Vocabulary Answers 1-50

 

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[1] B. reign

[2] A. racking

[3] B. rowed

[4] A. raised

[5] B. wretched

[6] A. rolling

[7] B. quotation

[8] A. rapper

[9] A. Jacob Massawe

[10] B. razed

[11] B. rift

[12] A. wry

[13] A. wracked

[14] A. weary

[15] B. warned

[16] B. wary

[17] B. worn

[18] A. warrant

[19] B. horn

[20] B. warrantee

[21] A. vain

[19] B. horn

[20] B. warrantee

[21] A. vain

[22] B. vile

[23] A. vices

[24] B. yokes

[25] A. yolk

[26] B. tenets

[27] A. kind

[28] B. tenants

[29] A. kinds

[30] A. prophecy

[31] B. torturous

[32] B. torte

[33] A. tortuous

[34] B. troop

[35] A. turgid

[36] A. trouper

[37] A. turbid

[38] B. supposed

[39] A. sundaes

[40] A. staked

[41] B. strait

[42] A. lure

[43] B. straight

[44] B. step

[45] A. steel

[46] B. steppe

[47] B. steal

[48] B. stationary

[49] B. steak

[50] B. stationery

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