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16.Isnt it foolish to think that just because of his (meteoric burly) physique he has no interest in art or music?
burly

17.We scorn all those who would deliberately bend the truth and (distort amble) history in order to suit the political needs of their day
distort

18/Since it is possible for nations to settle their disagreements in a reasonable way we refuse to believe that war is (inevitable dumbfounded)
inevitable

19.I know that you don't like the idea of working in a gas station but youll just have to (replenish grit) your teeth and do it
grit

20. Suddenly, the stillness of the early morning hours was ( rent rummaged) by a single shot
rent?

  • English -

    Yes. All are right.

  • English -

    I see the ? for rent.

    Definition of REND
    transitive verb
    1
    : to remove from place by violence : wrest
    2
    : to split or tear apart or in pieces by violence
    3
    : to tear (the hair or clothing) as a sign of anger, grief, or despair
    4
    a : to lacerate mentally or emotionally
    b : to pierce with sound
    c : to divide (as a nation) into contesting factions
    intransitive verb
    1
    : to perform an act of tearing or splitting
    2
    : to become torn or split

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