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Section 1

Question Answer
EXQUISITE beauty adjective: extremely beautiful and, typically, delicate
FENCEnoun: a guard, a person who deals in stolen goods
FLEE the country verb: run away from a place or situation of danger
GHASTLY mistake adjective: frightful or macabre
GRIEVING family adjective: feel grief for or because of
IMPECCABLE drawingsadjective: faultless, perfect
serve BY INCARCERATIONnoun: imprisonment
IN DUE COURSEphrase: at the appropriate time
INVARIABLE result adjective: never changing
LAVISH condominium adjective: sumptuously rich, elaborate, or luxurious

Section 2

Question Answer
SUMPTUOUS adjective: splendid
LOATHE the press media criticism verb: feel intense dislike or disgust for
MAKE IT SNAPPY verb: be quick about it
MONKEY BUSINESS phrase: mischievous or deceitful behavior
BE ON THE CUSP OF a new era phrase: at the point in time that marks the beginning of something
private PARTIESnoun: a group of people taking part in a particular activity or trip
PECULIAR man adjective: strange or odd, unusual
PENDING claims adjective: awaiting decision or settlement
the change is barely PERCEPTIBLEadjective: able to be seen or noticed
PICTIRESQUE Mońkiadjective: visually attractive

Section 3

Question Answer
resonable PRECAUTIOUS adjective: cautious, careful; characterized by taking precautions
PREMONITION ABOUT testnoun: a strong feeling that something is about to happen
ACEsomething verb: zaliczyć bez trudu
hawks PREY PON small birds verb: hunt and kill for food
tricksters are PREYING ON elderly people verb: take advantage of, exploit
RESUME her career verb: begin to do after a pause or interruption
morally REPULSIVE adjective: distasting, disgusting
RESEMBLANCE my waynoun: the state of resembling or being alike
SEASONED travelling companions verb: accustomed to particular conditions; experienced
SOLIARY ex-politician adjective: existing alone

Section 4

Question Answer
SOOTHE aching muscles verb: gently calm
SPOTLESS room adjective: absolutely clean or pure, immaculate
sSURREPTITIOUSLY stealing my stuff adjective: in a way that attempts to avoid notice or attention, secretively
TAKE IT UPON MYSELF phrase: to accept responsibility for something without being asked to
SURPASS HP readersverb: exceed, be greater than
HAVE A TASTE OF phrase: to experience
an UNCANNY ability to grow personally adjective: beyond the ordinary or normal, extraordinary
UNSEEMLY adjective: (of behaviour or actions )not proper or appropriate
mine WHEREABOUTS noun: the locality of a person or thing
WING ITverb: speak or act without preparation, improvise
ULTIMATE challengeadjective: being the best or most extreme example of its kind

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