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Theory:

Meaning of difficult words:
  
S. No.
Words
Meaning
1.
MistressRefers to a female master
2.
SausageRefers to a tube-like minced meat
3.
RheumyWatery, especially of the eyes
4.
Bloodshot eyesEyes with red lines
5.
MalnutritionBad health caused by little or no proper food
6.
LollTo hang loosely
7.
HastenQuick to do something
8.
Cut downTo reduce the quantity size etc. of something
9.
RelentTo become less severe or harsh about something
10.
TackleTo be able to deal with a situation or a problem
11.
HardenTo get used to unfavourable conditions
12.
Ring-throwA game in which a ring is tossed and picked
13.
PantingTo breathe quickly
14.
WrungTo press something
15.
DroopingHanging or bending down heavily
16.
RegimeRefers to a regulated method or system of diet, exercise, etc.
17.
DeterminedFirm decision to do something
18.
TotterTo move in a unsteady way
19.
Wardrobe A large cupboard for placing clothes
20.
SwoonTo lose consciousness
21.
FortnightTwo weeks
22.
BlanketA bed covering
23.
RouseTo wake up someone
24.
DespairingRefers to a hopeless feeling
25.
GlanceTo have a quick look at something
26.
PatheticCausing a feel of sadness
27.
GaspingRefers to a difficult breath
28.
WagTo shake in all directions
29.
LadRefers to a boy or a young man
30.
SurgeryA doctor's office where you go to be examined
31.
MotionlessWithout any movement
32.
SniffTo smell someone or something
33.
WhimperTo cry or make low sounds
34.
YardA piece of land around a building or buildings, especially a garden
35.
InspectTo check something in great detail
36.
Moved offStarting to move away from a place
37.
HeadlongWithout any pause or delay
38.
LiableLikely to do something
39.
TrampTo travel or wander on foot
40.
SquashTo crash something
41.
RapidQuick or fast
42.
ShaggyThick and untidy
43.
CrewA group of people who work together
44.
Reverently With deep respect or honour
45.
ScrimmageStruggle or fight
46.
Convalescing A gradual recovery after illness
47.
BulletinA short news report
48.
AnxiousBeing worried and afraid
49.
DodgeTo avoid doing something
50.
Reverently With deep respect or honour
51.
InhaleTo breathe in
52.
ContentSatisfied with what one has
53.
SustainTo continue something
54.
LuxuriousExpensive or rich
55.
GleamingBright and Shiny
56.
Chauffeur A person who drives car for someone
57.
InteriorInner side
58.
ClaspTo hold someone/something tightly
59.
Tremble To shake without having control of it, especially out of pain, cold, or nervousness
60.
Hurtling To move with a great speed
61.
FlapTo move from side to side
62.
BrushTo touch somebody/something
63.
LeapTo make a large jump
64.
DefendTo protect someone or something
65.
LitheThin and graceful