AE10 Week 6 Vocabulary - Group 1

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Can you name the Week 6 Vocabulary words (Group 1) that fit these definitions?

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the act or instance of taking something away from or preventing possession or enjoyment of somethingDespite the ordeals and ______________s, his face continued to radiate his innocence (90).
expressing sorrow; mournful or melancholyNot a sound of distress, not a ___________cry, nothing but mass agony and silence (89).
to pass beyond the limits of; to surpassWe were the masters of nature, the masters of the world. We had ___________ everything - death, fatigue, our natural needs (87).
a distinctive style or form of clothingThe prisoners showed up in all kinds of strange __________; it looked like a masquerade (83).
profoundly moving; touchingWhen I awoke at daybreak, I saw Juliek facing me, hunched over, dead. Next to him lay his violin, trampled, an eerily __________ little corpse (95).
absence of emotion or interestSuddenly, the evidence overwhelmed me: there was no longer any reason to live, an reason to fight... I woke from my __________ only when two men approached my father (99).
working in a subtle or apparently innocuous way but nevertheless deadlyAnd action is the only remedy to indifference, the most ____________ danger of all (120).
a fixed portion, especially an amount of food allotted to persons in military service or to civilians in times of scarcityWe had received our black coffee, our __________ of bread (73).
exhibiting or marked by wisdom and calm judgment'Man is too insignificant, too limited, to even try to understand God's mysterious ways. But what can someone like myself do? I'm neither a _________ nor a just man. I'm a simple creature...' (76).
a robot; one who acts in a routine or mechanical wayWe were no longer marching, we were running. Like _____________s (85).

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