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helb back by ___ winds the plane arrived two h ours late
adverse?

For a long time I thought he was a good and sincere person but I finally saw that he was no more than a(n) constrain

You and Lucy will never settle your quarrel unless you _____ each other directly and listen to what the other person has to say
manipulate

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    Word bank: adverse arid assailant billow confront constrain contemporary depict disinterested encompass groundless hypocrite incomprehensible manipulate maximum mimic ruffle serene sheepish stamina

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    The first is right. The other two are wrong.

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    Is the 2nd one manipulate

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    No. Have you checked the definitions of hypocrite and mimic?

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    I already used mimic for Parrots and a few other kinds of birds can mimic sounds

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    Is the 2nd one hypocrite. If it is I have 4 more words left which are constrain manipulate ruffle stamina
    Which one goes best for the last one

    You and Lucy will never settle your quarrel unless _____ each other directly and listen to what the other person has to say

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    The best answer for this sentence is confront.

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    Which sentence? The one about Lucy?

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    Yes.

    You and Lucy will never settle your quarrel unless CONFRONT each other directly and listen to what the other person has to say.

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    But I already used confront for Although I may hurt your feelings my conscience confronts me to tell you exactly what is on my mind. And you told me it was correct. Unless I can find a word to replace confronts for the conscience one. But Im not sure

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    For the conscience statement if I use constrain would that make sense

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    Yes, constrains makes sense in the conscience statement.

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    THANKS ! :D So its constrains for conscience statement and confront for Lucy statement?

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    Yes.

    You're welcome.

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