior associate.
98.An arm/ leg / wing.
99.To make oneself a regular customer of a business.
100.Very funny
101.500 (formerly 480) sheets of paper.
102.Constantly worrying about something.
103.An unexpected or hidden obstacle or drawback.
104.A hat with a wide flexible brim.
1.Twist or pull with a small sharp movement.
2.A high- pitched ringing sound as of glasses/ coins striking together.
3.Close- fitting protective glasses with side shields.
4.A large tree with smooth grey bark, glossy leaves, and hard, pale, fine-grained wood.
8.A grass that has been mown and dried for use as fodder.
11.Break with a sharp cracking sound.
12.Fond of alcoholic drink.
14.Completely exhausted/ under the influence of drugs.
15.A person rejected by their society.
17.Attractive in a delicate way without being truly beautiful.
18.Rather fat or heavily built.
21.A thing that fails to work properly/ an ineffectual person.
23.Bend one side of the brim of a hat downwards.
24.Draw air audibly, through the nose.
28.A metal rod with a handle, used for prodding and stirring an open fire.
30.An empty space within a solid object.
31.A place for taking meals.
35.To strike down/ kill.
36.To use the hands nervously/ clumsily while doing or handling something.
37.Wrap or cover to reduce its loudness.
38.Throw or move forcefully.
39.A threat or danger.
41.Make an emotional appeal.
42.Having irregular patches of two colours, typically black and white
43.A short, stiff (inflexible, rigid, hard to bend) hair on an animal’s skin or on a man’s face.
45.Confused, Problematic (2 Words)
46.Food for cattle & other livestock.
47.A rug placed in front of a fireplace, on the hearth (oven).
51.To show/ remove a veil or uncovering.
52.A humorous or malicious deception.
54.A supreme ruler, especially a monarch. A former British gold coin.
55.Full and rounded in shape, rather fat person.
56.Admitting/ oath
60.Look quickly or furtively.
61.A partial covering for a floor or a blanket.
63.A preparation of the dried rhizomes of various plants esp. Smilax, used to flavor some drinks & medicines and formerly as a tonic.
66.Make more noticeable or prominent.
67.A serious bacterial disease of sheep and cattle, typically affecting the skin and lungs and able to be transmitted to humans.
69.Quick breaths/ wish for/ to do something.
70.Lack of melanin pigmentation in the skin, eyes and hair or feathers (or more rarely only in the eyes) since birth (congenital,the condition of being Albino.
71.An itinerant homeless person who lives by begging or doing casual work.
74.A small kitchen or room at the back of a house used for washing dishes and other dirty household work.
76.A humorous or malicious deception.
77.A person’s assistant or a junior associate.
80.Manacles or Shackles-A fastening consisting of two metal rings, designed to go around a person’s wrists, and connected by a chain or hinge.(Hathkadi)
82.A chaotic noise caused by a crowd/ a busy or noisy situation.
83.Travelling from place to place.
84.Being in state between dry and wet, moist
87.A dairy product made from curdled or cultured milk. (paneer)
88.An area of grassland, esp. One used for hay./ a piece of low ground near a river.
92.To convey by shouting or Loud/ sharp cry especially of pain, surprise or delight.
93.Strange/ Supernatural.
94.Scatter untidily over a surface/ area.
95.Tear or pull forcibly away from something or someone.
96.Any domestic animal who wanders at large, or is lost.

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