Theory:

New words and their meanings related to the lesson "Fair Play":
 
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Words
Meanings
1
Proceed Move ahead; to start something
2
Custom The widely accepted way of doing something
3
Dispute Disagreement; problem
4
Elect To choose someone to hold a public position
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PronounceTo say; to utter
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InterrogationThe act of questioning, especially in a legal or judicial system
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Typically In normal situations or circumstances
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OfferedVolunteered; to express readiness to do something
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IntegrityThe quality of having strong moral principles
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Wronged byBeing illtreated by someone or something
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UtteredTo say; to pronounce
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UpholdTo maintain and protect something
13
TurnOpportunity or chance
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ClashConflicts; dispute; problems
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Gave awayTo give something freely
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Ill-treatTo treat someone badly; to hurt someone physically or mentally
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Stingy
Not ready to spend or give something that is necessary or expected.
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NuisanceA person or thing causing inconvenience or annoyance
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TolerateTo allow the practice of something that one dislikes without interference
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BearTolerate; not to be confused with the animal "bear"
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UnsympatheticLacking sympathy or understanding
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MistreatTo treat someone badly; to hurt someone physically or mentally; to ill-treat someone
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Hesitant
Not ready to do something
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ReasonedThe act of looking at the logical and the reasonable side of an argument
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RuiningTo destroy
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RightCorrect or justifiable
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InterrogatedTo question someone in great detail, especially in a formal situation
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BetrayTo be disloyal; to break someone's trust or faith
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Turn sour
To become less pleasant; turn out badly
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Couldn't stand the sight of someone
To hate someone or something
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UnfortunateRegrettable or unlucky
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BroachedTo talk about or raise a difficult subject for discussion
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Refused
Not willing to do something
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FetchAchieve a particular price when sold
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AdamantRefusing to change one's mind; inflexible
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CunningBeing tricky; doing something with an evil or selfish motive
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Friction
Trouble between a relationship due to a disagreement; conflicts
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ConflictingOpposite; clashing; disagreeing
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A chance of a lifetimeA rare opportunity
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HumiliateMake someone feel ashamed and foolish by injuring their dignity and pride
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PerspectivePoint of view
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Coincidental
Accidental; happening by chance
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Prior Previous
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Gratitude The quality of being thankful; appreciation
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Arch-enemiesA person who is extremely opposed or hostile to someone or something
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Latter Last-mentioned
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TriumphsThe condition of being victorious